Invest in ETFs.

Diversify your portfolio with a single investment. Our exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have maximum flexibility and no commission fees—start investing with any amount.

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Trade ETFs.

Choose from over 90+ options. Whether you want to match the market, invest globally or make an impact with socially responsible investing, we’ve got options.

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Start with any budget.

Thanks to fractional shares, you can start investing at any amount.

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We make it easy.

Invest on the regular with auto-invest—just tell us how much, and we’ll do the rest. Or let us invest for you with Smart Portfolio.

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Advice you need.

We’ll give you personalized recommendations on how you can diversify your investments. And as a Registered Investment Advisor, we’ll act in your best interests—always.

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You can begin investing in ETFs with
just $1 at Stash. Here’s how:

1. Sign up for Stash.

2. Invest your way—choose your first investment from 90+ ETFs.

3. And you’re set!

Frequently asked questions

What is an ETF?

An Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is a collection of investments that is bundled into a fund and traded like stocks. For more about ETFs, click here.

Are ETFs better than stocks?

No, just different. One principal distinction is around diversification—since ETFs are collections of investments, they’re considered less risky. When you own one stock, the investment returns are tied to that one investment—which is excellent if it outperforms, but also more risky.

Are ETFs a good way to start investing?

They are an excellent way to begin investing. With one transaction, you can buy a diversified set of investments that align to your goals.

Are ETFs expensive?

Nope! You can start investing in ETFs with as little as 1¢ when you join Stash. Note ETFs do have expense-ratio fees that are built into the cost of the investment.