S&P 500 ^GSPC
Nvidia NVDA
Amazon AMZN
Tesla TSLA
Apple AAPL
Microsoft MSFT
Alphabet GOOG

I'm thinking about these brokers and want to take a closer look at how Investown works.

What I found as an interesting recommendation was, for example, indigo patria.

Okay, I'll check it out.

@billcombs let me know :)

Hey, nice opinions, well, you'll see what you pick. I don't help much, but just as I have it with me, so that I am very liquid and sleep well. (I have already experienced a situation of life when I lived with a crown to crown, and I don't want that anymore) so I have 2-3 payouts in my current account (so that I don't have to worry about whether I have enough for daily things or not) and the rest I immediately pour into the stock exchange through Revolut. I'm with eTor. Also there is interest on unused money like other brokers, but I have 2% so far ...so if Trading212 has 6%, that's nice. 👍

Thank you for the description! 6% is great from the platform, but for example Trinity has 6.3% on new savers, it's a minimal difference, but I'm counting everything :)

Yeah that's the way it is anyway, I also take any increase or even a small gain is a gain that counts for me. I don't know Trinity, I'll admit. 😃

@mondaydayton Exactly!:) definitely check it out, at least for a saver I find it very nice. The question is how long they will hold that interest rate.

For example, the paid Revolut makes sense to me, there are also interesting percentages there. I don't pay for it myself, but there are a lot of utilities.

Do you have any idea what's on offer there?

So now I see they may have removed the increased interest on Revolut's paid accounts. I got 4.14% on after-tax dollars. EUR will be a little lower. GBP similar to USD.

@rickiereeve Well, that's not very interesting anymore..

I see Trinity offers 6.3% on new savings accounts

212 is not taxed, so be sure to declare;)

Trinity, even compared to other banks, has the highest appreciation in our country from what I've seen. So thank you!