Check stocks on iPhone
Use the Stocks app to track market activity, view the performance of stocks you follow, and get the latest business news.
Ask Siri. Say something like: “How are the markets doing?” or “How’s Apple stock today?” Learn how to ask Siri.
Manage your watchlist
Add the stocks you follow to your watchlist to quickly view price, price change, percentage change, and market capitalization values.
Add a symbol to your watchlist: In the search field, enter a stock symbol, company name, fund name, or index. Tap the symbol you want to add in the search results, then tap Add to Watchlist.
Delete a symbol: Swipe left on the symbol in your watchlist, then tap Remove.
Reorder symbols: Tap Edit at the top of the screen. Touch and hold to drag a symbol up or down, then tap Done.
View stock charts, details, and news
Tap a stock symbol in your watchlist to view an interactive chart, additional details, and related news stories.
See the performance of a stock over time: Tap an option from the time range selections at the top of the chart.
See the value for a specific date or time: Touch and hold the chart with one finger.
See the difference in value over time: Touch and hold the chart with two fingers.
See more details: Swipe the data below the chart to see additional stock details like 52-week high and low, Beta, EPS, and average trading volume.
Read news: Swipe up to see additional news stories, then tap a story.
To return to your watchlist, tap .
View your watchlist across devices
You can view your watchlist across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac when you’re signed in with the same Apple ID.
On your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud, then turn on Stocks.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then do one of the following:
macOS Catalina: Click Apple ID, select iCloud, then turn on Stocks.
macOS 10.14 or earlier: Select iCloud, then turn on Stocks.
Read business news
Swipe up on Top Stories to view articles selected by Apple News editors that highlight the current news driving the market. Swipe up to see articles about companies in your watchlist grouped by ticker symbol, including Apple News+ content for subscribers (not available in all countries or regions; see Subscribe to Apple News+ on iPhone).
Stories from publications you have blocked in Apple News don’t appear in the news feed. See View news stories chosen just for you.