Hi has anyone here used Tiger Brokers? May I ask if there are any conversion fees when converting SGD to USD and vice versa? And am I able to keep my cash in terms of USD after I sell my US stocks? - Seedly
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Jing Wei Chien

Asked on 01 Sep 2020

Hi has anyone here used Tiger Brokers? May I ask if there are any conversion fees when converting SGD to USD and vice versa? And am I able to keep my cash in terms of USD after I sell my US stocks?

I have been using Saxo for some time but I realized the conversion fees are really eating into my profits. For Tiger Brokers can I store multiple currencies in 1 account? I would like to just buy USD for US markets, and just keep trading in terms of USD for US markets

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    Nicholas Beh

    Nicholas Beh

    Level 7. Grand Master

    Answered on 01 Sep 2020

    Tiger Brokers charges 2 USD per conversion but this has been waived for now. You can hold SGD, USD, HKD, CNH, AUD and NZD in your account.

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    Jing Wei Chien
    Jing Wei Chien

    05 Sep 2020

    Thank You!
    Thank You!
    Can you clarify
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    megadisc

    Level 2. Rookie

    Answered on 15 Sep 2020

    I'm a tiger used also ..

    pls use my code for freebies.

    https://www.tigersecurities.com/accounts?invite=KDFWES

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    Hi Wei Chen,

    Tiger Broker's conversion rate differs by roughly 0.3% from the mid-market rate.

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