Building Freetrade

Brand new stocks: Banks, planes, trains and automobiles

Sam Poullain

June 18, 2020

Sam Poullain

Ferrari, Honda, Canadian Railway, United Airlines, Canadian banks, ETFs, and more

It’s time for another batch of new stocks to your app, 100 to be precise, including:


Let’s find out more about this week’s new stocks.


Canadian banks

Now you’ll find all the Big Five Canadian banks: Royal Bank of Canada, The Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, The Bank of Nova Scotia, and Toronto-Dominion Bank on your app.

We have added a number of Canadian stocks, and we’ll continue to do so. We’re getting ready for the 1st of July! 🍁


Planes

Last week we added major US airlines Delta, American, Spirit and Alaska. 

This week, airline giant United Airlines, the fourth-largest carrier in the world by revenue, joins them. United operates routes globally and has over 750 aircraft at its disposal, though many have been sitting on the runway during the coronavirus outbreak.


Trains


In the early 19th century, a new form of transportation began the transit of goods and passengers across North America.

Today, companies like The Kansas City Southern Railway Company, Canadian National Railway Company and Canadian Pacific Railway Limited rule the tracks. These companies are now on your Freetrade app.


Automobiles


Further afield from the US now, and there are many carmakers from around the world are in fact listed in New York.

Along with Ferrari and Honda, we’ve added used car specialists CarMax and car part manufacturers Advance Auto Parts and Genuine Parts.


New ETFs


This week’s ETFs are:

  • SPDR FTSE UK All Share
  • iShares $ TIPS
  • iShares $ TIPS 0-5yr
  • Invesco US Gvt Bnd 7-20yr
  • iShares US Gvt Bnd 20+ yr
  • iShares Fallen Angels


Let us know which new additions you’re interested in, and which stocks and ETFs you’d like to see next.



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