On Monday, Apple launched the Apple Stock Exchange App for iOS and OS X, allowing users to create stock trades, trade stocks, sell stocks, and sell stocks on the App.
While the App currently only supports a limited set of exchanges, the company said that it plans to add more exchanges over the coming months.
For now, Apple says it will only support the Winklevoss twins and several other popular exchanges.
The app can be downloaded for free, but the stock market app will cost $1.99 per month if you pay for it with a credit card.
The Apple Stock exchange App is available for iOS devices and OSX Macs, and it also works on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
In addition, users can also use the app to search for stock options and trade pairs.
In a blog post, Apple said it plans on adding more exchanges in the future.
While the Apple stock exchange app isn’t a huge deal for many people, some stock market investors are getting more comfortable with trading through the App and looking at options.
While this is great for new investors, it could hurt the value of some stocks if there are changes in the market or if stocks go up or down.
“I’m not going to invest my money in a company with no exposure to the stockmarket,” said Mark Schreiber, founder of the website, Stockpile.com.
Schreiber said he also doesn’t recommend buying into Apple stock as a stock market adviser because Apple is currently under investigation by the SEC.
He also said that the stock price fluctuates between $10 and $40 a share, and that the company is too opaque to understand what the market is thinking.
“If Apple were to be sued for doing something wrong, that’s where I would be the worst affected,” he said.