Q. What happens to my shares if a stock splits?
If a stock you own splits, don’t worry! This is nothing to worry about. Imagine that you have a $100 bill. You want to break it down, so you get change in the form of two $50 bills. You haven’t lost any money,…
Q. How do I pick single stocks?
When choosing a single stock to invest in, there are a few things you should keep in mind: You can purchase any single stock available on the Stash app, regardless of your individual risk profile. If you want to purchase single stocks,…
Q. Why is the price that I sold my stocks at different than the price I see in the app after the trade has settled?
When you sell an investment on Stash your transaction is queued up and executed during one of our four trading windows, (two in the morning and two in the afternoon). This means that the sale price of your stocks may change because we don’t immediately sell your investment when you initiate a sale. …
Q. Can you lose money investing in stocks?
As with all forms of investing, there’s a risk of losing money when you invest in stocks on Stash. When you buy shares of a publicly traded company, they’re valued at a certain amount. That amount may rise or fall. The individual value of a company’s share is determined by many factors,…
Q. Why is Stash offering single stocks?
Stashers have continually expressed interest in investing in single stocks as part of their long-term, diversified portfolios. We have also heard that users are looking for a way to invest in a single company to diversify their holdings and support the companies they know and love.…
Q. All About Stock-Back® Rewards
Want to make your money work harder for you? The Stash Stock-Back® Debit Mastercard® allows you to invest while you spend.1 Read on to find out the details of this benefit, offered exclusively by Stash. How does Stock-Back® work? To earn Stock-Back® Rewards,…
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