What’s the difference between selling partially and selling all?
At Stash, we believe that you should have the freedom to handle your finances as you see fit. We have a range of options that allow you to manage your investments with pinpoint precision. One of these tools is the ability to sell your investments either partially or totally.
Selling partially means that you’re selling a portion of your shares while keeping some in your investment portfolio. This means that you can sell a specific dollar amount of the shares you own. While the dollar amount you can sell by remains the same, the number of shares may vary slightly because of our trading window policy.
Selling all means that you’re selling all value you own for a particular investment.
Please note that we sell shares of stocks/investments during our 4 trading windows per day, 2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon.¹
¹Availability of trading windows is dependent on market conditions and may be subject to limitations.
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