Spotify is a global provider of music-streaming services. Users browse millions of songs to discover new releases, listen to ready-made playlists by fans and experts, and build personalized music collections. Users can opt into Spotify Free, which includes only shuffle play, or Spotify Premium for ad-free listening (and more). This is a direct investment in Spotify stock.
On Stash, you can buy Spotify stock and invest in other companies you know for as little as $5
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