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How investing with Stash works

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Put your money where it matters

From innovation to the environment, invest in what matters to you with Stash. Choose from over 30 ETFs carefully selected by our investment team based on historical performance, expense ratio and risk profile.

Think big,
start small

You don’t need a deep wallet to start Stashing. With Stash, you can easily make it a habit by setting up Auto-Stash. Set up an amount you can live with now, and build your Stash over time.

See the potential of your budget

Based on a 5% average growth rate / year

$25 / wk

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Questions?
Here to help

We’ll be there every step of the way.
Need more info? Visit our FAQs.

What is the price?

We charge a monthly fee of $1, with no commissions or surprises. All new investors get their first month free. Once your account reaches $5,000, we switch to 0.25% of your account per year.* (that’s $12.50 a year for a $5,000 portfolio)

How does Stash work?

Stash is an SEC registered investment adviser. When you sign up for a Stash account you get access to over 30 different investment options and personalized guidance. To make an investment, you’ll need to connect a checking account. All it takes is $5 to make your first investment. We let you buy fractional shares so you can invest what you can afford. That’s it – sign up, customize your portfolio, and boom, you’re an investor.

Why should I start investing now?

The sooner you start investing, the greater your chance of benefiting from compound returns. It’s the reason you might not want to put off investing any longer, because it takes time to experience the effect. Here’s why... Let's say you invested $20 a week. After 20 years, your $20,800 investment would be worth over $34,000. (Assuming a 5% compound annual return)

Why do you need my Social Security number?

The Patriot Act requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person opening an account. We also require your Social Security number to issue you a tax reporting form at the end of the year. Your Social Security number is only used to verify your identity. Stash does not perform a credit check.

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