Excellent Deal: Fund Just S$300 For S$77 to S$770 Worth of Rewards With Webull… and I Met Webull’s CEO!

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Webull’s promo looks really good for the month of August 2023: simply open an account with the link below, fund S$300, and you’ll get between US$58 to US$580 (approximately S$77 to S$770 at the time of writing) worth of sign-up rewards!

It’s as simple as that – Webull is practically giving you free shares just to try out their app… and it is a big bonus that the app is easy to use while still being packed with features.

On top of that, I also got to attend a briefing by Webull’s global CEO himself, and it was quite illuminating to have a glimpse into how Webull operates.


Until 3.59PM 31st October 2023

9 days 21 hours 45 minutes 54 seconds left to grab this offer!

Register and open account with this link0 commission trades for US and HK markets for 183 days
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– AAPL US$50 each
– AMZN US$100 each
– GOOG US$1,000 each
Maintain funds for at least 30 days1 more free share

Get 0% commission and platform fee, and trade fractional shares from as low as US$5 per trade. Great for dollar-cost averaging small amounts!

Last updated 28th September 2023.

My takeaway from meeting with the CEO

Webull is really committed to the Singapore market – they invited a bunch of local fiNfLueNcErs and me to a small, cosy meeting with their global CEO who went through the various things Webull does for investors, particularly for entry-level investors. Through the briefing, I learnt that Webull even customises features for the locality they’re in to cater to investors’ habits and preferences in the region.

In Singapore, some of the features they have rolled out like Fractional Trading and Regular Savings Plan make investing very accessible to even the smallest of budgets. Fractional Trading means you can buy popular stocks in fractions, reducing your capital outlay, and Regular Savings Plan lets you invest on a regular basis without having to do it yourself manually.

You really need to invest automatically

It is my belief that investing is something that needs to be automatic and done on a regular basis, and using Webull’s Regular Savings Plan achieves this. Even as someone who is supposedly more attuned to such things, I tend to second-guess myself every now and then and miss out on investing when I should have.

My portfolio was built over a couple of years in huge part due to the fact that I set up automatic investing. I also invested as and when I felt like it, and I think that my investment figures would look a lot better now had I increased the amount I set aside each month rather than relied on such ad-hoc, haphazard investing.

Try the app out yourself

If you have always been keen on investing but haven’t quite started, Webull is a great place to try it out. Not only do you get great rewards from signing up, the app has a lot of free resources for you to pick up investing.

This month’s promo is quite fuss-free too, so sign up before the promo changes!

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