Q. How do I sell an investment?
Stash makes selling investments easy and painless. When selling, you have the option to sell a specific dollar amount or the entire investment. Please note that there’s a mandatory two business day holding period after the sale before your cash will be available to use.…
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. 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. I’m losing money in one of my investments. Should I sell and invest in something else?
At Stash, we believe in taking the long view on your investments. We know this can be a little nerve-wracking, but an investment that is up today could lose value tomorrow. This is all a part of learning to invest. Even if you’re seeing an investment go down in value,…
Q. How do I buy an investment?
Stash makes it easy to invest in stocks or exchange-traded funds (ETFs). You can make a single purchase, or set up auto invest to invest on a regular schedule. Learn more about stocks and ETFs Find out how to set up auto invest here You can buy your stocks and ETFs from the Stash app or website.…
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. 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.…
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