Q. Can I withdraw money from my Stash account whenever I want?
You can withdraw your funds if they have been in your account for at least 5 business days and are not invested. To withdraw money that is invested, you will have to sell the shares. Stash does not charge fees for selling investments or withdrawing funds. However, you may realize capital gains when you sell…
Q. How is it possible for me to invest with only $5?
In the past, individual investors had to buy one or more shares of a stock or ETF (exchange-traded fund) to make an investment. If the price of one share was $100, that was the smallest amount an individual investor could buy. However, it’s now possible for companies like Stash to buy one share, and split…
Q. What am I investing in on Stash?
ETFs make up the foundation investments on Stash, such as your recommended mix. There are also many other ETFs available on Stash that are grouped according to themes. Stash also offers select single stocks, found under the “Companies” tab in the app. ETF stands for Exchange-Traded Funds. An ETF is a basket of investments (for…
Q. How do I get started?
Stash makes it easy to invest in what matters to you, based on your interests, beliefs and goals. All you need to get started is 2 minutes and $5. You just need to sign up (through the Stash App or at www.stashinvest.com), download the app, choose your first investment from the short list Stash recommends…
Q. What is Stash Retire?
Stash Retire is retirement, simplified. It’s an investing platform that takes all the confusion and jargon out of planning for retirement. By adding money to your Stash Retire account, a little at a time, you could be setting yourself up for a healthy nest egg. You can contribute up to $5,500 a year if you’re…
Q. Why should I invest?
Investing is a great way to make your money work for you. Keeping your money out of the market can mean a loss of thousands of dollars of growth and dividends over the course of your money-earning life. The sooner you start investing, the greater your chance of benefiting from compounding. Let’s say you invested…
Q. What is an ETF?
ETF stands for exchange-traded fund. ETFs are a basket of investments (for example: stocks and bonds) bundled into a fund that’s traded on an exchange. Exchange-Traded means you can buy and sell ETFs on public stock exchanges like the Nasdaq or the New York Stock Exchange. These bundles of stocks, bonds, and cash usually track…
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