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The best stock trading apps and platforms in Singapore

We've analysed the apps and fees of major share trading platforms so you can quickly see the stand-outs.

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Name Product Brokerage Fee Tradeable Assets Market Access Trading Platform Offer
Interactive Brokers
SGX stocks: $2.50
US stocks: $1 per share
Stocks, ETFs, Futures, Bonds, CFD
SG, US, CA, AU, UK, IN, JP, HK, MX, FR & 17+ more
Client Portal, Trader Workstation, IBKR Mobile, IBKR GlobalTrader, Impact, IBKR APIs
CFD service. Capital at risk.
Take advantage of low trading fees, multiple platform support, and an extensive list of asset classes across global markets, including stocks, options, futures, forex, bonds, and funds.
OFFER
Syfe
SGX stocks: N/A
US stocks: $1.49 per trade (regular pricing)
Stocks, ETFs
SG
Syfe Trade
Get $60 when you sign up on Syfe Trade (minimum deposit of $2,000 and make one trade). T&Cs apply.
Saxo Markets
SGX stocks: $5
US stocks: $4
Stocks, ETFs, Bonds
SG, US, CA, UK, AU, HK, CN, SG, JP, IT & 16+ more
SaxoInvestor, SaxoTraderG, SaxoTraderPRO
Trade 19,000+ international stocks on global exchanges with brokerage fees as low as $5. Low-risk account is also available for beginners.
OFFER
Tiger Brokers
SGX stocks: $1.99
US stocks: $1.99
Stocks, ETFs, Options, Futures
SG, US, HK, CN, AU
Tiger Trade
Sign up and enjoy unlimited zero commission trades for US stocks for 180 days. T&Cs apply.
OFFER
moomoo
SGX stocks: $0.99 per order
US stocks: $0.99 per order
Stocks, ETFs, Funds, Futures
SG, HK, US, CN, AU
Moomoo
Access Singapore, Hong Kong, US stocks and ETFs with one account. Enjoy free level 2 market data and lifetime commission-free trading on US stocks.
Maybank Kim Eng
SGX stocks: $25
US stocks: $20
Stocks, ETFs, Bonds, CFD
SG, HK, MY, TH, US, UK
Maybank Trade, Maybank Trade +
CFD service. Capital at risk.
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There are a lot of different trading apps available if you plan to get started in share trading – We’ve rounded up Singapore’s leading stock trading apps to help you compare and find one that best suits your needs We’ve also covered what to look out for when comparing the apps, as well as updated this page to reflect the best apps available in 2022.

How to choose the best trading app

Sometimes, a trading app is considered the best because…well, it’s a great app and has loads of features. Most of the time, it’s down to your preferences and the features you’re looking for. You wouldn’t judge a goldfish on how well it can climb a tree, would you?

There are loads of different things that you should consider when choosing the best trading app for you, such as:

  • Fees and charges. Some platforms charge a flat fee, while others charge based on how much you invest.
  • What you can trade. Such as shares, ETFs and funds.
  • How easy the platform is to use. Some platforms are designed for more experienced investors, so might be quite complicated and difficult to use.
  • Market research and tools. The tools available on the platform can be helpful in understanding your investments.
  • Demo account. If there’s a demo account available then you can give it a go without putting down any real money, this is a nice touch if you’re a newbie to investing.

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Disclaimer: This information should not be interpreted as an endorsement of futures, stocks, ETFs, CFDs, options or any specific provider, service or offering. It should not be relied upon as investment advice or construed as providing recommendations of any kind. Futures, stocks, ETFs and options trading involves substantial risk of loss and therefore are not appropriate for all investors. Trading CFDs and forex on leverage comes with a higher risk of losing money rapidly. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain your own advice, before making any trades.

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