Can I purchase individual stocks on Stash?
Absolutely you can! We support trading of individual stocks and ETFs. You’ll find these your Invest tab, which is accessible via the navigation bar on the Home page.
What’s the difference between a single stock and an ETF?
Purchasing single stocks means you’re investing in shares of an individual company. An ETF is a type of fund, which is essentially a basket of investments and can contain thousands of shares in different companies.
Ready to dive deep into the differences between single stocks and ETF? Check out this article for more information.
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