Q. How often should I invest?
We believe that you should invest as much you can on a consistent basis. Whether it’s $10, $25, or $50 (or more) a week, the sooner and more regularly you start investing, the brighter your financial future could be. Start with what you can afford and add to it over time. Stash tip—Set up Auto-Stash…
Q. How do I edit my Auto Stash amount/schedule?
You can edit your Auto-Stash by opening the app and navigating to the Auto-Stash page. If you are on an Android, this will be listed in the primary navigation menu. If you are on iOS, it will be listed under Account. Adjust the Auto-Stash amounts Open the Investments tab. This displays the funds in your…
Q. What is Auto-Stash?
Auto-Stash is our favorite tool to help you invest automatically. Want to invest one a week or once a month without having to tax your memory bank too much? Auto-Stash can initiate investments automatically and have them repeat according to your schedule.
Q. How do I cancel my Auto-Stash?
If you’d like to cancel or decrease your Auto-Stash, select Account from the menu in the app. Then you can select Auto-Stash. From this screen you can adjust the amount and schedule of your automatic investments, including turning off the feature if you’d like.
Q. What investing strategy should I use?
Investing on a consistent basis helps you navigate the highs and lows of the market. It helps offset your risk. Investing the same amount of money on a regular basis is called dollar-cost averaging. Using this method, you purchase more shares when prices are low and fewer shares when prices are high. The Auto-Stash feature…
Q. How do I use Stash?
It’s easy! Just download the app to your phone (iOS or Android) or go to our website, connect your bank (we’re super secure), and start setting up your investment portfolio. We provide guidance and recommend investments that are suited to your risk-level. Stash offers personal Invest accounts, Retire accounts and Custodial accounts. You can use Stash…
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