What is a ‘fund name’?
We give each ETF (exchange traded fund) available to purchase a clear, Stash-specific name so that it’s easier to understand what you’re investing in. For example, the Do the Right Thing Fund, as it’s known on Stash, is really called the iShares MSCI USA ESG Select Fund. We think it’s a bit easier to swallow when the fund’s purpose is in the name.
Of course, the full fund name is always there so that you can look it up and do your research. For more information on purchasing ETFs or single stocks, check out this article.
If you’ve got a question about a specific ETF, please reach out to Support.
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