meangene wrote: »
Is anyone able off hand to give the keys differences between stock trading with Degiro vs Revolut.
Which has better rates etc?
Anything else important that should be considered with these companys / platforms??
RoRo979 wrote: »
Its a tough comaprison.
Revolut only gives 3 free trades a month on normal account, so you will need premium subscription if you want to do more. Furthermore, revolut ask price will generally be higher than that of degiro. Sometimes this will only be a couple of cents, sometimes it may be more.
Degiro on the other hand should give you close to, if not the best rate in the market at the time. The fees are clear beforehand and my trrades usually cost about 2 euro each. On degiro you can trade options and short while on revolut you cant. Also have a much greater choice on degiro.
PaulKK wrote: »
With revolut you have 3 free trades but it's only a dollar a trade after that. You also have the advantage of the best exchxange rates. The downside is obviously a more limited selection of stocks.