Is there risk when investing on Stash?
Yes, all investments carry risk. Investments can be volatile and can sometimes involve the loss of your original deposit.
Please keep in mind that past investment performance is no guarantee of future performance.
Managing Investment Risk
At Stash, we help you figure out how much risk you’re comfortable with and the types of investments that go along with that. This is called a risk profile.
How to check your risk profile
Head to your Stash account page then:
- Go to Settings & Security
- Select ‘Invest profile questions’
- Look at the answer to “How do you imagine yourself investing?”
You can always adjust your risk profile if something in your life or disposition changes.
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