What am I investing in on Stash?
With Stash, the thousands of investment choices fall into just two buckets. One bucket is stocks, which are little pieces of ownership in a single company. The other is Exchange Traded Funds (ETF), which are baskets of investments traded on stock exchanges.
When you are exploring stocks available in Stash, you’ll likely recognize some companies—companies like Coca-Cola, Amazon, or Apple are all on the Stash platform. Buying stock of companies in diverse industries can be a great way to diversify your portfolio. Check out this link for stocks offered on Stash.
ETFs are organized into categories. Some are about investment performance—you can invest in an Aggressive Mix or just Match the Market. Other categories are themed—Clean & Green or Public Works are examples. Click here if you are interested in exploring Stash’s diverse set of ETFs.
This material is not intended as investment advice and is not meant to suggest that any securities are suitable investments for any particular investor. Before investing in any exchange-traded fund, consider your investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses. Investment advice is only provided to Stash customers. All investments are subject to risk and may lose value. All product and company names are trademarks™ or registered®trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them.
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