If I sell my investment, when do I receive the money from the sale?
When you sell an investment, you will have access to the funds two business days after the sell date. This is due to the U.S. settlement process, not just a Stash policy.
During this time, your sale proceeds will be listed as “unsettled funds” on the accounts tab in the Stash app.
And remember! Business days are Monday through Friday, and do not include weekends and federal holidays.
- 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…
we've already answered.
Now That’s What I Call an Investment! ETFs Explained
You may have heard that Exchange-Traded Funds are a great first investment. But what's an ETF? We use a helpful analogy to break it down
Saving vs. Investing: What’s the Difference?
Stay up to date on Investments and learn something new each week.