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Q. Who are Stash’s insurance partners?
We’re looking to provide you with affordable insurance coverage options that make sense for your current life situation. All of our partners are focused on affordability while saving your hard-earned money. Click here to see all of our current insurance partners. …
Q. Where can I submit feedback or a request for a feature or investment for Stash?
We love hearing from you, especially if you’ve got some feedback about your experience with Stash. If you have any feedback or suggestions, including suggestions about what stocks or ETFs to add to our platform, email us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing all of your ideas!…
Q. What are Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As)?
Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) occur when companies expand, combine, or break apart in order to improve their core business. There are two parties in an M&A deal: Acquirer: Company purchasing another company Acquiree: The company being purchased/acquired. Generally speaking, the acquiree’s stock will no longer be traded,…
Q. Freeriding: Definition, Examples and Penalties
What’s freeriding? Freeriding happens when someone buys a security with unsettled funds in the account and subsequently sells the security before fully paying for it. Please note that securities freeriding is a violation of the Federal Reserve Board’s Regulation T. Freeriding example 1: Alan has $0 cash available to trade.…
Q. Investing Glossary
| A | B | C | D | E | F | H | L | M | P | R | S | U | # | A ADR fee ADR stands for American Depository Receipt. An ADR fee is charged on foreign stock investments.…
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