Stash Stock Party Today
Wednesday has been the usual day that Stash has been doing the weekly Stash Stock Parties. But lately, Stash has been adding a couple of more Stash Stock Parties during the week for us Stashers. And later today, we will have a surprise #StashStockParty at 3 p.m. EDT that should last for 60 minutes.
If you're a Stash member join the party to receive a free fractional share of Facebook stock ($FB).
As a reminder, before the party begins, log in to your Stash account and then smash the claim button for some free stock at the following URL:
The more Stashers participating the better because it pumps the pot and boosts the PARTY POWER. Which means more stock for each person!
Once the party’s over, within a few hours Stash should send you an email confirmation of your bonus stock.
My Weekly Stash Stock Party Portfolio Update
Here's my spreadsheet tracking all of the free stocks I've claimed since March 9, 2020. View column J of the spreadsheet to see a stock's return from each party I've attended.
According to my Stash Stock Party spreadsheet, I've received $51.43 of free stock from Stash.
My total return of 31.87% brings the current total amount of my Stash Stock Party portfolio to $67.82.
A few days ago, participating Stash members received $0.34 worth of Berkshire Hathaway, stock symbol BRK.B, however you will not find that in my spreadsheet because it's still pending and hasn't posted to my Stash account yet.
For those of you that are crypto enthusiasts, think of these Stash Stock Parties like stocks crossed with a small airdrop or big weekly faucet.
Please note, the Stash Stock Parties are only available to investors in the United States.
If you're not a Stash member, please consider using my affiliate link. If you join Stash through my link, you'll get a $20 sign-up bonus stock.
To be eligible to receive a Stash Stock Party Stock Reward you must have a Stash personal investment account in good standing with a valid email address.
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