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

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

  • The company or ETF is listed on the NYSE or Nasdaq

  • For companies, the market capitalisation should be greater than $300 million USD, with an average value of $1 million USD and 100,000 shares traded per day

  • 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

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