Q. Can I close my Stash account at any time?
We are sad to see you go but the process is easy and takes a few simple steps. First, sell all of your investments. After they are sold it takes 2 business days for the sales to settle. (You are selling stock on the exchange and these are the rules). Next, if they are on,…
Q. Can I withdraw money from my Stash account whenever I want?
On Stash, you are purchasing shares, that means you have to sell the shares you’ve bought before getting your money back. If you submit a sell order, it takes 2 business days for your funds to settle in your account per SEC regulations. After that settlement period, you can withdraw funds to your bank account,…
Q. What is Smart-Save?
Smart-Save analyzes how and when you spend your money and transfers money from your checking account to your Stash Cash when you have cash to spare. Once the money settles in your Stash Cash, you can invest it, withdraw it, or save it for a rainy day. We’ll never initiate a transfer when your balance…
Q. What am I investing in on Stash?
ETFs make up the majority of the investments currently available on Stash. ETF stands for Exchange-Traded Funds. An ETF is a basket of investments (for example: stocks and bonds) bundled into funds that are traded on an exchange. That fund owns the underlying assets (i.e. stocks, bonds, cash, or even physical gold bars!) and tracks…
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. How are fees calculated?
Your first month is free! After that, Fees will be calculated for the upcoming month based on the average daily balance of the previous month, NOT the account balance on the first, last or any single day during the month. The fee for the subject month will be assessed at or near the anniversary date…
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