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At present, there are only two investment platforms in Britain offering this: Trading
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FTSE 100
The cost of buying and selling shares has fallen steeply since the start of the 2000s
thanks to a digital revolution.

In the not too distance past, investors who wanted to buy and sell stocks and shares
would have to do this through a stockbroker or a financial adviser who took a
sizeable chunk of commission with every deal.
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But times changed and online DIY investing platforms give investors the ability to
buy and sell at their fingertips, whether  from the comfort of their computer or even DON'T MISS
their phone. Why does Trustpilot
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The cost of buying and selling shares has fallen over time, but still remains sizeable Argos scores almost 5
at some platforms, with Hargreaves Lansdown charging £11.95, Interactive Investor We look at whether you
can trust reviews for firms
£10 and AJ Bell £9.95. Halifax-owned iWeb deserves and honorable mention as it that do AND don't pay.
charges just £5
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Trading 212 and Freetrade both have an eye-catching offer designed to pull the charges.
customers in: neither charges a penny to buy or sell shares.

But why offer this and who are these two firms?  We eat food everyday
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For Trading 212, it was a case of adding another string to its bow when  contracts for Protecting the planet and
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hit by a regulatory crackdown.  SIMON LAMBERT.

'The Just Eat battle is

A CFD is a form of derivative trading that allows you to speculate on the rising or a bonanza for
falling prices of global financial markets, such as forex, indices, commodities, shares shareholders but
choosing between
and Treasuries. It carries a higher level of risk compared to conventional shares and cashing in now and
gambling on a bright
bonds investments.  future is a tricky one'
Crucially, investors do not buy shares but use derivatives to either simply mimic
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prices, or magnify moves through the use of leverage, as borrowed money is bed London flat in a
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New European rules, which came into effect in August last year, have reduced the shutters and park
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Trading 212 became the first retail broker in Britain to introduced a commission-free share was hit in the eye by a
dealing service in 2017. golf ball, operated on
and told not to fly
In the case of Freetrade, commission-free share dealing, either through a standard
account or Isa, is the only service the digital broker currently offers. It plans to
Dunkirk veteran
expand into new areas in future. It's free to open an Isa account until July 2019. The Bernard Bannon, 98,
lost thousands to a
cost will be £3 thereafter. cynical junk mail
Both challenger investment platforms have adopted this model as a carrot to tempt So we tracked down the
firm behind it to a Cote
customers away from established rivals, such as Hargreaves Lansdown, Interactive d'Azur HQ and confronted
the owner.
Investor and AJ Bell.
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The average commission charged by five of the largest online share-dealing freehold: The sale of
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platforms run at £8.31 per trade, with leading brokers such as Hargreaves Lansdown been banned...
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Commission-free sharing dealing looks set to further disrupt a market that is already be repaired with
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It's worth noting that Freetrade's and Trading 212 respective investment universe is Investment manager
relatively small compared to that of more established rivals.  Vanguard slashes
tracker fees as it
launches a price war to
A total of 335 stocks, ETFs and investment trusts sit on the Freetrade platform. The cash in on Woodford
selection comprises of 122 US stocks and 136 UK securities - including 33 investment
trusts and 44 ETFs. The firm expects to increase this figure on an ongoing basis.  

Meanwhile, Trading 212 hosts more than 1,800 investment opportunities comprising SPONSORED CONTENT
shares in companies based in the UK, the US and in some European markets, as well Smart money in Asia is not
as ETFs.  in Hong Kong
Janus Henderson Investors
To put this into perspective, Hargreaves Lansdown offers 1,643 UK shares, 7,184
overseas shares, 1,170 ETFs and 386 investment trusts.
How to get the most out of
Crucially, neither Trading 212 or Freetrade allow you to invest in investment funds or your pension. Follow these
useful tips.
individual corporate bonds outside an ETF. 
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Hargreaves, meanwhile, hosts 470 corporate bonds plus 7,099 funds from the UK
and abroad. 

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Both Trading 212 and Freetrade offer an Isa wrapper, but neither offer a self invested
personal pension.  +99
How do these platforms make money?
Ivan Ashminov, co-founder of Trading 212, told This is Money that actual trading Share
costs are less than £1, so waiving trading commission does not have a detrimental

The charges levied on the platform's other services should more than cover a
shortfall from these costs, he added. SAVING CALCULATORS
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out for additional services that it Investors are free to move DIY
develops down the line, such as robo- investing platform and should track INVESTING: DON'T MISS
advice on which stocks to buy.   down the one that is best for their
'Woodford should
needs. hang his head in shame,
Customers of newcomer Freetrade can I don't know how he
However, they need to be aware of sleeps at night'
only trade shares without incurring a Investors are boiling with
fees for moving from their existing anger and regret - here
broker charge if transacted outside an Isa
platform and from one they sign up to are some of their stories
wrapper through it's 'basic trade' service. 
if they don't like it. 
The impact of the
Basic trade means the buys and sells are Investors should calculate the Woodford debacle goes
far beyond people with
aggregated and dealt around 4pm every potential annual saving they would money locked-up in his
make by switching and a reasonable failed fund, says ALEX
expectation of investment growth
This isn't a huge problem if you plan on under the new platform against the
holding shares for a long time, but more cost of moving and any exit fees. Should you ditch a
fund that axes its
experienced investors often want to be manager?
Things like customer services offered What investors should do
able to trade instantly at a set price.  when the captain jumps
by the respective platforms may seem
ship or gets pushed
like a small detail but can make the
Free trades are never quite world of difference. 
free The best tonic for your
Investing in the brands
There is no such thing as a free trade. you know can pay
dividends, even if there
Period. are bumps in the road

This is because of a concept called the bid-offer spread, which is essentially the gap
Property funds build
between the highest price a buyer is willing to pay you for shares and the lowest up 'war chests' of more
price a seller is willing to sell them to you for.  than 20% for market
volatility, with some
funds having almost a
You will pay closer to the higher price to purchase a share and sell nearer the lower third of their assets in
Can you REALLY get
The size of the gap depends on how liquid a share is, ie how easy it is to buy and sell, richer by going green?
and larger companies therefore tend to have tighter spreads. How to make money and
stick by your principles

These prices are different to the mid-price, which is the one you will generally see
quoted in market reports and headline share data.
Savers tempted by
At the time of publication, shares in Tesco were trading at  234.05p, however, the risky investment
adverts that don't reveal
offer was 234.1 and the bid was 234p.  The spread here is 0.04 per cent. Another cost they could lose money,
in buying shares is stamp duty charged at 0.5 per cent.  Which? investigation

When buying a foreign stock, you'll also have factor in the cost of the converting
currency. Trading 212 passes on the charge at the spot rate. Whereas Freetrade Fear of a stock market
crisis is preying on the
charges spot rate plus 0.45 per cent on these transactions.   'pension freedom'
generation living on
their investments

Can it ever be worth

spending £250k to

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The saying 'there's no such thing as a free lunch' certainly applies here. While basic shares held in pensions
share dealing services are free any bells and whistles cost more and there is the and Isas, analysis shows

spread and tax to take into account. 

How the 20 top funds
have sunk by more than
Also, free trading may tempt you to change your investment style and invest more £29billion as they fall
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frequently than necessary. Doing so can increase internal costs and potentially with savers
hinder your long-term returns. 

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service that it offers, along with administration charges and dealing fees, plus any could be getting a Brexit
other extra costs. Fall in the pound lifts
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Trading 212
Trading 212, which was founded in Bulgaria 16 years ago, has operated an
online commodities and currency trading platform in the UK for five years. The
firm became the first retail broker in Britain to introduced a commission-free
share dealing service in 2017. The investment industry's world of abbreviations...
Acc: Accumulation - any income generated by the fund
like dividends or interest is automatically reinvested.
The service, now called, Trading 212 Invest, provides access to stocks and Inc: Income - any income generated is distributed by the
fund instead of being reinvested.
ETFs across the world’s leading stock exchanges and currencies, including Dis: Distribution - any income generated is distributed by
cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, and commodities.  the fund instead of being reinvested.
R: Retail - the fund is aimed at ordinary investors.
I/Inst: Institutional - the fund is aimed at corporate
Costs  investors like pension funds.
A, B, M, X etc: Different fund houses use letters for
different things. Check with them what they stand for.
Trading 212 doesn't levy an administration fees on trades, The only costs to be NT/No trail: Some fund houses use this name on clean
funds which carry no commissions for financial advisers,
aware of are the bid-ask spread and the foreign exchange spot price when supermarkets or brokers, just the fee levied by the fund
trading shares overseas. Money held in an Isa incurs no additional charge. manager. But other fund houses use different letters - I, D
or Y, for example - so you need to find out for yourself
which are clean funds.
Freetrade   Gr: Stands for gross.
GBP/£: Fund denominated in pounds.
EUR: Fund denominated in euros.
Freetrade was founded back in 2015 by Adam Dodds, a former KPMG USD/$: Fund denominated in US dollars.
Compiled with online stockbroker The Share Centre
manager, but officially launched its commission-free share dealing app in
September 2018. MOST READ MONEY
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In order to offer fee-free trading, Freetrade got an FCA licence and joined the facing an agonising wait
London Stock Exchange in order to processes its own 'basic' orders in bulk for our cash...
- because the DWP has a
each day at 4pm.   woeful backlog of
maternity pay claims.

Councils spend MORE
The online broker does not levy for trades that are aggregated and dealt on social care - but are
giving fewer elderly
around 4pm every day. UK and US shares cost £1 to trade instantly and a people help despite
being bombarded with
foreign exchange charge which comprises of the spot rate (the price quoted requests
for immediate settlement on a commodity, a security or a currency) plus 0.45
per cent. 
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Users will be able to trade 1,340 shares that sit on the platform without Share
incurring a broker fee. A spokesman for the firm said the service will land Metro Bank boss
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paying commission. The firm said the product would generate income from
premium subscriptions, which will give perks to paying customers, as well as
margin trading, securities lending and interest on cash held. No release date Cost of home
insurance cover has
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More volatile weather
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Nationwide scraps
accounts held by 1.6M
Low cost portfolios customers in savings
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