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Stash Investments: Individual Stocks, Selected Just for You

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Now you can invest in the companies you love and the industries that are changing our world.

Single stocks can be a great way to diversify your portfolio. Check out our growing selection of individual stocks as well as our curated collection of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). You can start investing with fractional sharesFractional shares are just what they sound like — fractions, or pieces of a whole share of stock, bond, or fund. with just $5.

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3M

Famous for Post-it notes and Scotch tape, this conglomerate produces over 55,000 products.

AT&T

With $163 billion in annual sales, this telecom giant was recently crowned "world's biggest."

Abbott Laboratories

As of 2017, this diversified healthcare company had paid quarterly dividends for 94 years.

Abbvie

This biopharmaceutical company develops treatments for some of the world's most serious diseases.

Activision Blizzard

The top game company in America is a legendary titan of interactive entertainment.

Advanced Micro

This multinational tech company rivals Intel as a supplier for certain microprocessors.

Alibaba

The Chinese technology conglomerate operates the planet's largest retail marketplace by volume.

Alphabet

Google's parent is the globe's largest media owner and earns most of its money from advertising.

Altria

With products at 200k+ retailers, this company is a major force in the U.S. tobacco industry.

Amazon

The world's first online commerce giant now has its hand in countless industries.

Amgen

This multinational company is the world's largest independent biotechnology company.

Apple

Renowned for its design focus, the iconic innovator's business spans hundreds of countries.

Bank Of America

With $2.3 trillion in total assets, this financial institution is the 2nd largest bank in the U.S.

Boeing

The world's largest aerospace company is also the USA's largest manufacturing exporter.

Bristol-Myers Squibb

This global biopharmaceutical company has a centuries-long history of fighting serious diseases.

Chevron

This American oil giant works to drive forward the future of energy around the world.

Cisco

The globe's biggest networking company engineers the technologies that power the internet.

Citigroup

This investment bank and financial services corporation rounds out the "Big Four" of U.S. banks.

Costco

The membership-only warehouse operator is one of the world's largest consumer retailers.

DowDuPont

With net sales of $80 billion, this holding company is a global leader in the chemical industry.

Electronic Arts

America's second largest game company aims to champion players above all else.

ExxonMobil

This energy powerhouse is the largest publicly traded oil and natural gas company.

Facebook

The social media mammoth strives to use its networks to bring the world closer together.

Ford

The American industrial icon builds and sells millions of automobiles around the world.

GM

America's largest automotive manufacturer sells cars on five continents and in 125 countries.

General Dynamics

This global aerospace and defense company is a leader in both the commercial and military spheres.

General Electric

The storied digital industrial conglomerate conducts business in approximately 180 countries.

Gilead Sciences

Operating in over 35 countries, this biopharmaceutical company specializes in antiviral drugs.

Home Depot

The North American superstore chain is the world's top home improvement retailer by net sales.

Honeywell

This international conglomerate produces a huge range of consumer and commercial products.

IBM

For over a century, "Big Blue" has been a technology leader helping build smarter businesses.

JD.com

China's second largest online retailer is big on product offering, small on delivery time.

JPMorgan

One of the oldest financial institutions in the U.S., this firm has over $2.5 trillion in assets.

Johnson & Johnson

The historic health-care company operates more than 260 companies in over 60 countries.

Lockheed Martin

The planet's largest defense contractor by revenue is also the U.S. government's top contractor.

Mastercard

This global leader in digital payment solutions drives growth through technology and innovation.

McDonald's

Known for its "Golden Arches," the world's top restaurant chain serves 69 million every day.

Medtronic

This top medical device manufacturer has been awarded more than 53,000 patents in its history.

Merck

This global health care giant specializes in both human and animal medicines and therapies.

Microsoft

The longtime software market leader builds business, cloud, and personal computing solutions.

NVIDIA

The pioneer of advanced computing builds the processors that fuel the AI revolution.

Netflix

This massive production studio streams original and licensed video content in over 190 countries.

NextEra Energy

This leading clean energy company is one of Fortune's "World's Most Admired" in 2018.

Nike

The global leader in athletic footwear and apparel is renowned for its high-performance brand.

Northrop Grumman

This global contractor is one of the world's biggest defense and security companies.

PepsiCo

This global food and beverage company operates in more than 200 countries and territories.

Pfizer

This company holds many of the world's best-known healthcare brands in its global portfolio.

Procter & Gamble

The consumer stalwart markets over 60 iconic cleaning, personal care, and hygienics products.

Raytheon

The world's largest missile producer is also one of the world's largest defense contractors.

Schlumberger

The world's largest oil-field services company operates in more than 85 countries.

Simon Property Group

This is the only real estate company in the S&P 100 Index of mega cap companies.

Snap

Social app Snapchat's parent company hopes to reinvent the camera and improve communication.

Square

This technology company builds ecommerce tools that help make running a business more accessible.

Starbucks

The universally recognized coffeehouse chain claims over 25,000 stores across 75 markets.

Take-Two Interactive

Focused on creativity, this game developer and publisher is a hero of the gaming industry.

Target

America's second largest discount retailer offers everyday necessities at discounted prices.

Tesla

The integrated sustainable energy company leads the emerging electric vehicle industry.

The Coca-Cola Company

The planet's number one beverage company licenses and markets over 500 non-alcoholic beverages.

The Walt Disney Company

The famous "house of mouse" owns media networks, movie studios, theme parks, and more.

Twitter

Over 300 million users post bite-sized messages called "tweets" on this global social network.

Union Pacific

This stalwart powers global supply chains with a rail network that links 23 US states.

UnitedHealth

The largest healthcare company by revenue offers both health insurance and services.

Visa

This global payments technology company connects people through innovative payment solutions.

Walmart

The colossal multinational retail corporation is the world's largest company by revenue.

Wells Fargo

This major banking and financial services corporation serves one in three U.S. households.

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