Invest with as little as $5*.
Fractional shares make it possible to own part of a stock from your favorite companies and Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) without committing to a whole share.Get Started
*There is a minimum of 0.00001 shares per order and a purchase quantity of $5 to own a portion of the stock or ETF.
Own part of a stock
Invest in your favorite stocks and ETFs, regardless of share price, for just $5.
Invest with as little as $5
Fractional shares on Webull can be as small as 1/100000 of a share, as little as $5
Pay no commissions
Webull charges no commission fees, no account management fees or inactivity fees to buy and sell fractional shares
Expand your stock portfolio
With fractional shares trading ability introduced, you have the opportunity to invest in even more companies
How it works
Pick any eligible US stock or ETF and decide how much you want to invest.
It's that easy.
Get Started in 3 easy steps
Apply for an account
Deposit any amount
Start buying & selling
Fractional shares Disclosure: This is not an offer, or solicitation of any offer to buy or sell any security, investment or other product. Fractional Shares trading involves risks, and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities. Past performance, historical returns, future projections, and statistical forecasts are no guarantee of future returns or future performance. Diverseﬁcation does not ensure a proﬁt or guarantee against loss. Investors should consider their investment objectives and risks carefully before investing. Regulatory and Exchange Fees may apply.
Fractional shares trade is available for equities and ETFs ONLY. The list of active symbols will be maintained by Webull. Users can only place fractional shares orders during market hours. The trading window is 9:30am-4:00pm EST. The minimum USD amount for single trade is $5 and the minimum fractional amount of shares for a single trade is 0.00001. This rule does not work when clients are closing a position.
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