If you're interested in investing in Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) and you're considering using the Robinhood platform to buy its stock, you've come to the right place.
In this article, we'll guide you through the steps to buy BBBY stock using Robinhood, as well as provide some helpful information to keep in mind.
NOTE: BBBY was delisted from the NASDAQ, meaning you can only trade Bed Bath & Beyond through the OTC markets. Learn more here.
If you haven't already, download the Robinhood app on your mobile device or visit the Robinhood website.
Before you can buy BBBY stock on Robinhood, you need to fund your account.
You can do this by linking your bank account and transferring funds.
Robinhood supports instant deposits for up to $1,000, so you can start investing right away.
Once your account is funded, you can search for BBBY stock by typing its ticker symbol "BBBY" into the search bar on the Robinhood app or website.
Before you buy BBBY stock, it's a good idea to do some research on the company to make an informed investment decision.
On the stock's detail page, you can view important information such as the company's historical performance, analyst ratings, company earnings, and other helpful information.
Once you're ready to purchase BBBY stock, select Trade and then Buy or just Buy if you don't currently own the stock.
By default, you will be asked to enter the amount you would like to purchase in dollars.
However, you can choose to buy shares, or select another order type, by selecting Dollars.
After selecting the amount of BBBY stock you want to buy, review your order and confirm that all the details are correct or select Edit.
Make sure to double-check the price and the number of shares you're buying.
If all looks good, swipe up to submit your order or select Buy on the website.
Keep in mind that the last-traded price won't necessarily be the price that your buy order will be executed at.
In summary, buying BBBY stock on Robinhood is a relatively simple process.
By following the steps outlined above, you can purchase BBBY stock and become a shareholder in Bed Bath & Beyond.
This article was generated using automation technology, and thoroughly edited and fact-checked by an editor on our editorial staff.