What Are Securities?
Securities - or also known as stock trading - are one of the most popular forms of investment. Doo Financial offers powerful stock trading tools and competitive stock trading commissions to help you access multiple markets and take advantage of global opportunities.
  • U.S. Stocks

  • Hong Kong Stocks

  • Australia Stocks

The U.S. stock market is the most developed stock market in the world, and is second to none in the world in terms of the number of stocks issued and traded, as well as in terms of stock market capacity and market development.
Benefits of Investing in U.S. Stocks
  • The world's largest market capitalization and most liquid stock market
  • Global top companies and high rated stocks
  • Reasonable valuation and focuses more on shareholder return
  • Diversified trading instruments
Doo Financial is a rising online brokerage offering a wide range of U.S. stocks, competitive U.S. stock commissions and a full range of online services. All stocks traded on the NYSE and NASDAQ can be traded through Doo Financial.
Hong Kong stocks are stocks listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. As the largest international financial center in Asia, Hong Kong is the leading market for listing and financing in Asia.

H-shares are traded on Hong Kong's exchanges which can be done by anyone using the Hong Kong dollar (HKD).
Benefits of Investing in Hong Kong Stocks
  • Strict regulation, stronger security on capital
  • High rated companies with high appreciation potential
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  • New shares winning rate is generally higher than A shares
Compared to China, the Hong Kong market is more mature, rational and responsive to the world market, and Doo Financial, as a rising online broker, offers a wide range of Hong Kong stock trading products and diversified investment portfolios to provide investors more choices.
The main stock exchange for Australia stocks in the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), which is Australia's most representative financial market.
Benefits of investing in Australia Stocks
  • Well known resource companies are listed in Australia
  • Stable income opportunities with high dividend return (average 4% or above)
  • Diversified investment, including financial, resources, and aviation stocks
Risks of Investing in Stocks:
· It is possible that the selling value of a stock is lower than the value it was bought for, which results in capital loss.
· There may be situations where an investor may not be able to buy or sell the security in a timely manner at their preferred price range.
· Stocks may involve high risks due to the fluctuation in the value and prices of the underlying financial instruments. Due to the adverse and unpredictable market movements, large losses exceeding your initial investment could incur within a short period of time.
· Past performance of an investment is not an indication of its performance in the future. Please read the compliance documents available on our website.
Secure and Seamless Trading Experience
  • Diverse Investment Categories
    With one account, you can invest in a wide range of stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, stock options and more.
  • Competitive Trading Costs
    We offer the one of the most competitive trading costs in the industry to help investors achieve greater profit margins.
  • Flexible Trading, Anytime, Anywhere
    Trade on your mobile anytime, anywhere and enjoy global investments at your fingertips.
  • Efficient Trading
    Our data centers are deployed at Equinix, where 99.5% of trade orders are executed in 50 milliseconds.
  • Financial Regulation
    The operating entities in each region are subject to strict regulation by international regulatory bodies such as SEC, FINRA in the United States, FCA in the United Kingdom and ASIC in Australia.
  • 24/7/365 Professional Support
    With 500+ industry's professionals, Doo Group provides top-notch support services to investors 24/7, 365 days a year.
Direct Access to Global Stock Exchanges
One account that encompasses all the global stock exchange. Trade the global financial markets, seamlessly and efficiently.
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Nasdaq Stock Exchange
  • Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Australian Securities Exchange
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Nasdaq Stock Exchange
  • Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Australian Securities Exchange
Multiple Platforms
Multiple popular software at your disposal to elevate your professional and convenient trading experience
  • InTrade
    The next generation of mobile-centric trading platform
  • MetaTrader 5: A Multi-Asset Platform
    Integrating a diverse range of trading instruments including stocks and futures in the global financial market through a single platform.
Multiple Platforms
Multiple popular software at your disposal to elevate your professional and convenient trading experience
  • The next generation of mobile-centric trading platform
  • Integrating a diverse range of trading instruments including stocks and futures in the global financial market through a single platform.
For More Information About Securities
Trading Hours
  • U.S. Stock

  • Hong Kong Stock

  • Australia Stock

U.S. Eastern Time (EST)
  • Pre-trade: 04:00-9:30
  • Intraday: 09:30-16:00
  • After hours: 16:00-20:00

Trading takes place Monday through Friday, with the following trading hours.

[Morning Pooling Session]
AM HKT 09:00~09:20
[Continuous Trading Session] i.e. Normal Trading Session
Morning HKT 9:30~12:00
Afternoon HKT 13:00~16:00
[Closing Session]
The closing time of the regular trading day of the securities market has been changed from 4:00 p.m. to 4:08 p.m. - 4:10 p.m. The closing time of the half-day market has been changed from 12:00 noon to 12:08 p.m. - 12:10 p.m.

The Australia Stock Exchange is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Time (AEST GMT+10)
  • Pre-opening Phase: 7:00am-10:00am
  • Normal Trading: 10:00am-4:00pm
  • U.S. Stock

  • Hong Kong Stock

  • Australia Stock

  • Minimum trading unit for U.S. stocks
    Unlike A shares or Hong Kong stocks, U.S. stocks do not adopt the concept of a board lot, and therefore there is no trading unit limit.  The minimum trading unit is 1 share.
  • Price movements of U.S. stocks
    Unlike A shares, U.S stocks are not subject to single-day price rise and fall limits, therefore investors should carefully monitor price movements.
  • Clearance and settlement process for U.S. stocks
    U.S. stocks adopt the T+2 settlement process.  Clearance and settlement of trade are completed on the 2nd trading day after the day of the trade.
  • What is Day trade for U.S. stocks
    Day trade is a pattern of security trading.  It refers to an investor buying and selling a particular stock or stock options position within the same day.  Day trades are also called T+0 trades.
  • Minimum trading unit and stock price rules for HK stocks
    The minimum trading unit for HK stocks is “1 lot”, which may equal to 100 shares, 500 shares, 1,000 shares, 2,000 shares, etc., depending on stock price. For example, 1 lot equals to 100 shares for Tencent Holdings Ltd and 500 shares for BYD AUTO. Where share holdings are less than 1 lot, it is called “odd lot”. For instance, in Tencent Holdings Ltd, 1 lot equals to 100 shares, so if one holds 150 shares of Tencent, then 50 shares thereof become odd lot. Odd lot usually occurs when a company carries out bonus issue or rights issue.
  • Fluctuation of HK stock price
    Like US stock market, HK stock market is not subject to 10% limit up/down system.
  • HK stock settlement arrangement
    HK stocks trading is subject to the T+2 delivery system, that is, for shares traded today, the securities company and clearing house will carry out the settlement and delivery of funds and shares on the second workday after clearing. 
  • Is short selling allowed?
    Short Selling is not allowed.
  • What is the minimum trading unit for Australian stocks?
    The minimum trading unit for Australian stocks is 1 share.
  • Are there any circuit breakers in place for Australian stocks?
    There are currently no circuit breakers.
  • Do we provide short-selling for Australian stocks?
    No, we currently do not offer short-selling for Australian stocks.
  • What order types can I use for trading Australian stocks?
    We currently support two order types: Limit Order and Market Order.
  • How does the settlement process work for Australian stocks?
    Australian stocks operate on a T+2 settlement basis. This means that transactions are settled two business days after the trade date.
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