Is my personal information secure?
Stash uses 256-bit, bank-grade encryption to protect all your information, from personal data to transaction history.
We also use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to help ensure all information on our platform is safe.
Stash accounts require a unique user ID, password, and PIN. You also have the
option to use biometric/fingerprint recognition for account access.
Additionally, session end-timers and log-in thresholds protect against unauthorized access.
All Stash software, hardware, and IT infrastructure are kept secure with multiple levels of defense. We’re constantly monitoring the latest technologies to keep our systems up-to-date with industry standards.
All of this is part of why Stash is trusted by millions of Americans to help them invest.
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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
Q. What does ETF stand for?
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