The last publicly stated price for one share of an investment, updated every approximately 20 minutes during market hours (usually business days between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET).
This is how much an investment's price has changed over the last day of active trading. For example, if an investment's price was $10 yesterday, and today it rose to $11, you'd see a 1 day change of 10%.
This is the performance of the investments since the start of the year, updated approximately every 20 minutes during market hours (usually business days between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET).
Some investments pay you profits or interest as you hold them. These payments are called dividends, and this value represents the dollar value as a percentage of the investment's share price.
This value is the percentage of an exchange-traded fund's (ETF) assets that are used to cover the fund's operational expenses. This fee is not charged by Stash but by the fund manager. Individual company stocks do not have an expense ratio.