Best Swiss broker for European stocks

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  • BenutzernameMoneyland User Questions
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Which Swiss broker is best for trading shares in European companies? Which has the lowest costs? Swissquote, Saxo Bank, Strateo, Cornèr, Cash, Degiro? Some other broker?

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Swiss brokers generally offer access to major European stock exchanges, but costs vary between brokers. The two main costs you need to consider are custody fees (fees for securities accounts at custodian banks) and transaction fees (which include brokerage fees).

The Swiss broker comparison makes it easy to find the best broker for your specific needs.

Choose the profile "European equities" to find the cheapest brokers for trading on European exchanges based on average use.

You can find the best broker for your specific trading needs by selecting the "Individual profile" and entering the volume of trades you expect to make and securities you expect to hold.

Possible fee waivers, discounts and flat-rate fees are also accounted for.

Best regards from Moneyguru

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