Which stocks can I invest in?

For S&S ISA customers, we currently offer investment into the following US stocks:

  • Adobe – Adobe produces computer software from its headquarters in San Jose, California. Its products include Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Illustrator. 
  • Alphabet – As Google’s ‘parent company’, Alphabet ‘owns’ Google, as well as a host of other groundbreaking companies such as Calico, DeepMind and Isomorphic Labs. 
  • Amazon – The world’s largest e-commerce company, founded by Jeff Bezos. Amazon has grown to sell everything from electronic goods, to food, alcohol and spirits, and sports equipment.
  • Apple –  Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company that specialises in consumer electronics, software and online services.
  • AT&T – The largest telecommunications company in the world by revenue, and the largest provider of mobile phone services in the US. 
  • Berkshire Hathaway – Bought by Warren Buffet in 1964 and converted into an insurance and investment company, Berkshire Hathaway holds large stakes in Apple, Bank of America, and Coca-Cola. 
  • Coca-Cola – The world’s largest global drinks company, which also owns brands including Costa, Fanta and Sprite. 
  • JP Morgan Chase & Co – JP Morgan Chase & Co was founded in 1871 by Gilded Age tycoon John Pierpont Morgan. Today, JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the world by market capitalisation.  
  • Mastercard – Mastercard is a global electronic payments provider, offering credit and debit cards whilst also processing payments between customers, banks, and merchants. 
  • McDonald’s – The largest fast food chain in the world, originally founded in 1940 by Richard and Maurice McDonald. 
  • Meta – Formally known as Facebook, Meta also owns Instagram and WhatsApp – two of the other largest social media platforms in the world.
  • Microsoft – One of the largest tech companies in the world, founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in 1975. Their products include the Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Explorer and the Microsoft operating system. 
  • Nike – A global sportswear and apparel company, named after the Greek goddess of victory. 
  • NVIDIA – At the forefront of the artificial intelligence sector, this company specialises in high-performance computers and gaming software. 
  • Pfizer – Producing a range of different medications, vaccines and treatments; Pfizer is an international pharmaceutical and biotech company. 
  • Procter & Gamble – One of the largest consumer goods companies in the world, with a focus on personal hygiene and health. Its brands include Fairy washing up liquid, Febreze airfreshener and Oral-B toothpastes. 
  • T-Mobile – The second largest provider of wireless networks in the US, after AT&T.
  • Tesla – The automobile and clean energy company headed by Elon Musk, with the aim of bringing electric vehicles to the mass market.
  • Visa – An electronic payment and fund transfer provider.
  • Disney –  One of the frontrunners in the global entertainment industry, who own some of the largest franchises in the world including Marvel Studios, Pixar and Lucasfilm.
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