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The zero-commission model

How does the zero-commission model work?

  • You pay $ 0,00 commission
  • Smart order routing to all available execution venues
  • Orders are always executed at the best bid and offer (NBBO rule)
  • No monthly inactivity fee


The mini-commission model

How does the mini-commission model work?

  • Exchange priority routing to the NYSE or the NASDAQ
  • You pay a small commission ($ 0,0035 per share, $ 0,49 per option, minimum $ 0,89)
  • Orders are always executed at the best bid and offer (NBBO rule)
  • No monthly inactivity fee

  When you open your investment account, you indicate which model you choose. You can always change later.


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Every order is executed at the best price available from multiple exchanges.

Freestoxx executes orders as dictated by the SEC's NBBO rule:

The National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO) is a Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation requiring brokers to trade at the best available (lowest) ask price and the best available (highest) bid price when buying and selling securities for customers. The National Best Bid and Offer is the bid or ask price that the average customer will see. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation NMS requires that brokers guarantee their customers this price.

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Broker comparison

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FREESTOXX DEGIRO Trade Republic Interactive Brokers
Commission per order
$ 0,00
$ 0,50
€ 1,00
$ 0,005 per share
Minimum $ 0,00 $ 0,50 € 1,00 $ 1,00
Currency conversion charge 0,00% 0,25% 0,00% $ 3,00
Order execution NBBO NBBO Market maker NBBO
Deviation market price + 266% average
Real-time market quotes
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