Q. Why is there a cap on how much of an investment I can buy?
In a word: diversification. By helping clients understand where they might be becoming overexposed in a single sector or industry, we help each person become a smarter investor. Stash’s suggestions are based on your unique investing profile. If an investment is a good fit for your profile and you’re thinking about adding it to your portfolio,…
Q. What’s the difference between buying single stocks and buying ETFs on Stash?
The process for buying single stocks is the same as buying ETFs. All single stocks are available to all users no matter what your risk profile is. We can’t tell you what stocks to pick, but we can recommend that you keep a few things in mind.…
Q. Do single stocks trade like ETFs on Stash?
Yes, you can buy and sell a stock on Stash just like all of the other ETFs that are available to you on the platform. Stash is designed as a long-term investing tool, and we do not recommend trying to use it as a platform for trading stocks throughout the day.…
Q. Buying Crypto on Stash
Click the links below to jump ahead to that section in this article. Introduction to Buying Crypto on Stash/What Coins we OfferHow to Buy Crypto on the Stash AppHow to Buy Crypto on the Stash WebsiteCrypto and Fees Introduction to Buying Crypto on Stash/What Coins we Offer If you have an active Personal Invest Portfolio1,…
Q. How is Buying Cryptocurrency Different from Trading Equities on Stash?
There are some key differences between cryptocurrencies, stocks, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Cryptocurrencies are like digital money, while stocks represent pieces of company ownership. ETFs are bundles of various stocks and other securities. Another distinction of cryptocurrency is the fact that it’s a highly volatile investment.…
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