Find and trade in shares through our professional trading platform at the most important stock exchanges in the world at more than 120 markets. You can trade in shares at the Xetra stock exchange from EUR 3.95 including all fees via Agora direct. You can trade in US shares at the NYSE or NASDAQ from US$ 2.50 including all fees.
|Stock exchanges (countries)||Order fees||Minimum||particularities|
|XETRA Germany||0,12%||3,85 EUR||All inclusive - max. € 99.00|
|XETRA Austria||0,14%||4,50 EUR||All inclusive - max. € 99.00|
|Frankfurt Stock Exchange FWB||0,14%||4,50 EUR||plus any exchange, settlement and regulatory fees|
|Stuttgart Präsenzbörse SWB||0,14%||4,50 EUR||plus any exchange, settlement and regulatory fees|
|TradeGate/Turquoise/ChiX/BATS||0,14%||4,50 EUR||plus any exchange, settlement and regulatory fees|
|Sonstige EUR-Aktien-Handel||0,14%||4,50 EUR||plus any exchange, settlement and regulatory fees|
|USA||0,019 USD||2,50 USD||per share (up to 500 shares) but only a maximum of 1.25% of the trading value|
|USA||0,009 USD||2,50 USD||per share (from 501 shares) but only a maximum of 1.25% of the trading value|
|USA - OTC-Werte / PINK||0,019 USD||5,00 USD||per share (up to 50,000 shares), max.1.25% of the trading value if applicable plus external fees|
|USA - OTC-Werte / PINK||0,009 USD||5,00 USD||per share (from 50,001 shares), max.1.25% of the trading value if applicable plus external fees|
|Switzerland||0,14%||9,98 CHF||All inclusive|
|Great Britain||0,14%||8,00 GBP||plus max. legal Stamp duty 0.5%|
|Poland||0,14%||14,95 PLN||All inclusive|
|Belgium||0,14%||4,50 EUR||All inclusive|
|France||0,14%||4,50 EUR||All inclusive|
|Ireland||0,14%||4,50 EUR||plus max. legal Stamp duty 1.0% Irish values are traded on LSE|
|Israel||0,20%||11,00 ISL||All inclusive|
|Italy||0,14%||3,95 EUR||All inclusive|
|Netherlands||0,14%||3,95 EUR||All inclusive|
|Austria||0,14%||3,95 EUR||Max. 120.00 €|
|Portugal||0,14%||3,95 EUR||All inclusive|
|Spain||0,14%||3,95 EUR||All inclusive|
|Norway||0,14%||25 NOK||All inclusive|
|Russian Federation||0,14%||150 RUB||All inclusive|
|Sweden||0,14%||15 SEK||All inclusive|
|Estonia||0,14%||14 EUR||All inclusive|
|Latvia||0,14%||14 EUR||All inclusive|
|Lithuania||0,14%||14 EUR||All inclusive|
|Hungary||0,17%||345 HUF||All inclusive|
|Canada||0,019 CAD||5,00 CAD||per share (up to 500 shares) but only a maximum of 1.25% of the trading value|
|Canada||0,009 CAD||5,00 CAD||per share (from 501 shares) but only a maximum of 1.25% of the trading value|
|Canada / Pennystocks||0,019 CAD||5,00 CAD||per share (up to 50,000 shares), max.1.25% of the trading value if applicable plus external fees|
|Canada / Pennystocks||0,009 CAD||5,00 CAD||per share (from 50,001 shares), max.1.25% of the trading value if applicable plus external fees|
|Mexico||0,14%||80 MXN||All inclusive|
|India||0,14%||105 INR||All inclusive, Handel nur für indische Staatsbürger möglich|
|Japan||0,14%||600 JPY||All inclusive|
|Singapore||0,14%||6,00 SGD||All inclusive|
|Hongkong||0,14%||25 HKD||All inclusive|
|China||0,14%||60 CHN||All inclusive|
|Australia||0,14%||11,50 AUD||All inclusive|
Shares represent the documented right that the owner of a share has a proportional part of the ownership of a share company. Shares can be traded at one or several stock exchanges or even outside stock exchanges.
The interested party can purchase shares by specifying a price and a number of shares. This puts them in what is known as a long position. They expect the share value to increase so that they can sell the share for a higher price at a later point in time.
If the interested party does not expect the value of a share to rise or remain constant, they have the opportunity to bet on a falling price. They achieve this by a so-called short sell of the share concerned. That is to say, this is nothing other than the fact that they will sell the share for a certain price. They open a short position. The broker lends the shares to be sold to the seller and the latter sells this share and obtains cash in return. The seller can sell the share more cheaply at a later time and then return it to the broker.
In both cases, the share was bought for a particular price and sold at a higher price. The only difference is the time of the trading activities.
Apart from the normal share trading fees, no additional fees are incurred with short selling. But it is possible that the party lending the shares may normally demand a small lending fee. This may be the case, e.g. before the announcement of any dividend payment.
It goes without saying that we are seeking to expand the range on offer constantly. However, it is possible that not all the shares/stocks are available because of certain rules at individual stock exchanges. Please use our product search facility to check, whether the share you want is tradable .
Please note that for dividend payments, the short seller is called on to pay the dividend. In return, the share price is subject to a dividend payout, from which the short seller benefits.
If you have any questions or require some explanation, please contact us on stock exchange trading days on the following number: +49 (030) 789 59 75 - 0 or make use of our contact form.
No partial trading fees if you purchase 2,000 shares in one order on one trading day.
Handling the order:
500 shares on Monday at 9.05 a.m. 500 shares on Monday at 11.30 a.m. 500 shares on Monday at 2 p.m. 500 shares on Monday at 4.30 p.m. 1 order fee
A partial trading fee if you purchase 2,000 shares in one order on two trading days.
Handling the order:
1,000 shares on Tuesday at 4 p.m. 1,000 shares on Wednesday at 9.05 a.m. 2 order fees
Example of euros (Xetra stock exchange:
260 shares at EUR 12.50 = EUR 3.90 in trading fees 15,000 shares at EUR 0.25 = EUR 4.50 in trading fees
Example of US dollars:
250 shares at USD 45.00 = US$ 4.75 in trading fees 10,000 shares at USD 0.02 = US% 2.50 in trading fees