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# 1 : Monday 7-8-2017 @ 11:14
 
 
Just signed-up for an online trading platform, but trying to find out what is the best platform around, from a cost point of view.

Are you using a platform you are happy with, and would recommend.
Especially since I found out that if someone had recommended me the platform, I would have gotten a small bonus, and so would they have!

I would not like starting using one to find out another is 10-fold better.
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# 2 : Monday 7-8-2017 @ 12:41
 
 
I use degiro
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# 3 : Monday 7-8-2017 @ 13:39
 
 
Someone said :
I use degiro

And did you find unexpected fees, etc?
Or are they quite good with being upfront?
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# 4 : Monday 7-8-2017 @ 19:15
 
 
I found it to be cheapest all fees clearly displayed on app and website.
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# 5 : Tuesday 8-8-2017 @ 06:36
 
 
And do you find their selection tools help find good opportunities, or is it a drag to select a fund or a stock?
(Is there good sorting options, for instance..., or do you need to know the name of the stock and do all the leg work)
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# 6 : Thursday 10-8-2017 @ 21:07
 
 
Someone said :
I found it to be cheapest all fees clearly displayed on app and website.

I find it hard to navigate funds, as it does not seem possible to sort them by any field other than fund name, which is useless!

So it looks like a lot to work to finding funds based on price, and dividends history. I assume they keep these features for more expensive accounts...
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# 7 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 16:35
 
 
Hi I've had no problems finding shares, just put in name it comes up.
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# 8 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 19:17
 
 
Well... that much I guessed
I am talking about sorting them.

I like to see what shares are low, then what's their price history, then if they offer dividends.
I do not know beforehand which share I want to get. If I knew...
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# 9 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 20:19
 
 
Someone said :
Well... that much I guessed
I am talking about sorting them.

I like to see what shares are low, then what's their price history, then if they offer dividends.
I do not know beforehand which share I want to get. If I knew...

Using technical and fundamental analysis together? Witchcraft!!!
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# 10 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 21:02
 
 
Is that to buy Bitcoin? Or like trading in stocks?
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# 11 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 22:50
 
 
Someone said :
Is that to buy Bitcoin? Or like trading in stocks?

Good idea, I did not think about bitcoins!
They do not trade them directly, but they seem to have a number of products "tracking" bitcoins.

It's all about stocks, bonds, investment funds, leveraged products and trackers.
(It can be more for people with more skills, and an upgraded account...: futures and options.
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# 12 : Friday 11-8-2017 @ 23:21
 
 
Oh god, Bitcoin! If that doesn't describe a bubble I don't know what does!
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# 13 : Saturday 12-8-2017 @ 09:24
 
 
Someone said :
Oh god, Bitcoin! If that doesn't describe a bubble I don't know what does!

2 years ago it was worth €9, not it is worth €140.
I wish I had jumped on that bang wagon then!
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# 14 : Saturday 12-8-2017 @ 09:39
 
 
Someone said :

2 years ago it was worth €9, not it is worth €140.
I wish I had jumped on that bang wagon then!

Oh yeah, you can make money from bubbles once you remember to hop off.
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# 15 : Saturday 12-8-2017 @ 10:43
 
 
Someone said :
I found it to be cheapest all fees clearly displayed on app and website.

Say you only have €100 in your account to invest. (I know, it is a ridiculously low number, it is just for simplicity sake).

You want to buy on a market that charges €4+0.04% [Forget about the market entrance fee]

Do they buy the €100, and bill the fees quarterly , so you have time to refill you account?
Or do they bill the fee immediately , meaning you need €4.04 extra in your account (€104.04)?

[It is assuming I am placing a limit order, so I do not need twice the amount in account to cover...]
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