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You’re just a few clicks away from investing in fractional U.S. company shares, like Apple.

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This new feature will initially only be available on iOS, but it’ll be coming soon to Android.

Plum Trading

As with all investing, your money is at risk because the value of your investments can go down as well as up.

Plum Stocks

A brand new way to balance your portfolio

We designed Plum to provide a balanced approach to investing. Letting you set your long-term goals, whilst still being able to respond to short-term changes in market conditions.

To help you achieve this, you’ll soon be able to trade fractional company shares.

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Common questions

For US stocks, market trading hours are between 2.30pm – 9pm (UK time).

No. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to queue investment buy or sell orders that are placed outside of market trading hours.

You can invest from as little as £1.

No. You can’t cancel an investment buy or sell order once it has been confirmed and placed.

Since we don’t offer ‘Limit’ orders or ‘Good Til Cancelled’ (GTC) orders, your trade will be executed almost immediately. Hence there is no possibility to cancel a transaction.

While our stock investing feature is in BETA testing phase, Plum will not charge you commission on any trades that you make.*

*Other currency conversion charges and regulatory fees still apply.

For example, if you were to buy and then sell 1 share worth $100, a 0.45% currency conversion charge would be applied on each transaction. So, the total fees charged for these 2 trades would be around 90 cents.

Read more on Stock Investing Fees.

Yes. You choose how much you’d like to invest in a particular company and we’ll buy as many shares (or portions of a share) as we can for your money.

The stock prices displayed in the app are indicative only.

We regularly refresh the stock prices displayed, at 15 minute intervals, but any investment orders you place might be executed at a different price to the estimate that you are shown.

Due to the dynamic nature of stock markets, prices can sometimes change significantly in a matter of minutes or even seconds.

Before placing a trade you will be shown an estimated order preview, which fetches the latest price for that stock. However, the final price you get will be dependent on the best price available from our execution broker, at the point when you actually tap ‘confirm’ to place your order.

If you have any other questions you can visit the full FAQ.