Trading with eToro Norge [Commission Free on Stocks trading at the Oslo Børs]

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

CFD Trading on several Asset Classes with eToro

eToro is an online broker offering one of the top trading platforms available in Norway. Founded in 2007, the company is headquartered in Cyprus, and its strong point in Norway is the offering of shares that trade at the Oslo Børs.


eToro is the most important Social Trading platform: It allows investors to research other users' investment strategies. When saying investment strategies, we are not only referring to general parameters but practically all trader's investment history, orders, traded financial assets, and track record (Earnings or historical losses).  With all this available info, eToro then allows users to "Copy" other users' portfolios and, in turn, will enable one to be copied by other users (as long as the profile is set up as public). This means that you may attract traders to invest in your trading strategies, which in turn generates money in the form of commissions.



Norwegian Financial Assets offered by eToro


  • Forex: eToro offers the EURNOK, USDNOK and SEKNOK pairs.

  • Stocks: eToro offers CFDs on 23 shares that trade in the Oslo Stock Exchange like Norwegian Air, Norsk Hydro, and YARA, to name 3 of the most traded ones.

  • Commodities: CFDs on 13 commodities, being Oil, the most popular among Norwegian traders.

Also, you may select NOK as your base currency, which will display your portfolio and orders in it, yet trades fulfil in USD (and then the result, converted to NOK).



International Forex & CFD instruments offered by eToro


  • Forex: +47 currency pairs – Majors, minors, and exotics.

  • Stocks: eToro offers +1,800 CFDs on Stocks from 12 major Stock Exchanges, among which there are the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, two of the most popular Stock Exchanges among locals.

  • ETFs: CFDs on 145 ETFs from iShares, Vanguard, PIMCO, Invesco, Market Vectors, Horizons, among other asset managers.

  • Commodities: CFDs on 13 commodities, being Gold and Oil the most popular among traders.

  • Indices: 13 major stock exchanges indices.

  • Cryptocurrencies: CFDs on 17 cryptocurrencies.

  • Thematic Portfolios: eToro offers CFDs on 19 Trading ideas [Portfolios] like Food And Drink, eSports, 5G among others.

  • Social Trading: As mentioned before, eToro offers the possibility of acquiring portfolios developed by other traders using the platform via it's 'CopyPortfolio' feature.



Is eToro a trustworthy broker?


eToro is regulated in the UK, US, Cyprus and Australia:


  • eToro (UK) Ltd. is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA),

  • eToro (Europe) Ltd. is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and retains a cross border license from the CySEC to offer its services in member states of the European Economic Area, and outside of it.

  • Member of the NFA (National Futures Association).

  • eToro USA is operated by eToro USA LLC, registered with FinCEN as a Money Services Business.

  • eToro Australia Pty Ltd is regulated by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).


UK's FCA is considered the strictest regulator globally, implying that eToro is a very reliable Broker, since it has to comply with robust regulation on its operation and customer care.



eToro's CopyTrader Platform


Since eToro's Social Trading platform was launched in 2010, the Broker has incorporated many improvements to its platform, including the possibility of choosing the leverage level of each trade, the opportunity that any average Joe may receive commissions when copied by other investors [By becoming a 'Popular Investor']. eToro's Trading platform also allows 'copying' thematic portfolios in the "CopyPortfolios" section. Among some of the thematic portfolios available, some invest in Cryptocurrencies, Medicinal Cannabis, Travel Industry, BioTech, Internet, Drones, among many others.


Bid and Ask order types available on eToro's Platform


When trading any financial instrument, eToro's Trading platform allows the following functionalities:


  • Take Profit: When using this functionality, you may specify a maximum value when the trade should be closed automatically. In other words, if a financial asset rises, the trader can "protect the profits" by cashing in the profits.

  • Stop Loss: Alternatively, when using the Stop Loss functionality, a minimum price should be specified at which the position traded on the financial instrument should be closed automatically. In other words, if the financial asset's price falls, the trader can minimise the losses of the trade to the specified price level.

  • Limit Order: You may use a limit to buy or sell a stock at a specific price or better. A buy limit order is executed at the limit price or lower, and a sell limit order is completed at the limit price or higher.

  • Leverage Level: eToro's platform allows Traders to choose each trade's leverage level. Depending on the instrument, the level of available leverage will vary. In particular, when you select leverage level 1 for equity markets, you are acquiring an instrument as you would obtain the actual stock.

eToro's trading platform is simple to use and has an excellent user experience.

Opening a CFD trading account with eToro from Norway


As well as any other online service, opening an eToro Forex and CFD trading account from Norway is a process that takes only a few minutes and requires uploading an ID (Passport or ID-Kort) and a proof of address (electricity, water bills, etc.) through eToro's website. Should everything be approved by eToro, the account would be operational in less than a day. You may deposit and withdraw money through:


  • Credit Cards

  • Bank Transfers

  • PayPal

  • Skrill

  • Neteller

  • WebMoney

  • UnionPay


Opening a Demo Account is free, so you may try the Demo, test it, and then decide whether you will deposit funds or not. 



eToro's Minimum Deposit in Norway


We have saved some good news for the last paragraph: Opening an account with Real funds requires € 200 only (Or the equivalent in NOK). Good luck, and we hope you make money with this popular Trading Platform.


Update on eToro's minimum deposit (Jan 11th, 2021): eToro has seen an unprecedented demand for its services from new users. To manage demand and ensure the existing community of 17M registered users can continue to access eToro’s services uninterrupted, the minimum deposit for new users was temporarily increased to $1000.


Update (Jan 15th, 2021): New temporary minimum of $500.


Update (Jan 18th, 2021): Minimum amount changed back to $200.

Trade Forex, Shares, Commodities, ETFs and more with eToro

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