facebookWhere can I invest in a broad range of ETFs (Bonds, REITs, Stocks etc) with low transaction fees? Kristal.Ai seems to be one option and Syfe seems to be one for REITs, any others? - Seedly

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Anonymous

17 Jun 2020

General Investing

Where can I invest in a broad range of ETFs (Bonds, REITs, Stocks etc) with low transaction fees? Kristal.Ai seems to be one option and Syfe seems to be one for REITs, any others?

Platforms like Saxo charge a pretty high transaction price, so I would like to know if there are any platforms/brokers that allow us to just buy 1 stock and not eat so much into returns due to transaction fees!

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Eliezer

Eliezer

10 Jun 2020

Level 8·Content & Community Lead at Syfe

Hi there! Apart from our REIT portfolio, you can also invest in ETFs through Syfe's Global Portfolios. These portfolios are constructed for you based on your financial goals, time horizon and risk tolerance. The ETFs held are diversified across stocks, bonds and gold. Similar to the REIT portfolio, there are no brokerage charges and minimum investment amount.

In the coming weeks, we will be sharing an exciting update on our ETF portfolios. Stay tuned!

Maya

Maya

17 Jun 2020

Level 7·Content & Community at Kristal.AI

Hi Anon,

Thanks for considering kristal.AI! We charge zero fees for the first $50,000 invested (limited to 25 trades per year). Kristal provides a broad range of ETFs and ETF baskets, but as we aren’t a broker, you won’t find any single-name stocks on our retail platform.

The big advantage – besides fees, of course – is that you can choose yourself if you go completely DIY and choose the ETFs you want or you can get some recommendations from our investment algorithm based on your individual risk profile! 😊

Hope this helps!

Hello! For ETF, Kristal seems like one of the better option given there is no commission fee for you...

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