Investing on Stash
Q. What am I investing in on Stash?
With Stash, the thousands of investment choices fall into buckets. The first bucket is stocks, which are little pieces of ownership in a single company. The second is Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), which are baskets of investments traded on stock exchanges.…
Q. Why should I invest?
Investing can be a great way to make your money work for you. Keeping money in a regular bank account (and out of the market) means it’s just sitting there, probably not gaining much value. When you invest money, it can grow and gain value.…
Q. How is investing different from putting money in a savings account?
Saving and investing are similar—both deal with money that isn’t allocated for everyday expenses, and both are critical to your future financial success. A savings account is offered by a bank and earns an interest rate set by that institution. In contrast,…
Q. What investments can I buy on Stash?
Stash offers Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and a select group of single stocks as investment opportunities. By investing in a combination of stocks and bonds, you can build a diversified portfolio that will serve you over the long term. Learn more about diversifying your portfolio with Stash.…
Q. Are Stash investments diversified?
You can build a diversified portfolio with the investments available on Stash. Building a Diversified Portfolio with Stash We recommend purchasing multiple investments of different types—stocks, bonds, and funds. We suggest choosing stocks of individual companies and funds that excite you and that you believe can help you meet your investing needs.…
Q. How much should I invest?
You can start investing with just $1 with Stash. From there’s it’s up to you. The important thing is to invest an amount you’re comfortable with. Once you’re set up, you can start investing money daily, weekly, or monthly. Add to your investments $5 or $10 at a time or in larger sums,…
Q. What are Stash investments?
Stash offers Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and a select group of single stocks as investment opportunities. An ETF is a group of single investments (stocks and bonds) grouped together into one fund. Ready to level-up your investing knowledge? Learn about the difference between a stock and a fund.…
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