Imagine you wanted to trade Apple stocks. As company stocks are issued as whole units, historically, this meant that you had to buy a whole unit of an Apple stock in order to start trading. Not only can this be expensive, but it also creates barriers to entry for new investors.
With fractional trading, you no longer have to trade in full units of stocks. You can now enjoy the flexibility to trade the most popular stocks in sizes that range from as low as 0.1 (1/10th), meaning you can now go long or short on a fraction of an Apple share. And the best part? Fractional trading is commission-free. All you pay is a small, tight spread.
Fractional trading is also available on all popular indices, including DAX30, FTSE100 and S&P500 as well as forex and commodity markets.