According to a new independent review, the new wave of UK trading apps are up to 20 times cheaper than the four largest traditional trading platforms. Sifted, a website on the European startup scene that is backed by the Financial Times, commissioned us to analyze stock trading costs, testing the hypothesis that cheaper “wealthtechs” will force a price war in a bid to bring trading to the masses.
We compared four leading fintech apps – eToro, Freetrade, Revolut and Trading 212 – with the four main incumbents – AJ Bell YouInvest, Hargreaves Lansdown, Interactive Brokers and Interactive Investors.
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