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How do I invest in VWRA? Which broker should I use?

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Jason Cheong
Jason Cheong, Alumnus at NTU
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Answered 6d ago

Hi there,

VWRA can be purchase through a brokerage that allows you to trade shares on the London Stock Exchange.

You can use local brokers like Standard Chartered Online Trading or DBS Vickers.

Personally, I use an overseas broker - Interactive Brokers.

I remember coming across a good write-up by Kyith that you may like (IWDA vs VWRA):

https://investmentmoats.com/passive-investing-2/iwda-versus-vwra-significant-performance-differences/

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6d ago

Thanks for the info! I believe DBS Vickers should be quite pricey when it comes to buying overseas stock?
Jason Cheong
Jason Cheong

6d ago

From what I saw, DBS Vickers Online minimum comm for small lot purchases are at USD26.75 (including GST) and rates at 0.18% for larger quantity.