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Free International Stock Brokage @ Nabtrade

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Nab trade is offering free brokage on international stock trades. This is very cool stuff for all those novice investors out there. All you have to do is sign up to nab trade. Create an account and transfer money into the account to trade. They are also offering competitive FX trades aswell.

Every been interested in buying some of the big boys stockse.g: Facebook, apple, or exxon. Please seek independent financial advise.

As stated on the website

With nabtrade, access:

  • One platform. One experience.
  • More international research and insights.
  • A competitive FX rate.

Fineprint:

Free international brokerage applies to all executed international trades placed online between 5 August 2015 and 31 October 2015. International trades include buy or sell trades placed on the Hong Kong, German, UK and US exchanges. Each international trade will include a foreign exchange conversion spread of between 0.50% to 0.80% on the trade transaction value.

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  • If i've already got some international shares, can I sign up and use this to sell my shares??

    and if my shares are in USD, will be sale proceeds also be in USD? (i dont want to convert to AUD and get ripped on exchange)

    oh answeR:
    Each international trade will include a foreign exchange conversion spread of between 0.50% to 0.80% on the trade transaction value.

  • Great question! you would have to speak with nab trade and find out how to transfer your stocks to there brokage service first.

  • +5

    Nab trade is offering free brokage on international stock trades

    They'll make it back on their ridiculous currency conversion fees…

  • Would have been handy when the USD was weak.

    • The aussie is expected to drop against the green back

      The advice provided on this website is general advice only. It has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on this advice you should consider the appropriateness of the advice, having regard to your own objectives, financial situation and needs.

  • Careful when selling foreign shares.

    Pretty sure you need to submit this form and have it verified

    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw8ben.pdf

    • +1

      NAB has some umbrella agreement in place where each account does not need to complete this separately

  • 'This is very cool stuff for all those novice investors out there.'

    lols.

    • Lol… is this ozbarginers or Oztrollers.

  • Bunch of traders!

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  • -1

    This is very cool stuff for all those novice investors out there

    Quite the opposite, not only is it in markets you aren't aware of, with regulatory risk you will be unaware of, you have forex risk. This is not advice but you can gain exposure to international shares via any number of ETF's on the ASX.. a much better option for any "novice investors out there"

    • +2

      gain exposure to international shares via any number of ETF's on the ASX.. a much better option for any

      Quite the opposite, not only is this not owning international stocks but it is boring and general in nature. So many negitive nancys today.

      • He does make a valid point

        • Not so much. In that those ETFs recommended would suffer from the same regulatory risk (if investing in the same market), and also have the same forex risk.

          So, while there can be some advantages to international ETFs, the reasons given don't make them a much better option. In fact they're just the same for those risks.

  • +1

    If it's not Brokage don't fix it?

  • +1

    The free international brokerage applies to existing customers as well, got an email the other week. A nice change from offers being for new customers only.

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