The net is a big place, and researches are often hard.
A lot of choices, a lot of alternatives and that’s the good news.
But also a lot of scams and misinformation and that’s the hard part.
So we’ve been around for a while and we checked several brokers, to understand where we can start exchange stocks once we decided to invest.
The role of the broker can make the difference at the end of the day. If it’s fast, fees are low, graphs are clear.
In Europe, we find this broker: DeGiro.
Is not the only one that’s interesting but it’s the less expensive and one of the clearest. Maybe its charts are not enough detailed for whom the scalping is “the technique” , but you can still use an external software or website to make your technical analysis such as TradingView
Back to the price, on the European market the fees are 0,04€ and if you buy something of the American Market is around 0,50€.
For US citizen, Fidelity is one of the cheapest: 4,95$ per option trade.
Both of them are very used and safe, and the operate on a loads of products: international stocks, mutual funds, options, bonds and ETFs, CFD, PEA.
Don’t go TRADEZERO, is cheap but customer service is not helping and platforms are often not working. They don’t support iOS neither. And is offshore, better not to risk.
Anyway, before you start, study a lot and understand what you are doing and what you are buying. Manage your risks your risks with stop loss order and take profit before is too late.