What is Portfolio Cash?
Portfolio Cash is money you’ve allocated to your Stash Invest account that is not currently invested. The sum is a combination of:
- Transfers you’ve made from Stash Banking or your external bank account.
- Auto-Stash transfers to your cash balance.
- Dividends earned on your investments that were not reinvested.
- Funds from recently sold investments.
It does NOT include your Stash Banking available balance, or pending transfers. Remember: funds from recently sold investments will show in Portfolio Cash after the two day settling period is over.
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