You must wait until the transaction is settled before you can withdraw your money. The settlement period is usually two business days long, as mandated by the financial regulators. During this period, ownership of stocks is transferred and all parties fulfil their obligations. After the settlement period, your funds will be available in your Robinhood Account.
The money will be transferred to your account via a withdrawal. The withdrawal process can take an extra 3-5 days depending on the processing time of your bank. From the moment that you sell stocks on Robinhood it usually takes 5-7 days for the money to appear in your account. Understanding the timeline is essential for planning and managing your finances. So, let’s begin and learn more about how sell stocks in Robinhood.

How do I sell stocks on Robinhood?
There are several options for selling stocks on Robinhood. Here is how to sell stocks on Robinhood:
Log in to your Robinhood account before you open the Robinhood app.
Go to your portfolio by going to the "Portfolio" section. Here you will see all the stocks that you own.
Select the Stock You Want to Sell: Tap the stock you wish to sell.
Once you are on the stock detail page, choose the 'Sell option.
Indicate the number of shares that you wish to sell. You can sell your entire stock portfolio on Robinhood or just part of it.
Review all the details of the transaction and confirm it.

What are the different types of sell orders on Robinhood?
Robinhood provides different types of orders to sell to suit various trading strategies.
Market Order: With this order, you can sell your stock at the current market value.
Limit Order: You can set a price for which you wish to sell your stock. Order will only be executed if the stock reaches the specified price.
Stop Order: A stop order is a type of order that triggers a purchase when the stock price reaches the predetermined level.
Stop-Limit order: Combines the features of limit and stop orders. Once the stop price has been reached, the order will become a limit order and only execute at or above the limit price.

What is the settlement period on Robinhood?
The transaction does not end immediately after selling stock. The settlement period is the time that passes between the trade date and the official completion date of the transaction. This period, which is usually two business days for most stocks (Trade Date plus two days), is called T+2.
This period is necessary for administrative processing. It includes the transfer of ownership and making sure that all parties meet their contractual obligations. The industry has standardized this period to ensure orderly markets.

How do I withdraw funds from Robinhood?
Here is how to withdraw funds from Robinhood:
After the settlement period has ended, you may withdraw your money from Robinhood.
Tap the 'Account Tab': You can access your account by clicking the icon of a person at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
Choose the Transfers> option.
Transfer to Your Bank: Select 'Transfer to Your Bank,' and enter the amount that you want to withdraw.
Review all the details and confirm your transaction.

How to Sell My Stock on Robinhood?
To sell your stocks on Robinhood, go to your portfolio and select the stock that you wish to sell. Then, click the "Sell" option, enter your quantity, and then confirm the sale.

How to Short Sell on Robinhood?
Short selling is the act of selling stocks that you do not own to buy them back later at a cheaper price. Robinhood currently does not allow short selling by individual investors. You may want to look at other platforms that support short selling if you are interested.

How Do I Get My Money Out of Robinhood?
To withdraw money from Robinhood, go to the "Account" tab, click on "Transfers," select "Transfer to Your Bank," enter the amount, and confirm the transfer. Your bank account will receive the money within 3 to 5 business days following settlement.