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TradeZero fees explained

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Overview of TradeZero fees and charges

When trading or investing at an online broker, fees can have a big impact on your results, so it's good to know what kind of charges you'll be facing and how these compare to fees at other brokers.

If fees are your top concern, TradeZero is a good choice, as it has low fees in general. Check our toplist for cheaper brokers.

I found TradeZero's trading fees fairly low
Krisztián Gátonyi
Forex • Market Analysis • Algo Trading

I've personally tested dozens of global brokers, carefully looking at their fees not just on their website but also in the course of live trading. Here's how TradeZero fared:

  • TradeZero charges low fees for trading stocks and ETFs.
  • There is no inactivity fee even if you leave your account idle for a long time.
  • The basic withdrawal fee is $50, but some transactions may cost more.
  • Read our full review of TradeZero for info on safety, trading platforms and funding.
TradeZero fees at a glance
Assets Fee level Fee terms
US stock fee Low $0.99 flat fee for orders of up to 200 shares, commission-free above that
EURUSD fee - FX not available
US tech fund fee - Not available
Inactivity fee Low No inactivity fee

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TradeZero offers commission-free stock and ETF trading. Its fees are, on the whole, similar to its main competitors.
For orders to be commission free, they must meet the following criteria:

  • In case of limit orders, they must not create an immediate match.
  • The symbol must trade on the NYSE, AMEX or NASDAQ exchanges and must be greater than $1.
  • Orders must be for at least 200 shares.

Paid orders apply to:

  • Orders smaller than 200 shares: a $0.99 flat fee is charged.
  • All equity securities below $1: $0.005 per share with a $0.99 minimum and a $7.95 maximum charge up to 250,000 shares.
  • These conditions apply to all stocks, ETFs and warrants on the NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX.

Commission-free stock and ETF trading

TradeZero stock and ETF fees by market
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Low margin rates

TradeZero annual margin rates
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Low options commission

TradeZero stock index options commission
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No inactivity fee, high withdrawal fee

There is no inactivity fee - similarly to most competitors - but TradeZero charges a $50 withdrawal fee.

Inactivity fee
Withdrawal fee
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Author of this article

Krisztián Gátonyi

Forex • Market Analysis • Stock Market

I have 15 years of experience in proprietary trading, mainly in the interbank currency market as a foreign exchange risk manager. I'm actively involved in reviewing the 100+ brokers listed on our site. I personally open accounts with real money, execute trades, test customer services. I hold an MSc in International Business from the University of Middlesex. My purpose is to help people find the best investment provider.

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