Webull Deal: New Highest-Ever Sign-up Offer of US$150

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Webull’s deal for November is the trading app’s highest yet; get US$150 when you sign up and trade with Webull!

Webull is an easy-to-use trading app that currently charges zero commission or platform fees, reducing your investment costs significantly. It allows you to trade from as low as US$5 per trade with its fractional trading feature, which means you can dip your toes into investing with a small capital outlay.

It does not hurt that the sign-up offer is the most generous yet, with US$150 cash coupons you can use towards buying the stock that you want. This offer is slated to end 1st December 2022 at 3.59PM. Update: extended until 31st December 2022 11.59PM!

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Webull

Bonus Gifts until end of 30th June 2024

RequirementReward
Sign up and fund minimum initial of US$2,000 by end of 12th June 2024 and maintain until at least 30th June 2024S$150 vouchers or S$120 cash
Sign up and fund minimum initial of US$10,000 by end of 12th June 2024 and maintain until at least 30th June 2024S$270 vouchers or S$250 cash
First 40 applicantsAdditional
S$150 cash
via PayNow
Terms and conditions apply. ⚠️ Fill up SingSaver Rewards Redemption Form in email to qualify. No form = no reward!

Plus current Webull offer until 3.59PM 1st July 2024

ItemReward
 Register and open account with this link 0 commission trades for US Stocks and ETFs for 31 days
0 subscription fees for mutual funds
Welcome Promo (New Users)A) Deposit ≥US$2,000, complete 3 US buy trades and maintain until 31st July 2024; or

B) Deposit ≥US$10,000, complete 5 US buy trades and maintain until 31st July 2024
A) Get US$80 cash vouchers

B) Get US$400 cash vouchers
Moneybull Interest Booster (New Users) Deposit ≥US$100,0001.8% USD p.a. MoneyBull Interest Booster* for 180 days – up to US$3,500!
Transfer-in Promo
(New and Existing Users)
Participate in Transfer-in Promo and fill out Share Transfer Form

First transfer of shares and maintain for 90 days
a) Transfer US$5,000 worth: get US$50

b) Transfer US$10,000 worth: get US$200

c) Transfer US$50,000 worth: get US$500

b) Transfer US$150,000 worth: get US$1,500

Also get up to US$150 transfer fee subsidy
You can fund the equivalent in Singapore dollars using the rate SGD$1 = US$0.7297

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

^&*T&Cs Apply. ^Figures shown are based on a 5.2% 7-Day Yield (P.A.) of the USD Cash Fund in Moneybull as of 24 May 2024 plus a 1.8% Moneybull Interest Booster P.A. . Principal is not guaranteed. Returns are not guaranteed and not an indication of future performance. All investments involve risks and are not suitable for every investor. This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

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Last updated: 11th June 2024

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