Q. Can I purchase individual stocks on Stash?
Absolutely you can! We support trading of individual stocks and ETFs. You’ll find these your Invest tab, which is accessible via the navigation bar on the Home page. What’s the difference between a single stock and an ETF? Purchasing single stocks means you’re investing in shares of an individual company.…
Q. What Are Stash’s Trading Windows?
Stash uses four trading windows because our platform is not intended to be used for day trading, but rather for long-term investing. By investing small amounts in a diversified portfolio over a long period of time, you can minimize your risk and save for your future.…
Q. Can I Use Stash For Day Trading?
Stash is not a day trading platform—we believe investing is a habit, not a hobby. The majority of Americans aren’t going to trade their way out of debt. Stash was built to help anyone build a diversified portfolio over time and invest for the long haul.…
Q. Is there a limit to how much I can transfer from my external account to my Stash Invest accounts?
The current one-time transfer limit from an external bank account to Stash Personal Portfolio/Custodian/Smart Portfolio is $10,000 and from an external bank account to Stash Retire is $6,000.…
Q. Can I Make Crypto Investments Part of my Auto Stash Allocation?
Currently you are not able to set up crypto purchases as part of your Auto Stash/Set Schedule; however, this is coming soon! Disclosures: Cryptocurrency trading and execution services are provided by Apex Crypto LLC (NMLS ID 1828849) through a software license agreement between Apex Crypto LLC and Stash Financial,…
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