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. Why do I own less than one share of an investment on Stash?
In the past, investors had to buy a minimum of 1 share, so if a single share was $100, then that was the smallest amount you could purchase. Nowadays, companies like us can buy a single share and split it into parts.…
Q. How Do ETFs Compare to Single Stocks?
Comparing ETFs to single stocks is like comparing boats to cars. They have different characteristics, and are potentially appropriate depending on the needs and expectations of the investor. Financial professionals usually don’t recommend picking investments just because they are a specific kind of investment.…
Q. Is an ETF a stock?
An ETF isn’t exactly a stock—it’s like a collection of them. Think of an ETF like a basket of stocks and/or other investments. When you buy the basket, you get everything it contains. You don’t have to choose which individual investments go into the basket,…
Q. How do I choose my Stock-Back® Card custom stock investment?
When you use the Stock-Back ® Card¹, you earn with every purchase you make.² Here’s how it works: Shop at brands you love. If it’s a publicly listed company, we’ll give you stock in that company.³ If it’s a local or private company,…
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