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Is there any brokerage platform that allows one to trade US stocks (at least, say, SPY kind of index) during weekend?

I often do not have time even for after-hours (till 8pm) during weekdays.

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Is there any brokerage platform that allows one to trade US stocks (at least, say, SPY kind of index) during weekend?

I often do not have time even for after-hours (till 8pm) during weekdays.

What you mean? Markets are closed during weekends. You can do your analysis on weekends and send your orders (stop limit buy/sell) with literally any brokerage platform there is.
This of course needs a special trading approach.

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any platform should allow you to place trades over the weekend. but some have higher downtime for maintenance

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