Can I open a Stash Invest account for my child?
You can open an account for a minor as long as you meet the requirements to have Stash Invest Personal brokerage account.
Can I use Stash to save for someone under age 18?
Yes, you can open a Stash Custodial account for any minor.
You can learn more about Stash Custodial accounts here.
Can I name my child the beneficiary of my Stash Invest account?
If you wish to open a regular Stash Invest account and name a beneficiary, you may do so using this form.
Your completed forms should be sent to our support team. They will add the designated party as a beneficiary on your Stash account.
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Q. Can I use Stash for day trading?
Stash is for building a smart, diversified portfolio and helping people invest for the long term — not day-trading. We only have two trading windows per day and do not believe in intra-day day-trading unless you are a professional.19
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