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    Default Online Stock Broker / Europe

    Hi.. maybe one of you have much more experience

    I'm looking for a reliable and if kyc check turn out fine, hassle free withdrawls , Online Stock Broker

    I tried revolut but they have so less to offer

    Can someone say which is the Bull of all of them ?

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    Hi!
    In Sweden we have Degiro. I think they are targeting Europe as well - https://www.degiro.eu/.
    I have tried them and had no problem at all.
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    I do not know what the rules or restrictions are possibly using a broker in the US, if you happen to be outside of the US so not sure any recommendations would help.

    E-Trade, which used to be Capital One Investing has a fairly interesting dividend reinvestment plan if that would ever interest you, Not sure others have such but I have only limited research on that subject. They are not the greatest for the penny market but do have a flat fee trade deal. $6.95

    Schwab has a fairly decent straight brokerage system as well.

    Like most US brokers, the deposit or withdraw systems are pretty straight forward, roughly 2-3 days in and approximately same time frame out. Not sure if it is easy or convenient depositing and/or withdrawing to/from different accounts, that most likely works ok after verifying the multiple accounts.

    Not sure any of the above helps, as I know schwab used to have a UK specific subsidiary, but I think they split that off late in 2019, and it appears e-trade also stopped in the UK a few years ago. Not sure if either of them split off in such a way that they might still operate as separate companies, but both have pretty good reputations.

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    Thanks for the infos
    I tried Degiro but they don't serve people living in Malta.. I opened tradezero but thats a short seller only, i tried pepperstone but they don't have a huge stock portfolio .. basically same as Revolut.
    I will see today with fidelity and ameritrade and maybe check schwab as well.

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    Let us know here what your research leads to, as others may benefit from what you find out.

    If you plan on trading in the pennies, be sure to dig in to the terms carefully as each brokerage handles them differently, sometimes even requiring higher amounts on deposit etc, even if you are not trading on margin.

    Also some charge extra fees, that was always the problem with the old Capital One Investing, they charged an extra fee (per share), I don't recall what the amount was, but often it ended up being as much or more then the $8 to $10 commission charge when buying a few million shares even when thy were .0001 per share. And they nailed that on both sides.

    When E-Trade absorbed them those crazy fees went away and it is a more reasonable schedule now.

    Many more brokerages have moved to lower flat fee or $0 commissions for standard online trades (non broker assisted) over the last few years, and like most financial sectors there has been a good bit of consolidation.

    Also, there are plenty of affiliate sites that have reviews of the various providers, but obviously most reviews are affiliate revenue driven but that might help you create a short list of brokers to investigate.

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    Hey mate. My favourite broker is trading212.com. 0 commisions for stocks and etf's, 0 commisions for withdraw, you can buy fractional shares and much more. An they have 14 millions customers.

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    Personally I'd recommend Saxo Bank (name varies slightly per market) - they offer everything and pricing is competitive. Stable and secure, robust software and they didn't stop people from trading GME

    For just buying some stocks or CFD trading eToro and Trading212 - however both have been hammered during the wallstreet bets times so use your own judgement

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    how about E-Trade and IG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by astra View Post
    how about E-Trade and IG?
    I've not heard much bad about E-Trade. Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) announced in October 2020 that it has completed the acquisition of E*TRADE Financial Corporation (E*TRADE) in an all-stock transaction.

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