Last Call for Webull’s Highest US$150 Sign-up Offer

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Webull’s US$150 sign-up offer is its most generous and it has been offering this rate for a while now. Good things come to an end, however, and the deal was supposed to end with 2022. It has since been extended to 1st February 3.59PM which we are now fast approaching.

If you haven’t quite taken the time to look into this, this is your last chance to see why Webull is offering you a great sign-up gift just to try out their trading app.


Until 3.59PM 7th December 2023

4 days 2 hours 54 minutes 35 seconds left to grab this offer!

Register and open account with this link0 commission trades for US Stocks and ETFs for 31 days
0 subscription fees for mutual funds
Fund any amount🔥 2 Five free sharesTSLA US$8 each
AAPL US$50 each
AMZN US$100 each
GOOG US$500 each
Maintain funds for at least 30 days🔥 2 Five more free shares
Accumulate deposit with Moneybull before 29th December 2023 (3.59PM) and hold until 31st March 2024 (11.59PM)US$2,000: US$80 cash vouchers

US$100,000: US$3,000 cash vouchers
Please read the terms and conditions for exact details.

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 30th November 2023.

Makes investing easy and cheap

Not only are you getting a good sign-up offer, Webull also makes it very simple and cheap to invest. It currently charges no commission nor platform fee for US and Hong Kong stocks, which means you pay only regulatory fees. This makes your investing costs very minimal and you hence get to keep a lot more of your returns.

If you don’t like to manage your investments, Webull’s new feature also allows you to pick from a variety of mutual funds to invest in. Again, they currently charge no subscription, redemption, or platform fees, meaning you only pay the management fee of the fund house of the fund(s) you pick.

I would personally use Webull’s fractional trading feature to buy ETFs for a fuss-free way to diversify and invest. This feature, coupled with the lack of platform or commissions, makes investing even small amounts each time cost effective.


There are few things that are free lunches in the world, and this deal is as close as it gets these days. If you try the app and don’t like it, the lock-in period is very minimal at just 30 days.

Finally, every sign up goes directly to helping maintain this website and keeping it free, and I thank you for doing me this favour.

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