Public Premium

What is Public Premium?

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What is Public Premium?

Public Premium is a paid membership tier that unlocks advanced tools, research, and insights to inform smarter investment decisions. You can learn more about Premium at

A Premium membership provides access to:

Advanced stock and ETF insights: View revenue multiples, ESG scores, top ETF holdings, company-specific KPIs, and more.

Extended-hours trading: Invest across an extended trading window with access to pre-market (8–9:30 AM ET) and after-hours (4–8 PM) trading. As a Premium member, you unlock unlimited, fee-free trades.

Expert ratings, reports, and insights: Unlock independent reporting on competitive pressures, business strategy, and more.

Expanded portfolio management tools: Personalize your investing experience to align with your investing strategy with custom portfolio groups and self-directed price alerts.

Personalized portfolio insights: Get a complete breakdown of your asset allocation to help identify areas of under- or over-exposure to certain stock types or sectors.

Subscriber-only content: Understand the impact of the headlines with timely breakdowns of company earnings, key economic reports, and more. Access subscriber-only Public Live content, and exclusive reports from Public’s in-house Editorial team.

VIP Member Support: Get dedicated white-glove service from our Premium Support team.


  • Public Premium costs $10/month and Premium members will be charged every 30 calendar days starting from the date of sign-up. Premium members will receive monthly billing receipts via email. Members can also choose to purchase an annual subscription.

  • Accounts with a balance of $20,000 unlock complimentary access.

  • Members can manage their Premium membership through Account Settings in the app and on the web.


Members can always cancel their Premium subscription at any time.

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