Why can’t I add more investments to my auto invest?
You may have reached the auto invest investments limit. Stash has a limit of 500 auto invest allocations for all Stashers to avoid an error that could put your auto invest at risk of not executing. To add new investments to auto invest, you’ll first need to reduce the number you currently have by following these steps.
In the app:
- Go to Recurring Transactions.
- Tap Auto Invest.
- Reduce your number of investments in auto invest to fewer than 500.
On Stash.com for your Personal Portfolio:
- Click Recurring Transactions on the top menu.
- Click Auto Invest.
- Reduce the number of investments in Set Schedule to fewer than 500.
On Stash.com for your Retirement Portfolio or Kids Portfolio:
- Click on Retirement Portfolio or Kids Portfolio on the Invest section of the home page.
- Click Automate investments.
- Reduce the number of investments in auto invest to fewer than 500 by changing the $ amount to $0.
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