Red Hat runs a unique cloud-focused open-source business model. Essentially, the company gives its software away for free and earns revenue through enterprise maintenance and support subscriptions. It seems to work. As of 2018, Red Hat counted over 90% of Fortune 500 companies as customers. This is a direct investment in Red Hat stock.
On Stash, you can buy Red Hat stock and invest in other companies you know for as little as $5
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For just $1 a month, you'll get a personal investment account with unlimited trades, education, and fractional investing for as little as $5. (And balances $5k and over only cost 0.25% a year).
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