How can I invest in a specific company on Stash?
You have the option of investing in a specific company by purchasing individual stocks in Stash. There is also the option of investing in a collection of companies by purchasing exchange-traded funds, otherwise known as ETFs. You can see a list of all the available stocks available for individual purchase in the app. From the Home screen, tap the Invest tile in the bottom navigation bar, then tap Invest again. From here, you’ll be able to browse all the individual stocks and ETFs that are available for purchase.
Once you’ve found the company you’re looking for, click here for instructions on how to purchase individual stocks.
If you can’t find an individual company’s stock that you’re interested in purchasing on Stash, you may find it as part of an ETF. If you purchase this ETF, not only will you own shares in the company you wanted to invest in, you’ll also own shares in all the other companies in that fund. This means you’ll be diversifying your portfolio, which can help lower your risk level. For more information on diversifying your portfolio, check this article out.
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