INVEST IN COMPANIES YOU LOVE

We're bringing companies and people together through ownership.

No fees to buy or sell stock

100% of your money goes toward your investment.

Invest with just $10

We offer partial shares so you can invest as much or as little as you can afford.

Access to IPOs

Participate in initial public offerings (IPOs) at the same price and time as Wall Street.

Invest in Stocks

It's simple and easy – no fees to buy or sell.

LOYAL3 features some of the world's most popular brands, as well as all of the companies whose IPOs we participated in.

We are the only place in the world where you can buy $10 worth of stock in companies like Amazon, Apple or Netflix, because we offer partial shares and you pay no fees.

NFLX: $89.23 (as of 2/19/2016)

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Participate in IPOs

Invest in IPOs at the same price and time as Wall Street

LOYAL3 does its best to offer as many initial public offerings (IPOs) as possible. In the past, only large investors and institutions were able to participate in IPOs. Now, when companies partner with us, we are able to distribute IPO shares to you. It's their way of saying thanks to the people who helped make them successful.

Get Notified of Upcoming IPOs

15

IPOs ON LOYAL3

54,722

IPO PARTICIPANTS

$205,529,136

DOLLARS RAISED

*All statistics since inception 2013

ACCOUNT SECURITY & PROTECTION

At LOYAL3, we care about security as much as you do. That's why we use industry practices and proprietary methods of encryption to keep your account and personal information safe and secure.
As a FINRA and SEC regulated company, we're required to comply with strict rules designed to protect customers.
Plus, as a member of SIPC, all LOYAL3 accounts are protected up to $500,000. For details, please visit SIPC's website.

"Loyal3 allocates stock to individual investors as opposed to large, professional money managers."

"Tech startups keep turning to this tiny firm to help take them public."

"Loyal3 aims to connect public companies to loyal customers who want to buy shares as early as the IPO..."