Best Swiss broker for international trading

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  • BenutzernameMoneyland User Questions
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Hi you all,

I am looking for the best Swiss broker for international trading (various stock exchanges). Which online broker charges the lowest fees for trades outside of Switzerland? Anything I should know about when choosing a broker?

 
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  • BenutzernameMoneyguru von moneyland.ch
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Greetings,

If you are an experienced trader and traded in international shares regularly, you could consider looking at non-Swiss brokers which specialize in the market you invest in. The brokerage fees charged by some foreign brokers are lower than those charged by the most affordable Swiss brokers. That could benefit investors who trade frequently and know their way around the stock market.

The biggest disadvantage of trading through foreign brokers is that you do not benefit from the same level of investor protection. The risk makes using specialized foreign brokers a poor choice for inexperienced traders.

You can easily find the Swiss brokers with the lowest costs for international trading through various investment vehicles using the moneyland.ch trading comparison. Select the profile "U.S. equities" or "European equities" to find the most affordable brokers for trading in those regions.

You can also select the "Individual profile" to enter the exact amount of trades in European or U.S. equities which you expect to make and the average value of trades to find out which Swiss brokers are the most affordable for your specific needs.

Best regards from Moneyguru

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