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From Papa John's to Zambian cattle farmers, we've added a wide array of new stocks to the Freetrade universe
Another week, another new batch of stocks on your Freetrade app.
In fact, we’re adding over 450 stocks to the Freetrade universe — the largest single addition we’ve ever made. 🚀
That includes more than 100 stocks for Plus members and over 350 stocks for all Freetrade users.
Here’s some of the highlights from those additions.
This week’s Plus stocks are a diverse bunch. You’ve got everything from the world’s largest stamp shop to Zambian cattle farmers. Enjoy!
There are several US and Latin American banks on this week’s stock list.
This week has several companies that lease planes and trains to transport people and goods around. There’s also one company that moves oil and chemicals around on barges.
No new batch of stocks would be complete without a bunch of utilities companies. Here are the firms joining the Freetrade universe this week.
Today’s new stock additions contains a big contingent of software makers. Here are a few of them.
We love it, you love it and every batch of stocks we’ve added up until now hasn’t felt right without it. It is, of course, Papa John’s Pizza
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