Admiral Markets Introduces Fractional Shares

Admiral Markets has introduced fractional stocks, helping those with a limited bankroll to invest in companies listed on the S&P500, NASDAQ, DAX40, and other popular indices. Traders can diversify their portfolios across different sectors and companies with a 1 USD/EUR minimum investment.

Trade Big Stocks At Small Prices

Fractional shares allow traders to buy a fraction of a company’s stock. So rather than purchasing a whole share, investors could buy a quarter of a share. This means that large US tech stocks, for example, that may have otherwise been out of your price range, could now be within your reach.

Over 700 stocks are available, including Google (GOOG), Amazon (AMZN), and Tesla (TSLA). You can also receive dividends, which are paid in proportion to the fraction of shares that you own.

Fractional shares trading at Admirals
Admirals – Fractional Stocks

Fractional shares at Admiral Markets can be as little as 1/100 of the full share price. And importantly, investors benefit from the same competitive commissions and trading fees.

Traders can buy fractional shares in the same way they buy full shares – through the broker’s MT4 and MT5 desktop, web and mobile platforms.

About Admiral Markets

Admiral Markets is an award-winning broker that launched in 2001. Hundreds of thousands of investors have opened accounts with the trading firm which is regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

More than 5000 instruments are available to traders, including thousands of stocks and shares, over 50 currency pairs, more than 25 commodities, plus a selection of global indices and cryptos.

The broker offers low-cost trading with spreads from 0.0 pips and low to zero commissions. Leverage up to 1:30 is available, though non-EU traders can access higher rates up to 1:500.

Admiral Markets offers a particularly good range of trading tools. This includes MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, MetaTrader Supreme Edition, and StereoTrader, which is suitable for day trading and scalping.

New traders can get started with a $100 deposit and Admirals accepts a range of popular payment methods, including wire transfer, bank cards, plus e-wallets like PayPal, Skrill, and Neteller.

Sign up with Admiral Markets today and start investing in fractional shares from $1.

  1. Admiral Markets is leading Forex and CFD broker offering the MT4 & MT5 platforms, low fees and extensive educational tools.

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