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Invest with DEGIRO, the best broker in the Netherlands

DEGIRO is the broker that offers wholesale fees and commissions for individual investors, allowing traders to invest worldwide with meagre fees.

DEGIRO was founded in 2013 in the Netherlands and has since expanded into 18 European Union countries. Thanks to its extremely competitive commission structure, DEGIRO has quickly become one of the largest brokers in Europe.

Financial Instruments offered by DEGIRO

Through DEGIRO, investors gain access to more than 50 markets in around 30 countries in Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania. DEGIRO offers Stocks, Mutual Funds, ETFs, Futures, Bonds, Options and Warrants.

The chart below shows the excellent access to global Stock Exchanges and Markets that DEGIRO offers.

Markets & Stock Exchanges available at DEGIRO.

Markets & Stock Exchanges available at DEGIRO.

Commissions charged by DEGIRO

If you haven't heard about DEGIRO before, it is a platform that has revolutionized the world of trading and investing with narrow costs. This has allowed this Broker to quickly position itself as one of the fastest-growing platforms in the European Union.

To show you how low the commissions are, trading in ASML stock costs 2 € + 1 € handling costs. You will probably say, "My Broker only charges me 6-10 € per transaction, and if I place an order of 1,000 € with DEGIRO, the commission will be 3 €".

So, commissions are among the lowest ones in the market. 

Equivalent savings apply to shares trading at the New York Stock Exchange, Euronext, Xetra, or the London Stock Exchange, for example.

How to open an account with DEGIRO

Like any online service, opening an account to Invest in international financial assets with DEGIRO is an online process. It takes only a few minutes and requires uploading a document (Passport or ID) through the platform. DEGIRO does not charge fees for depositing and being a discount broker; it does not have a minimum deposit.

Where is DEGIRO regulated?

DEGIRO is supervised by the Netherlands Financial Markets Authority (AFM) and under the Dutch Central Bank's prudential supervision (DNB).

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