Stock Market Holidays

We can confirm–sometimes money does sleep, or at least take a day off. Our offices will be closed on the following U.S. market holidays in 2020. You won’t be able to trade equities or options on these days, but you can still trade cryptocurrencies 24/7.

We’ll be closed on the following U.S. market holidays in 2020:

  • New Year’s Day (January 1)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 20)
  • Washington's Birthday (February 17)
  • Good Friday (April 10)
  • Memorial Day (May 25)
  • Independence Day (July 4)
  • Labor Day (September 7)
  • Thanksgiving Day (November 26)
  • Christmas (December 25)

These days don’t count as stock or cash settlement days, and the markets will be closed. You can check out our guide to stock and cash settlement for more information.

Also, Robinhood will close at 1 PM EST (with extended-hours trading concluding at 3 PM EST) on the following U.S. market half-days in 2020:

  • Day before Independence Day (July 3)
  • Day following Thanksgiving (November 27)
  • Christmas Eve (December 24)

Learn more about how the stock market works here.

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