The moneyland.ch broker comparison and calculator tools are the only services of their kind in Switzerland. All major Swiss brokers licensed by FINMA are included, including online brokers and universal banks that provide stock market and trading services.
Brokers and stock trading: unbiased calculator
Complex algorithms calculate the individual costs associated with each broker, including transaction-based and volume-based brokerage fees, custody fees including VAT, account fees, deductions (stamp taxes), flat-rate offers and online-trading discounts.
Securities included in the comparison
Swiss stocks, Swiss ETFs, European stocks, U.S. stocks, bonds, structured products.
Securities trading: Things to pay attention to
- Pricing differences are surprisingly large. Using the most expensive trading platforms can be up to four times more expensive than working with the most affordable online brokers.
- Services offered by different brokers vary. You can use the filter criteria to sort brokers in the comparison results based on the stock exchanges and types of securities they work with, as well as additional brokerage services.
- You can request free and unbinding quotes and open free demo accounts directly on moneyland.ch. Additionally, you may benefit from limited discounts and special offers.
Stocks and securities trading: more information
Basis of calculation
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Stock market profits: taxable or not?
Custody fees at Swiss banks compared
Stock valuation: the basics
Stock trading: Common pitfalls
Stock exchange fees compared
Participate in the discussions and find the right answer to your question. Go to the trading forum
Trading profiles compared
Individual profile, passive portfolio (custody services only), occasional trader, frequent trader, day trader, Swiss stocks, European stocks, U.S. stocks, Swiss ETFs, bonds and structured products (get more information here).
Swiss universal banks included in the comparison
Bank Cler, Credit Suisse (Direct Net), Credit Suisse Invest Compact, Migros Bank, PostFinance, Raiffeisen, St. Galler Kantonalbank (SGKB), UBS, VZ Depotbank, Zürcher Kantonalbank (ZKB).
Last updated: April 2018