If I decide to use the Wealthfront Selling Plan, how “locked in” am I to Wealthfront?

Note: Wealthfront is no longer accepting new Selling Plan clients. However, we will keep these articles online for clients with existing plans.

You’re not locked in to Wealthfront at all. You can change, cancel, or transfer your unsold shares and sale proceeds out of Wealthfront at any time. You’re also not forced to reinvest any proceeds in a Wealthfront portfolio, though we find most Selling Plan clients end up doing exactly that.


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