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Why trade CFDs with Saxo?
Go long or short on 9,000+ instruments with tight spreads and low commissions.
Benefit from an easy-to-use mobile platform with powerful trading tools and innovative risk-management features.
Increase your buying power by trading on margin. Invest just a small a percentage of the total order and we'll provide the remaining liquidity.
Go long or short
Back your conviction. Buy or sell 9,000+ instruments with tight spreads and low commissions.
Access 9,000+ CFDs at ultra-competitive prices
ASX Single Stocks
|0.08% (min. AUD 8)||0.06% (min. AUD 6)||0.04% (min. AUD 5)|
US Single Stocks
|0.08% (min. USD 8)||0.06% (min. USD 6)||0.04% (min. USD 3)|
US Tech 100 NAS
|0.10% (min. GBP 8)||0.07% (min. GBP 7)||0.05% (min. GBP 5)|
Fees & Trading
Yes, it's free to open an account with Saxo.
Depending on the asset class, the cost of trading a CFD is primarily based on a combination of three factors:
- The spread, which is the difference between the bid price and the ask price of the instrument.
- The commission, which is the fee charged by the broker
- The financing cost of the additional liquidity provided by the broker when trading with margin
See our commissions and financing costs
Furthermore, minor and/or local fees can apply such as taxes, exchange fees and execution fees.
There is no minimum order size for CFD index trackers.
You can trade CFDs exactly like you'd trade stocks. You can buy or sell, use stop-loss orders and apply more complex strategies directly from the Trade Ticket in our platform.
Our platform offers you all the tools and information you need to find trade inspiration: data, news and analysis by our SaxoStrats team, charts, Trade Signals by Autochartist and much more - and it's all free of charge.
Secure & trusted broker
When opening an account with Saxo, you can trade all our asset classes on industry-leading prices, through award-winning platforms and with expert state-of-the-art digital service solutions. We offer three account tiers depending on your trading volume and frequency. Read more about our account tiers.
Your Saxo account will provide access to more than 37 exchanges, 40,000 instruments and all asset classes, including FX, CFDs, ETFs, stocks, bonds and more. Find out about our range of tradable markets.
We profit when you profit, and we never take positions that go against our clients. We make money on single-stock CFDs from commissions and financing, and the commissions work exactly like on stocks. The financing cost is incurred when using margin for trading. When you’re trading on margin, where only a fraction of your capital is posted as collateral, you pay a small margin fee to the brokerage providing the additional liquidity.
For other asset classes, you can see the fee structures
Getting started is easy
assets under management
Saxo - Licensed, secure and stable
When you open a Saxo account, you’re joining a financially stable partner, who serves clients in over 120 countries, holds USD 16 billion assets under management and processes more than one million client transactions every day.
When you choose Saxo, you’re choosing to trade with a fully regulated industry leader, who adheres to strict regulatory requirements in 15 jurisdictions, including Denmark, the UK and Australia. Learn more about our licenses.