You can now buy cannabis stocks on Robinhood for $1…

The wait is over for some Robinhood users.

Right now, Robinhood is rolling out fractional investing.

For cannabis investors, that’s big news. Granted, your choices are limited because Robinhood does not offer OTC trading. But there are still a handful of great opportunities out there.

We know that many of you have a “$25 Plan” when it comes to cannabis investing, which is buying a few shares of cannabis stocks each week and spending a total of $25.

Over time, that investment really does add up.

Well, now you can buy $25 of stock each week in individual companies, no matter how much the stock is trading for! You may really like Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) but don’t want to buy $160 for just one share.

Well, now you can invest as little as $1 and you will receive a fraction of STZ shares.

You could also buy $25 worth of STZ.

Or $50 worth of STZ.

Or $100 worth of STZ.

Whatever fits into your investment plan.

This gives you even more control to achieve your goals through a planned strategy.

For today, we wanted to take a look at the companies you can buy through fractional share investing.

And if you are still on the waiting list or still waiting for that option, don’t worry. Robinhood should be allowing you to buy fractional shares as it rolls out the feature to more users.

Now, this is just a small list of just some of the companies you can buy fractional shares of on Robinhood. These are not recommendations just through being listed in this article.

It is just to show some of the options out there for cannabis investors.

Those in NICI Membership can access our model portfolio to follow specific trade instructions.

Now, let’s take a look at a few of the cannabis stocks you can buy for as low as $1 on Robinhood…

Fractional Share Investing on Robinhood

  • Cronos Group Inc. (Nasdaq: CRON)
  • Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC)
  • Tilray Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY)
  • Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR)
  • Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ)

Again, the list is small just to show you a few of the options out there.

But it opens up a whole new world of investing. It’s a great opportunity to be able to by $25 of IIPR because, over time, that $25 invested each week will turn into a full share very soon.

You may even see this new feature launched outside of Robinhood with your current brokerage service in the near future.

We’ll keep you updated as the feature rolls out to more investors.

Let us know in the comments what you think about buying shares of cannabis stocks for as little as $1.

Take care,


11 responses to “Robinhood Allows Fractional Investing”

  1. I am on a very tight budget only my widoows benifits, I can afford to spend $50.00 a month, would I be able to earn on just a small investment?could you please send me some information?

    • Hi Ned,

      A lot of our members have Robinhood and a different brokerage. There is no minimum deposit to sign up with Robinhood, so setting up an account is free. Also, remember that the selection of cannabis stocks on Robinhood is limited, so you will still need another brokerage account for a more expansive list of trades. In time, other brokers may offer fractional investing to stay competitive.

    • I think there should be a mutual fund for cannabis invesing. This would be a great opportunity for fractional investing.

      • Hi Derrick,

        To start, you will need to open a brokerage account.

        These are some of the brokerages our members use and their customer service numbers are included to help you get started:
        eTrade 1 (800) 387-2331
        Fidelity – 1 (800) 343-3548
        TDAmeritrade – 1 (800) 669-3900

        Robinhood does not have all the companies we recommend available to buy, but it is a very easy platform to learn that does have some cannabis stocks available to buy.

        Once your account is open, you can start buying cannabis stocks in the brokerage account.

        We do not buy or sell stocks for our members, but the customer service reps at the brokerage services will be more than willing to help you purchase stocks once you open an account.

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