You can open a brokerage account with a broker such as Robinhood, TD Ameritrade, or E*TRADE and purchase Upstart stock through the platform.
You can purchase Upstart stock directly through the company's investor relations website.
Mutual funds and ETFs that invest in the technology sector may include Upstart stock.
Upstart is listed on the Nasdaq, so investing in an index fund that tracks the Nasdaq Composite will include Upstart stock.
There are a number of funds that focus specifically on investing in fintech companies, some of which may include Upstart stock.
Upstart is a rapidly growing company, so investing in a mutual fund that focuses on growth stocks may include Upstart stock.
Call options give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy a stock at a certain price. If you believe that Upstart's stock price will rise, you can buy call
Put options give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to sell a stock at a certain price. If you are willing to potentially buy Upstart stock at a lower price
If you have a margin account with a brokerage, you can borrow funds to buy Upstart stock.
Robo-advisors such as Betterment and Wealthfront may include Upstart stock in their portfolios based on your investment goals and risk tolerance.