Can I access lists?

Lists is a new feature and is currently only available to some while we collect feedback and make improvements. We’re looking forward to releasing it to more and more customers in the coming months!

How do I create a list?

From the Investing tab, scroll down to the Lists section and tap “Create New List”. Choose an emoji, enter a list name, then hit “Create”.

How do I edit a list name?

Find the list you’d like to edit. Tap the three dots in the top right corner and choose “Edit”. From there, you can change the name and emoji.

What can I add to a list?

You can add any stocks, ETFs, or cryptos you’d like to follow.

How can I see my lists?

You can see all of your lists from the Investing screen. They live in the Lists section, right below your holdings.

How do I add or remove an instrument from a list?

Tap the instrument to go to its detail page, then tap the plus sign in the top right corner. From there, you can add it to any of your existing lists, create a new list to add it to, or remove it by deselecting the check mark next to the list it’s in.

Can I add the same stock to multiple lists?

Yep! You can add it to as many as you want.

How do I delete a list?

Tap the list, then tap the three dots in the top right corner and select “Delete”. Remember, once you delete a list, it’ll be gone forever.

What are the lists I see by Robinhood?

We’ve curated a few of lists of our own for you to add to your rotation. They span across sectors, industries, ETFs, and more. We’re continually adding new ones and updating them, so stay tuned.

How do I find and add lists by Robinhood?

You can find these lists by heading to your Browse tab and searching for an industry, sector, or ETF you’re curious about. You can also find them on stock detail pages under the Related Lists section.

Like what you see? You can add a list by tapping the plus sign in the top right corner. You won’t receive notifications for these lists.

How do you decide what goes into these lists?

We use a combination of FactSet, Morningstar, and other trusted industry sources to determine what stocks and ETFs to include in our sector lists.

Why do I see an asset in more than one list?

Sometimes you’ll see an asset in multiple lists because it’s categorized in more than one. This is because an asset can be relevant in more than one list, or involved in business in more than one industry.

For example, if Tiger Corporation (TK) produces both cat toys and cat medicine, you might see them listed in both Consumer Goods and Pharmaceuticals.

Disclosure Robinhood Lists are provided for informational purposes only by Robinhood Markets, Inc., and are not investment advice or a recommendation to buy, hold, or sell any security or cryptocurrency. Robinhood Lists are not personalized recommendations, and the securities or cryptocurrencies listed may not be suitable for you. You should not buy or sell anything on the Robinhood List without first determining it is appropriate for your portfolio or investment strategy.

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