If a company or ETF (exchange-traded fund) isn't listed it's usually because it doesn't meet DriveWealth's listing criteria (they're our US broker partner).

The general rules that DriveWealth use to assess what shares to offer are:

  • The company or ETF list listed on the NYSE or Nasdaq
  • Share price needs to be above $1 USD
  • For companies, the market capitalisations should be greater than $1 billion USD
  • For ETFs, the net assets should be greater than $300 million USD
  • Leveraged funds aren’t offered by default and requests to add them will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis

DriveWealth do sometimes make exceptions to their criteria, so just reach out to our friendly team at hello@hatchinvest.nz and we may be able to send a request through to our broker!

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