Many South Africans consider property first when you investment opportunities are presented. These days however, more South Africans are managing their investments through newly established online share trading platforms. Setting up a stock portfolio is no longer a luxury for only wealthy individuals. Some banking institutions have created platforms for novice investors to get a start.
One of these banks is Standard Bank.
How does Standard Bank Online Share Trading work?
It’s important to have a plan before investing. Seek the advice of a registered financial advisor first. It’s vital to get proper information so you can develop a clear strategy.
Consider what type of investor you are. Are you conservative or more aggressive?
Start by registering and opening your account.
Standard Bank offers an array of popular transactional products to enhance your trading an investment portfolio.
Standard Bank Online Share Trading offers options such as trading ordinary shares as well as derivatives on selected stocks, currencies and commodities.
The bank has a knowledge centre which offers courses on the basics of investing, technical analysis, general investment outlooks and trading skills. You can access all the general information and expert opinion you need to trade and invest derivatives with confidence.
The trading site is secure. The Software is completely up to date and all communication is 128-bit encrypted.
Only one person may be logged into your account at any time.
Operated by SBG Securities Proprietary Limited, Standard Bank Online Share Trading offers some of the most affordable online trading fees available. At R80 per month, there are low administration costs. Brokerage fees are competitive, while phone trades are available for R35.
To contact Standard Bank, call: 0860 123 000
Visit www.securities.standardbank.co.za to start trading and securing your financial future today.