29th January 2021 - 2 min read
If you’ve thought about entering the stock market in the past year, chances are you’ve probably heard about Rakuten Trade. The digital equities broker has been making waves in the news over the past few months — first with its record 11,000 new signups in March last year during the MCO, and later with the announcement of its maiden profit after being in operation for less than three years.
If you are unfamiliar with the online trading platform, here’s a little background.
Rakuten Trade provides the services of a traditional broker but with the added accessibility of being completely digital. So, sign-ups, deposits, trades, withdrawals, education, and rewards are carried out without any face-to-face engagement required.
Even with these conveniences in mind, you might be wondering if choosing a digital platform like Rakuten Trade over a conventional broker is the right choice for you. So, we’ve identified five types of traders that would find Rakuten Trade’s features appealing.
So whether you’re an Independent, a Deal Seeker, a Jet Setter, an Online Rookie or a savvy Digital Guru you’ll probably find Rakuten Trade quite appealing. But if none of these personalities speak to you, there’s always room for a 6th personality waiting to be discovered on Rakuten Trade.
This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Securities Commission Malaysia. As a reminder to readers, any investment involves risk as such any trading done on Rakuten Trade is at your own risk. We advise investors to read and understand the contents of the disclosure document or any relevant agreement or contract before investing; understand the risks involved in relation to the product or service; compare and consider the fees, charges and costs involved; and make your own risk assessment and seek professional advice, where necessary.
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