Invest in Stocks and ETFs with Admirals and never miss a market move

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Stock and ETF Investing

Short term to long term.

From beginner to advanced level.

Tools and Features

Trading Platform

  • Cross-device investing apps

    Our desktop, web, and mobile platforms are designed to fit any life style. Manage your investments anywhere, anytime.

  • Powerful trading tools

    Analyse, optimize and manage your risk with trading tools tailored to your needs.

  • Market data

    Receive real-time prices at no extra cost and keep up with all market moves.

Fractional Shares

  • Start with as little as €1

    Allocate any investment capital with the precision of 1/100th of a share.

  • Diversification made easy

    Create a perfectly balanced portfolio on even smaller amounts.

  • Put your capital to its best use

    Never stay underinvested because some stock is too high.

Why Admirals?

Products
Products

Over 4500 instruments from top 15 exchanges to support your investment ideas.

Education
Education

Interactive courses and webinars - great plan for the future goals.

Pricing
Pricing

Invest from just $0.02 per share on US stocks with 1 commission-free trade per day.

World Markets – in the palm of your hand

Take advantage of a wide selection of shares and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) of publicly traded companies in both domestic and international markets.

Australia (ASX)

Australia (ASX)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 8 AUD

Austria (VIE)

Austria (VIE)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

Belgium (Euronext)

Belgium (Euronext)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

Denmark (CSE)

Denmark (CSE)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 30 DKK

Finland (NASDAQ)

Finland (NASDAQ)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

France (Euronext)

France (Euronext)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.10% / 1 EUR

Germany (Xetra)

Germany (Xetra)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.10% / 1 EUR

Japan (TSE)

Japan (TSE)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1250 JPY

Netherlands (Euronext)

Netherlands (Euronext)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

Norway (NASDAQ)

Norway (NASDAQ)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 10 NOK

Portugal (Euronext)

Portugal (Euronext)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

Spain (BME)

Spain (BME)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 EUR

Sweden (NASDAQ)

Sweden (NASDAQ)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 10 SEK

Switzerland (SWX)

Switzerland (SWX)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.15% / 1 CHF

United Kingdom (LSE)

United Kingdom (LSE)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.10% / 1 GBP

United States (AMEX)

United States (AMEX)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.02 USD per share / 1 USD

United States (ARCA)

United States (ARCA)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.02 USD per share / 1 USD

United States (BATS)

United States (BATS)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.02 USD per share / 1 USD

United States (NASDAQ)

United States (NASDAQ)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.02 USD per share / 1 USD

United States (NYSE)

United States (NYSE)

Volume Fee / Minimum

0.02 USD per share / 1 USD

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Frequently Asked Questions

Explore the most common questions asked by our users

Stock markets are the trading exchanges where shares of public listed companies/corporations are traded and where existing owners of shares can trade with potential buyers.

The primary purpose of investments is to ensure present and future financial security.

And as the stock market historically has delivered generous returns to investors over time, to take advantage of a growing economy and/or invest in fast-growing companies that appreciate value is the biggest pros of investing in stocks.

Technically, the process of buying a share in an ETF and buying a single stock within the Invest.MT5 account is exactly the same.

The difference between these two instruments is the extent of investors’ exposure to a particular market or sector of the economy. Whilst some companies are more successful than other direct competitors, the investor’s portfolio of a single company stock remains solely reliant on the performance of the management of this company.

At the same time, ETFs offer investors the possibility to diversify issuer risk related to stocks and to gain exposure to the entire sector of the economy, as if the investor was buying stocks of all the relevant companies of this sector.

Instead of making dozens and even hundreds of transactions in the stocks of relevant sector companies, an investor may choose to buy a share in the thematic ETF by executing a single transaction, thus saving on trading fees and gaining the desired exposure level.

To get started on your investment journey, choose a strategy based on the capital you are willing to invest, the timelines for your investment goals, and the risk level that is acceptable for you.

Companies issue whole units of stocks, called shares, which are traded on the public market for investors to buy. People invest in shares to generate returns through capital growth and dividend payouts, nonetheless, investing in the stock market carries risks.

You can invest in most liquid securities traded on exchanges outlined in Contract Specifications, typically with price above 1 USD.

We do not carry out a regular trading service to the instruments traded on alternative trading venues like OTC market and do not guarantee the capability to maintain the exposure of the holding positions on delisted stocks or/and stocks of formerly bankrupt companies.

Not at the moment, but we are working hard to enable this option for our clients in the future.

Read more about Stock and ETF investing

Learn about price-to-earnings ratios, dividend payments and technical and fundamental analysis. Our clients’ investment accounts feature daily news about earnings results and stock exchange news, making them well informed and well prepared for stock investing.

If you are new to stock market investing, save time and try our copy trading program to follow strategies that have been tested in real conditions.

New to investing? We’ve got you covered with education about investing in stocks in our tutorials section.

Admirals is committed to sustainability and supports several international initiatives to protect the environment.

The difference between an ETF and a mutual fund is that mutual funds are only executed once per day after the market closes. There is more about ETF investing in our educational articles.

Another way is to invest in Fractional Shares which cost a fraction of the price and test investment strategies. A third method is to research different stocks and sectors and decide which ones will perform well. Whichever way an investor goes, the best stocks for investing can be found on Admirals.