Q. How many investments should I have in my portfolio?
The exact number of investments you purchase is entirely up to you. We like to encourage our clients to have a diverse, robust portfolio that reflects several different industries and technologies. This can help keep your portfolio balanced and avoid too much risk.…
Q. Why should I be investing in ETFs?
There are so many investing options out there, it can be confusing figuring out where to start. As a new investor, ETFs can be a great place to start your portfolio. With an ETF, you can invest in a variety of different companies or industries without needing to choose just one “winner”.…
Q. What is diversification?
Diversification means making multiple investments in different asset classes, industries, companies or regions. This can help a portfolio avoid being influenced by the same kind of risks. Diversification is the investing equivalent of the old adage, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”…
Q. How do I choose other investments to add?
We recommend buying a few more investments after buying the mix suggested for your risk level. Buying investments that align with your interests, goals, and beliefs can be a way to help you feel closer to your investments regardless of what the market is doing.…
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,…
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