Investing on Stash
Q. I just sold my investments and I want to withdraw the money from that sale. Why can’t I withdraw the amount?
If you’ve recently initiated a sale of your investment, you’ll need to wait for a period of 2 business days before the money becomes available for your use. The SEC requires this hold on all sales of investments. On the 3rd business day,…
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 earn dividends from my Stash account?
Absolutely! Depending on your portfolio, you may receive dividends. These will automatically be reflected in your Portfolio Cash. You can see a record of your dividends in the Activity section of your Invest page.…
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 purchase a stock or ETF?
With Stash, it’s easy to invest in new stocks or ETFs, or to purchase more fractional shares of investments you already own. You can make one-off purchases or choose to invest on a recurring basis. All of these can be done from the app or on web.…
Q. How do I pick single stocks?
When choosing a single stock to invest in, there’s a couple things you should keep in mind. First off, all single stocks can be purchased by all users, regardless of their individual risk profile. If you want to purchase single stocks,…
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