RoboMarkets launches zero commission on R StocksTrader

Rick Steves

The multi-asset European brokerage firm founded in 2012 specializes in seven different asset types and has nearly 300,000 registered trading accounts. 

RoboMarkets has launched multi-asset platform R StocksTrader, a tool that accommodates a wide selection of over 12,000 advanced instruments.

Zero commission trading on stocks if offered for customers using the R StocksTrader. Many retail traders have grown interested in moving to a 0% commission environment especially since Robinhood made such feature so popular.

12,000+ stocks and CFDs with automated corporate actions

The system encourages traders to invest in instruments while minimizing the fees associated with commissions, while aiding them in building automated strategies. This new paradigm is translated into a trading platform with the following functionality:

Trade Global Markets: Wide selection of over 12,000 stocks, CFDs on stocks, CFDs on Indices, CFDs on ETFs, and CFDs on Forex
Corporate Actions: Automated dividend payments and supported corporate actions (cash dividends, splits, mergers, and more)

Level II Market Depth and Time & Sales: Research and analyze market conditions with in-depth reports to aid in making informed investment decisions

Algorithmic strategy builder: Investment ideas transform into concrete actions. Provides automated investment strategies with easy-to-use tools.

Watchlists: Users can focus on instruments that pique their interest so they are in the loop for any fluctuations. They can add/remove instruments by editing the custom watchlists. The system is updated in real-time to avoid any lags in data. This tool aids the user in making faster and educated decisions that help them monitor their investments with ease.

Trading from the chart: Active Orders and Deals immediately matched with charts. The user-friendly appeals make it easy to edit stops and limit orders.

One-Click-Trading: Minimize the complications. Users can position themselves in the market quickly with predefined volumes saved for the instruments.

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RoboMarkets launched fractional shares

The CySEC-regulated broker has also rolled out a fractional trading feature as a way to lower the bar for young investors.

This new product offers an affordable gateway to invest in blue-chip shares and enables RoboMarkets’s investors to build portfolios of stocks, CFDs with low costs. The fractional trading feature eliminates the barriers that many investors face when trying to invest in a diversified portfolio of high-value securities.

The feature allows small-bucks traders to diversify their portfolios by spreading their relatively small capital over a broader range of stocks. The move, geared toward attracting more young clients, eliminates the barriers that many investors face as the brokerage split whole shares intentionally, so they can sell fractional shares.

RoboMarkets brand has emerged to separate the European offering of RoboForex from its international offering, mainly driven by new regulations adopted by the financial markets regulator ESMA, which ultimately created a different scene in the online retail trading industry.

The multi-asset European brokerage firm founded in 2012 specializes in seven different asset types and has nearly 300,000 registered trading accounts.

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