What does my Total Stash Value include?
One of the first things you’ll see when you open Stash is the Total Stash Value—it lets you know at a glance the value of all the money and investments you have with us. This can include:
- Bank: Your “available balance,” which is the total balance of funds in your Stash banking account, minus pending transfers and transactions.
- Invest: The sum of your personal and retirement investments (the stocks and ETFs you have with Stash), portfolio cash (the money in Stash Invest available to invest) and Stock-Back rewards (pieces of stock you earn by using your Stock-Back Card¹).
Keep in mind the Total Stash Value is dynamic—it can change over the course of the day, which is why the value is given as of the date and time you log into Stash. Reasons for the value to change include the movement of share prices that make up investments, as well as purchases and transfers/deposits.
If you have any questions about your Total Stash Value, or anything else, do not hesitate to contact Support.
¹All rewards earned through use of the Stash Visa Debit card (Stock-Back® Card) will be fulfilled by Stash Investments LLC. Rewards will go to your Stash personal investment account, which is not FDIC insured. Stash Stock-Back® Rewards is not sponsored or endorsed by Green Dot Bank, Green Dot Corporation, Visa U.S.A., or any of their respective affiliates.
Prices are subject to delay and may vary due to network availability, market volatility, and other factors. Cash includes other balances that may not be payable upon demand such as proceeds from unsettled trades and/or from deposits or withdrawals that have not cleared.
The cash value of your personal and retirement portfolios are Not FDIC Insured, Not Bank Guaranteed and May Lose Value.
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