Saxo Markets vs eToro Comparison
For our 2022 Review, we assessed the best trading platforms in the UK for online share dealing. Let's compare Saxo Markets vs eToro.
Which broker is less expensive?
Alongside the cost per trade, most UK online brokers also charge a monthly, quarterly, or annual management fee, which varies based on the account type and balance. Based on our thorough review, eToro offers better pricing than Saxo Markets for share dealing.
Assuming a £30,000 portfolio size, here are the total annual costs for share dealing with both brokers, given different monthly activity scenarios.
5 trades per year - Saxo Markets would cost £142 per year, while eToro would cost £154 per year.
12 trades per year - Saxo Markets would cost £198 per year, while eToro would cost £154 per year.
36 trades per year - Saxo Markets would cost £390 per year, while eToro would cost £154 per year.
120 trades per year - Saxo Markets would cost £1062 per year, while eToro would cost £154 per year.
3 fund trades per year - Saxo Markets would cost £126 per year, while eToro would cost N/A per year.
Which broker offers a wider range of investment options?
Saxo Markets offers investors access to ISA, SIPP, Share Trading, CFD Trading, Funds, ETFs, Bonds - Corporate, Bonds - Government (Gilts) and Investment Trusts, while eToro offers investors access to Share Trading, CFD Trading, ETFs and Crypto Trading, neither have Spread Betting and Advisor Services. Investing encompasses a wide variety of asset classes, so finding a broker that offers every investment type you are interested in is important.
Which broker offers better research?
Our testing concluded that Saxo Markets is better for research than eToro. Saxo Markets offers more research options, including research reports, articles, and analyst ratings.
Which trading platform is better?
To compare the trading platforms of both Saxo Markets and eToro, we tested each broker's website, trading platform, trading tools and stock trading app. All features compared, Saxo Markets offers a better share dealing platform and Saxo Markets offers a better stock app for mobile trading.
Overall winner: Saxo Markets
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