Boustead is working with Upstream, a MERJ Exchange market. Registration is now open for U.S. investors to trade stocks on Upstream’s next generation trading app.
Register below to be one of the first U.S. investors to trade shares in dual listed companies, IPOs, U.S. and Int'l equities, celeb ventures, and NFTs on Upstream's regulated, global stock exchange. After registering, you’ll receive instructions on how to activate securities trading on Upstream.
using transparent orderbooks and prevention of predatory market practices.
to exchange through user-friendly trading app with expanded trading hours.
for a global investor base with FDIC-insured cash accounts for both U.S. and non-U.S. traders.
Disclaimers: This landing page shall not constitute an offer to sell securities or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities in any jurisdiction where such offer or solicitation is not permitted. U.S. investors are not currently permitted to trade in Upstream listed securities. Upstream is a MERJ Exchange market. MERJ Exchange is a licensed Securities Exchange, an affiliate of the World Federation of Exchanges, and a full member of ANNA. MERJ supports global issuers of traditional and digital securities through the entire asset life cycle from issuance to trading, clearing, settlement, and registry. Boustead Securities, LLC does not endorse or recommend any public or private securities bought or sold on Upstream. Boustead Securities, LLC does not offer investment advice or recommendations of any kind. All brokerage services offered on Upstream are intended for self-directed clients who make their own investment decisions without aid or assistance from Boustead Securities, LLC or Upstream. All customers are subject to the rules and regulations of their jurisdiction. Company and security listings on Upstream are only suitable for investors who are familiar with and willing to accept the high risk associated with speculative investments, often in early and development stage companies. There can be no assurance the valuation of any particular company’s securities is accurate or in agreement with the market or industry comparative valuations. Investors must be able to afford market volatility and afford the loss of their investment. Companies listed on Upstream are subject to significant ongoing corporate obligations including, but not limited to disclosure, filings, and notification requirements, as well as compliance with applicable quantitative and qualitative listing standards. Investors are encouraged to take note that, as in all dual listed securities that are traded on multiple marketplaces, there may be differences in pricing as a result of different liquidity, price discovery and other factors. Trading dual listed securities across multiple exchanges may expose investors to various risks, including differences in trading hours, settlement, trading rules and regulations. Investors who are considering trading our dual listed shares Upstream should carefully evaluate these and other risks and consult with financial and legal advisors before making any investment decisions. They should also be aware of any fees, taxes, or other costs associated with trading on Upstream.