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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Until 3.59PM 28th September 2023
6 days 22 hours 31 minutes 24 seconds left to grab this offer!
|Register and open account with this link||0 commission trades for US and HK markets for 183 days|
0 subscription fees for mutual funds
|Fund any amount||– TSLA US$3 each|
– AAPL US$8 each
– AMZN US$50 each
– GOOG US$100 each
|Maintain funds for at least 30 days||5 sure-win shares|
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 8th September 2023.
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