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Online share trading made cheaper
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Online share trading made cheaper


Standard Online Share Trading is becoming the lowest minimum broker in South Africa on 25 January when the minimum trading fee drops to R50.

The decision to cut the fee will go a long way in making the share market more accessible to individuals in South Africa. Standard Online Share Trading fees have been dropping over the past five years because we believe that anybody with an ambition to save or invest should have direct access to the markets.

There is a growing demand from individuals for online share trading. To help them, Standard Online Share Trading offers free courses on share trading to the general public. More than 20 000 have attended the free courses in various parts of South Africa.

For more information visit www.securities.co.za or call 0860 121 161 (South Africa only).
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I am interested in Online Share Trading mainly secured shares. I have about R10 000 to invest, can I also engage in daily trade?
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