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UK alternatives to Webull

The New York-based trading platform is not yet available in the UK or Europe, but here are the UK's leading alternatives.

UK alternatives to US trading app Webull

Webull is a trading app based in the US, and like its rival Robinhood, offers commission-free share trading, options and ETFs. But if you’re looking to trade, here are some of the UK’s most popular trading app alternatives to Webull.

What is Webull?

Founded in 2017, Webull is a New York-based trading app that offers free share trading with no minimum account deposits. It currently has over 11 million users in countries like the US, Brazil, Japan, and India, but has yet to make its way to the UK.

Alternative to Webull for its advanced trading platform: eToro

eToro offers commission-free stock trading, commodities and ETFs, as well as a social trading feature that lets you copy the trades of popular investors.

eToro Free Stocks

Zero commission and zero stamp duty with eToro

Other fees apply. Your capital is at risk.

  • Unlimited trades, with no dealing charges or management fees
  • Pay no stamp duty on UK shares (saving 0.5%)
  • Create an account today in a few minutes

Capital at risk

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Alternative to Webull for general trading: IG

IG is a feature-packed investing platform that lets you buy shares, open an ISA or pension and invest in ready-made portfolios. As such, it’s a solid option for both beginners and experienced investors, and also offers commission-free trades on US stocks.

IG Share Dealing

Buy and sell US shares with no commission with IG

Capital at risk, investments may fall

  • Invest in over 10,000 shares, funds and investment trusts
  • Low costs - Zero commission on US shares, £3 on UK shares
  • Support available 24 hours a day from Sunday to Friday
  • Open an account in a few minutes through website or app
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Alternative to Webull for global stocks: Fineco

Fineco has an advanced trading platform that offers access to more than 20,000 financial instruments, such as stocks, bonds and funds. It also has no minimum account deposits, and your first 100 trades are free.

Fineco

Get your first 100 trades commission free with Fineco

Fees apply. Your capital is at risk.

  • Market leading platform
  • No minimum deposit, no conversion fee, no monthly fee
  • Get £500 in trading commissions to use in the first 3 months (T&Cs apply)
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Alternative to Webull for its ISA: Freetrade

Freetrade is a user-friendly stock trading app that also lets you invest in ETFs and funds, and also open an ISA. With it’s colourful interface, it’s also an accessible option for beginner investors.

Compare share trading providers

Table: sorted by promoted deals first
Name Product Price per trade Frequent trader rate Platform fees Brand description
eToro Free Stocks
£0
N/A
£0
Capital at risk. 0% commission but other fees may apply. The minimum deposit with eToro is $50.
Hargreaves Lansdown Fund and Share Account
£11.95
£5.95
£0
Hargreaves Lansdown is the UK's number one platform for private investors, with the depth of features you'd expect from an established platform. The minimum deposit with HL is £1. Capital at risk.
Freetrade
Finder Award
Freetrade
£0
N/A
£0
Claim your free share worth between £3 and £200. Capital at risk.
Degiro Share Dealing
UK: £1.75 + 0.014% (max £5)
US: €0.50 + $0.004 per share
N/A
£0
Degiro is widely seen as one of the best low-cost share brokers, for people who are looking to trade regularly. The minimum deposit with Degiro is £0. Capital at risk.
interactive investor Trading Account
£7.99 (with one free trade per month)
£0
£9.99 per month
Interactive Investor offers everything most investors need. Its flat fees makes it pricey for small portfolios, but cheap for big ones. The minimum deposit with ii is £0. Capital at risk.
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All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. If you’re not sure which investments are right for you, please seek out a financial adviser. Capital at risk.

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