Is there risk when investing on Stash?
Yes. All investments carry risk. Investments can be volatile and can involve the loss of your original deposit. Also, please keep in mind that past investment performance is no guarantee of future performance.
Q. Why is my return so low?
A low return simply indicates that the value of the investments you’ve made hasn’t yet increased significantly. In fact, some of the investments you’ve bought may have lost value since you purchased them. Before you panic, we urge you to consider how long you’ve been investing. A few weeks, months, or even a year can…
Q. I see a lot of tech and marketing professionals on the Stash team, how do I know Stash is choosing the right investments?
Stash co-founders Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson have a combined 30+ years of Wall Street experience, and Stash doesn’t rely on their experience alone. We have an investment committee as well as an external investment advisor. When choosing investments, this team utilizes a set of tools to screen potential investments before adding them to the…
Q. How do I cancel my deposit?
If you’ve initiated a transaction you would like to cancel, it’s just a few simple steps. Select ‘Account’ and then ‘Activity.’ At the top of this page your pending transactions will appear. Simply select the transaction you would like to cancel. The ‘Purchase Details’ screen will then appear. When you scroll down to the bottom…
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