Oh, and did we mention that Stash lets you invest in big-name companies like Tesla, Netflix, and Disney, and more for five bucks or less?1

Yes, you read that right: You can buy Tesla stock without having to empty your savings account.

How Stash works

Stash is designed to make investing more accessible for beginners.

Just answer a few quick questions about your tolerance for risk and Stash will give you personalized suggestions on which stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) you might want to add to your portfolio.

You’ll also have the option to pick your own stocks and ETFs with the help of Stash’s handy investment summaries and risk breakdowns.

Stash allows you to buy fractional shares, which means you won’t have to spend a fortune on a full share of a red-hot stock — you can instead buy a fraction of a share for as much (or as little) as you’d like2.

There’s no minimum investment required to open a Stash account, and basic plans start as little as $1 a month3. You can probably find enough to cover half a year in your couch cushions right now.

Sign up today and get in on the action

If you’re looking to break into the stock market but don’t know where to start, Stash can be a great option

You can start investing for real in just minutes, and with Stash’s recommendations and free online resources, you can grow as you go.

When you sign up for Stash and deposit at least $5 into your personal portfolio, Stash will bonus you an additional $5*.

So download the Stash app and start investing today.

MoneyWise is a paid affiliate/partner of Stash.

*Promotion is subject to Terms and Conditions. To be eligible to participate in this Promotion and receive the bonus, you must complete the following steps: (i) click through the link above, (ii) successfully open a Stash Invest Account (otherwise known as your personal portfolio) in good standing, (iii) link a funding account (e.g. an external bank account) to your new Stash Invest Account, AND (iv) initiate and complete a deposit of at least five dollars ($5.00) into your Stash Invest Account.

1 This material is not intended as investment advice and is not meant to suggest that any securities are suitable investments for any particular investor. Investment advice is only provided to Stash customers. All investments are subject to risk and may lose value. All product and company names are trademarks ™ or registered ® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them.

2 Fractional shares start at $0.05 for investments that cost $1,000+ per share.

3 Stash offers three plans, starting at just $1/month. For more information on each plan, visit our pricing page. You’ll also bear the standard fees and expenses reflected in the pricing of the ETFs in your account, plus fees for various ancillary services charged by Stash and the Custodian. Please see the Advisory Agreement for details. Other fees apply to the bank account. Please see the Deposit Account Agreement.

Investment advisory services offered by Stash Investments LLC, an SEC registered investment adviser. Investing involves risk and investments may lose value. This information is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice.

About the Author

Shane Murphy

Shane Murphy

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Shane is a reporter for MoneyWise. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language & Literature from Western University and is a graduate of the Algonquin College Scriptwriting program.

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