How do I sell?
From the home screen in the Stash app click on your portfolio.
When you scroll down you will see the investments you own. Select the investment you would like to sell. Click on the Buy/Sell button. At the bottom of the screen you’ll be presented with the option to ‘Sell.’
At this point you can choose to sell all or a portion of your investment. Select ‘Sell’ to sell a portion of your investment, select ‘Sell All’ to sell the entirety of your investment.
If you’re only selling a portion of your investment you can then select how much you’d like to sell. Input this amount and then select ‘Next.’
You will then be asked to confirm your sale. Select ‘Confirm Changes,’ and voila! You’ve sold your investment.
Once you’ve sold an investment it will appear in your Stash Cash. Sales take two business days to settle in your account, and then you can re-invest them in another fund or withdraw the money to use some other way.
- How do I Sell? (Video)
Q. What investments can I buy on Stash?
Stash offers access to over 40 themed ETFs (exchange-traded funds). These bundles of securities can help you build a diversified portfolio to hold for the long-term. Beginning in late-February 2018, Stash is also offering select single stock investments. You can buy fractional shares of single stocks or ETFs with as little $5.
Q. Why am I getting a warning about buying too much of an investment?
Stash’s goal is to help investors build well-balanced, diversified portfolios while also providing access to industries, sectors, and securities that you are interested in and passionate about. Certain investments may be more volatile than other investments available on Stash, so we’ve put some safeguards around them. For example, If you attempt to purchase more…
Q. Why is there a cap on how much of an investment I can buy?
In a word: diversification. Stash wants to help build a generation of smart investors, and part of smart investing is ensuring that you aren’t overexposed to a single sector or industry. If it is a match for your risk profile and you’re’ interested, of course we want you to invest, we’ve put it on Stash…
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