How will I know how to build the right retirement portfolio with Stash?
When you’re setting up your Stash Retire account you’ll be presented with two investment choices: Your recommended investment Mix (Conservative, Moderate or Aggressive) and Park My Cash. Your Mix is a diversified fund tailored to your risk level. Each Mix is a highly balanced mix of stocks, bonds and cash that can serve as the foundation for your portfolio over the long term. Park My Cash is a bond fund that generates monthly dividends with a focus on preserving your initial investment. Both of these were selected as the ideal bedrocks for formulating your Stash Retire portfolio.
After you’ve established this foundation investment, you can add other Stash ETFs to round out your Stash Retire account.
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