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Top 5 Faves About Using the Stash App to Invest in the Stock Market in 2021 (Part II)
If you’ve been following along, you already know how much I raved about my #1 favorite way Stash lets practically anybody start accumulating stock, at any income level and any stage of life. With that... here are the rest of the faves on my Top 5 list, plus a bonus as I experiment with becoming a beginner investor using the Stash app.
Top 5 Faves About Using the Stash App to Invest in the Stock Market in 2021 (Part I)
If you have a smartphone and a way to make a deposit, you can start investing in the stock market. You can begin with just a few bucks—as much or as little as you've got to spare—or by simply leveraging your regular spending habits. And that's really, really empowering.
How I Began Building My Portfolio Using the Stash App to Invest in the Stock Market (Part III)
I had no idea what I was doing when I used the Stash app for beginner investors to make my first few investments in the stock market. I basically just threw a dart at the internet and bought a few bucks’ worth of some brand names I recognized.
How I Began Building My Portfolio Using the Stash App to Invest in the Stock Market (Part II)
When I downloaded the Stash app for beginner investors a few weeks ago, I didn’t know the first thing about the stock market. In my last article, I shared how I began my journey of educating myself about investing by simply using the only tool I knew at the time: Googling search terms to learn about popular picks, and finding my way to experts who knew more than I did. From there, I began trying the in-app learning tools Stash offers, and that’s where things started to get really exciting.
How I Began Building My Portfolio Using the Stash App to Invest in the Stock Market (Part I)
Less than three weeks ago, I’d be the first to tell you I didn’t know anything about the stock market—and I didn’t want to. Investing is for rich people, I would’ve sneered! My small-town family background of generational poverty had taught me to disdain people with wealth or success, writing off the rich as a bunch of scammers, crooks, and sleaze bags, intent on taking advantage of poor people like us.
Why I’m Using the Stash App to Begin Investing in the Stock Market in 2021 (Part II)
<<< Go Back to Part I <<< Taxation isn't the only way money can move from the rich to the poor. (And we obviously can't count on charity out of the goodness of hearts to solve the world's problems.) Here's a brain game for you: maybe the economic system has an untapped role in liberty and justice for all.
Why I’m Using the Stash App to Begin Investing in the Stock Market in 2021 (Part I)
I'm a 30-something Millennial gal who grew up below the poverty line in small-town South Dakota, and I've never had the slightest interest in learning about the stock market.
How I Picked My First 3 Stocks to Buy Using the Stash App (A Newbie Investor’s Tale)
So if I'm going to champion an experiment in buying fractional shares as a low-income investor, in hopes of seeing bottom-rung earners empowered to rise up and take ownership in the capitalist stakes we're all playing anyway, where do I start?