What happens if my withdrawal gets rejected?
If your withdrawal request is rejected for any reason, we’ll hold onto the withdrawn cash in your Stash account for up to 5 business days.
During this time period, you can retry the withdrawal request. If it’s still unsuccessful, we’ll reinvest this money into your portfolio.
This type of account is a Discretionary Managed Account. This is an individual taxable brokerage account that Stash has full authority to manage according to a specific investment mandate.
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Q. Who made these Smart portfolios?
Smart portfolios investment decisions are made by experts*—the Smart Investment Team, who have experience executing successful trade strategies for customers. DISCLOSURES *This type of account is a Discretionary Managed Account. This is an individual taxable brokerage account that Stash has full authority to manage according to a specific investment mandate.…2
Q. When will my trades get executed in my Smart portfolio?
Once your money has completed the transfer and arrived in your account, we’ll execute your trades. Typically, this takes 1-2 business days. Please note that a business day is Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and US market holidays. DISCLOSURES This type of account is a Discretionary Managed Account.…2
Q. Once I deposit money into my Smart portfolios, do I need to do anything?
Nope! We’ll handle the rest—this is smart investing, after all. You might want to consider investing (depositing money) regularly, though. That way your investments can grow through the magic of compound interest. DISCLOSURES This type of account is a Discretionary Managed Account.…1
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