• Trade more.
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    Now you can trade CFDs as low as 6 USD per trade.

    Saxo Bank unveils a new price structure that
    rewards active traders for their loyalty.
    Make 100 trades or more per month to qualify
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TRADE CFDs FROM AS LOW AS 6 USD*

Broad market coverage

Our range comprises more than 9,000 CFDs including Single Stocks, Stock Indices and Commodities – allowing you to apply your insight to the most relevant global assets and markets.

Tight spreads, low commission

Buy or sell with some of the tightest spreads available, and enjoy low commission on Single Stocks and zero commission on Stock Indices.

Leverage

Get the same market exposure as traditional stock trading but on less capital. Trade with up to 50:1 leverage and maximise your trading flexibility and opportunities.

Rates & conditions Standard Active*
CFD SINGLE STOCK - Commission from
NASDAQ & NYSE 2 cps (min. 20 USD) 6.00 USD
London Stock Exchange 0.10% (min. 8 GBP) 5.00 GBP
Deutsche Börse (XETRA) 0.12% (min. 12 EUR) 9.00 EUR
CFD INDEX TRACKER - Minimum spreads
US 500 0.90 0.40
UK 100 1.00 0.85
Germany 30 1.50 1.00
See all rates

Saxo Bank Features

Smart Order Routing

We execute Equity and CFD orders via SORs (Smart Order Routers), which are sophisticated algorithms placing orders across multiple venues in order to achieve the best result. To minimise market impact and improve quality of execution, SORs execute across regulated markets (Exchanges), MTFs and other liquidity venues.

Algorithmic Orders

Algorithmic Orders are especially useful for larger or more advanced single stock CFD orders. They used algorithmic equations to independently execute order transactions most efficiently, according to the client’s chosen strategy. They can also break down an order into smaller parts to avoid showing the full size of the order.

Stocks as Margin Collateral

When trading CFDs you can use a percentage of your Stocks, ETFs or Bonds value as margin collateral and increase your market exposure.

​​​​​A range of CFD types to complement your strategy

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CFD Single Stocks

Trade APPLE, GOOGLE and 8,840 other single stocks on the world’s leading markets. With Single Stock CFDs, it’s possible to go short in a falling market, and since CFDs are traded on margin, you’re able to profit from even small market movements. The low margin requirements allow you to leverage up to 10X (on as little as 10% margin requirement).

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Stock Indices

With Index-tracking CFDs, you can trade 29 stock indices like DAX, SP500 and FTSE100 on real-time prices in one go. This gives you more cost-efficient market exposure than trading individual shares. Get up to 50X leverage (on as little as 2% margin requirement), very competitive Bid/Ask spreads and no additional commissions.

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Commodities

It’s just as simple to trade commodities as any other CFD. Select from the most liquid commodity markets within energy, agriculture, metals, softs and emissions and get direct exposure to the underlying commodity with all the CFD benefits. No commission or trading fees, either. And with Saxo, you’re not constrained by pre-defined lot sizes. Want to trade 25 barrels of oil instead of the Futures minimum trade size of 500 barrels? No problem.

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Forex, Bonds and ETFs

You can also trade FX and Bonds as CFDs: all costs are built into the spread, there are no commissions, as little as 2% margin requirement and a minimum trade size of 5,000 notional value for FX or 50X the index for Bonds. Or trade 675 ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) as CFDs to trade on margin and gain the ability to short sell it if you believe that price will fall.

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Product Risk

​Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red.

A CFD is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk. See also the 'Product Risk Categorisation' located under our General Business Terms.

General Business Terms​​​

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