From Tesla to Workhorse, here are the 50 most popular stocks among retail investors on Robinhood

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Robinhood is hugely popular among day traders, putting it at the center of the GameStop frenzy Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Robinhood has been the poster child of the commission-free trading movement that has drawn a new generation of investors into the stock market, and its user base skews heavily to Millennial and Gen Z investors. From iconic companies like Apple, to upstarts looking to disrupt whole industries, here are the top 50 stock picks among Robinhood users.

50. Workhorse

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Workhorse, the Loveland, Ohio-based electric-vehicle maker, has become a retail favorite among other auto manufacturers, like Lordstown Motors and Canoo.

49. Boeing

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Shares of the plane-maker have rallied more than 12% so far this year.

48. Zynga

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The mobile-gaming company sees more than $1 billion in sales opportunity if it expands beyond mobile games to consoles and computers, Bloomberg reported.

47. Uber

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Shares of the San Francisco-based ride-hailing company have been barely changed so far this year.

46. United Airlines

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The airline slumped amid the COVID-19 pandemic but has turned around as air travel picks back up.

45. SPDR S&P 500 ETF

A number of value stocks have been surging on the S&P 500 in 2021.

The ETF tracking the benchmark index has risen about 15% so far this year.

44. NVIDIA

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The chip and graphics card producer has rallied more than 50% year-to-date.

43. General Motors

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The automaker is among a slew of others in the industry that retail traders have rallied behind.

42. Coca-Cola

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Shares of the Atlanta-based beverage company have rebounded from a slump earlier this year.

41. Vanguard S&P 500 ETF

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The exchange-traded fund has rallied 14% so far this year.

40. Norwegian Cruise Line

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The cruise industry was hit hard amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but shares of cruise operators are on the rebound as the world reopens.

39. Ideanomics

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Ideanomics, a small company focused on sustainability, has rallied alongside other meme stocks like GameStop this year.

38. Virgin Galactic

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The space tourism company has been a focus among Reddit retail traders for months. Shares soared in May after the company announced its successful test flight.

37. FuelCell Energy

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The Danbury, Connecticut-based company creates “clean, efficient and affordable fuel cell solutions,” according to its website.

36. AT&T

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The media and telecommunications company based in Dallas is among retail-trader favorites on Robinhood.

35. Moderna

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A physician injects someone with the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine. MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images

Moderna shares have rallied in recent days since the pharmaceutical company announced its COVID-19 vaccine should work against the Delta variant.

34. Starbucks

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The popular Seattle-based coffee maker recently added oat milk-based drinks to its menu.

33. Twitter

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The social-media site has been a hub for retail traders exchanging ideas this year.

32. Advanced Micro Devices

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Advanced Micro Devices, a semiconductor company, is frequently mentioned on Reddit investing threads like Wall Street Bets.

31. Canopy Growth

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The Canadian cannabis company is one of a handful of its kind that are among retail-trader favorites.

30. Facebook

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The social media behemoth is now worth more than $1 trillion after a federal judge dismissed antitrust lawsuits against the company.

29. Tilray

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The Canadian cannabis company has seen a lot of Reddit hype as retail investors look to position themselves for the possibility of legalization in the US.

28. Coinbase Global

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Coinbase was the first major cryptocurrency exchange to go public on April 14.

27. Bank of America

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Shares of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank have rallied about 36% so far this year.

26. OrganiGram

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The Canadian cannabis company is one of several retail traders have hyped up.

25. Alibaba

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Shares of the Chinese e-commerce company have fallen about 2.6% this year.

24. Netflix

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The streaming site recently launched an e-commerce store to sell items from popular shows like “The Witcher.”

23. Snap Inc.

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Shares of the social site have rallied about 35% so far this year.

22. Delta Airlines

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The airline is among several others that struggled during the pandemic but has begun to rebound.

21. Churchill Capital Corp IV

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Shares of the special-purpose acquisition company have nearly tripled in price since going public earlier this year.

20. Palantir

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Palantir CEO Alex Karp said the surveillance company is a favorite stock pick because the company respects the intelligence of the retail-trading community.

19. GoPro

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GoPro Inc’s founder and CEO Woodman holds a GoPro camera in his mouth as he celebrates GoPro Inc’s IPO at the Nasdaq Market Site in New York City. Thomson Reuters

The maker of wearable cameras has rallied 38% so far this year.

18. Zomedica

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The Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company is focused on helping meet the needs of veterinarians, according to its website.

17. GameStop

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GameStop was recently added to the Russell 1000 Index, a list of the largest companies based on market capitalization, thanks to its epic rally pushed by retail investors.

16. Carnival

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The cruise line industry shuttered amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but operators like Carnival are making a comeback as the pandemic recedes.

15. Aurora Cannabis

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Aurora is another Canadia cannabis company that retail traders have flocked to amid excitement over potential legalization in the US.

14. Pfizer

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The pharmaceutical company has surged in popularity, largely thanks to the production of its COVID-19 vaccine.

13. Nokia

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Nokia has been looped into the basket of meme-stocks, like GameStop and AMC, that have gripped retail-traders attention this year.

12. Plug Power

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Plug Power, based in Latham, New York, is focused on creating hydrogen fuel cells to power vehicles.

11. American Airlines

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The Fort Worth, Texas-based airline has rallied about 35% year-to-date.

10. Amazon

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The e-commerce giant is among the biggest companies in the world with a $1.7 trillion market capitalization.

9. Microsoft

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Microsoft is among the largest companies in the world with a $2 trillion market capitalization.

8. Disney

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Shares of the media and entertainment conglomerate have dropped about 3% so far this year.

7. NIO

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The Chinese electric-vehicle maker has rallied more than 600% in the past year.

6. General Electric

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Shares of the long-time company have been on the rise this year, rallying about 25%.

5. Ford

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The legacy automaker garnered attention earlier this year when President Joe Biden floored one of its electric trucks.

4. Sundial Growers

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Sundial, among other Canadian cannabis companies, is a favorite among retail traders.

3. AMC Entertainment

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AMC Entertainment became a retail-trader favorite earlier this year, and led a rally in memes last month amid renewed interest in meme stocks.

2. Apple

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The iPhone maker is the most valuable company in the world with a market cap of more than $2 trillion.

1. Tesla

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Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has captured retail-trader attention in both his company and in the realm of cryptocurrencies.