What am I investing in on Stash?
Some examples of general ETFs on Stash include:
- The Conservative, Moderate, or Aggressive Mix
- Blue Chips
- Match the Market
Some of Stash’s ETFs are grouped according to a theme. These include:
- Clean & Green
- Pacific Powerhouses
- Public Works
When you are exploring single stocks available on Stash, you’ll likely recognize most of the companies. Buying stock of companies you know and love can be a great way to diversify your portfolio.
Stash is choosing from thousands of ETFs and stocks to bring you a wide variety of options. We’re choosing what’s available using factors like low fees, managed risk, and historical performance.
How Stash Recommends Investment
We recommend investments especially for you based on your answers to the questions we ask when you’re setting up your account.
For each investment available on Stash, you can:
- See the primary companies included
- Read our investment profile
- Access the fund website for more detailed information
Explore all Stash’s ETFs and see which ones might be right for you.
Or check out single stocks of companies on Stash.
When investing, it’s important to research any potential investments to make sure they meet your needs.
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Q. I’m having trouble logging into my account, what do I do?
If you’re having trouble accessing your account, there’s a number of steps you can take. First, let’s start with some basic troubleshooting. Open your app and confirm that you’re on the login screen. Click on the Login button on the top right.…0
Q. How do I update or verify my email address?
It’s super simple to change the email address associated with your Stash account. Here‘s how to get started. In the app: Open Stash. From the Home screen, tap on the icon on the upper left hand corner. For iOS, it will be your initials or picture,…0
Q. How do I update or change my name?
If you need to change your first or last name, you’ll have to contact Support. Before you do, here’s a list of the documents you should have on hand in order to complete the name change process: Government-issued ID showing your new name Marriage certificate Divorce certificate Certified court order You won’t need all of these documents,…0
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