Stocks Available on Robinhood

You can trade over 5,000 stocks on Robinhood Financial, including most U.S. equities and exchange traded funds (ETFs) listed on major U.S. exchanges. We’re also excited to offer options trading.  

Robinhood Financial currently doesn’t support:

  • Foreign-domiciled securities*
  • OTC equities
  • Preferred stocks
  • Tracking stocks
  • Mutual funds
  • Bonds and fixed income trading
  • Foreign exchanges

*With the exception of certain foreign domiciled securities, including the securities of companies domiciled in Canada and Israel that trade above $5.

Depending on where you live, you may also be eligible to trade certain cryptocurrencies through Robinhood Crypto. Keep in mind that Robinhood Crypto is not a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). Cryptocurrencies are not stocks and your cryptocurrency investments are not protected by SIPC.

What’s a low-priced stock?

A low-priced stock, or “penny stock,” generally refers to a stock issued by a small company that’s valued at less than $5 per share.

Investing in low-priced stocks is considered speculative and involves considerable risk.

Please see the Low-Priced Securities Disclosure for more information.

What are pre-market and after-hours trading?

Pre-market and after-hours trading allows Robinhood users an additional two and a half hours of trading per day:

  • Pre-market hours: 9:00am to 9:30 am EST
  • Regular market hours: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm EST
  • After-hours: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm EST

During the after-hours session, the price displayed on a stock’s detail page is the stock’s price at the close of the regular market hours session.

What are the percentages under the current stock price?

The percentage change in the “Today” line, shown below the price, represents the stock’s movement from the open to close of the regular market hours session.

Just below that, in the “after-hours” line, you’ll find a stock’s ongoing percentage change in the after-hours session.

What happens if I own a stock that’s delisted?

If a stock that you own delists, you’ll be able to sell it in the market, but you won’t be able to purchase additional shares.

Please keep in mind, once a stock delists, the in-app market data will no longer reflect the current trading price. You’ll need to find stock quotes elsewhere for an idea of what price your sell order will execute if you choose to close the position.

Does Robinhood Financial support pre-IPO shares?

We don’t offer access to pre-Initial Public Offering (IPO) shares, given the regulatory complexity and illiquidity of the market. We do our best to mark new stocks as tradeable the day of the IPO.

Please remember you won’t be able to execute extended-hours trades on the day of a stock’s IPO.

What’s an untradeable stock?

Stocks may not be searchable, or may be labeled as “untradeable” for a few reasons:

  • The exchange has paused trading
  • The stock was delisted from the major exchanges and trades in the OTC market
  • It’s a foreign security, which we do not support
  • The security is undergoing a corporate action

If you feel a stock has been marked untradeable in error, please contact support.

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