How do I change my risk level on Stash?
It’s not possible to Stash override your risk level.
Stash’s risk assessment tool is designed to help you make the appropriate investments for your financial situation. Our mission is to help people save for and invest in the long term. That means helping you choose investments that are best suited for you.
What happens if my job or income changes?
We understand that life happens and situations change. If you need to adjust your answers to the questions we asked when you signed up, you can do this in the app.
How do I find the questions?
- Go to the Account section
- Tap Settings & Security
- Go to Invest profile questions
From there, you’ll be able to change your answers as needed.
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