Trading fee Calculator

Comparing the tariff plans of online brokers is everything but simple: each of them allows clients to choose between a fixed and a variable profile. These two profiles are in turn divided into brackets, based on the number of transactions performed and/or commissions generated in the previous month/quarter. If you know firsthand how difficult it is to establish the most convenient broker to invest with, thanks to the Fee Calculator freely given by Qualebroker.com, you just need to submit your trading habits in the parameters below. Then you will get the ranking of the most convenient brokers, on the commission side.

Submit your trading habits:

(Move the bars down to calculate fees)

Countervalue of the transaction  

Transactions per month  

Share price  

    Transaction fee:

How to read the data of the tool for each broker involved:


If you invest without financial leverage, eToro allows you to trade the real stocks - listed on the main US exchanges - with zero commissions. If you use leverage, you switch to trading CFDs. Go to eToro review →


Within the transaction fee of DEGIRO, the connection fees are not included in the tool (€2,50 per calendar year for each exchange). Go to DEGIRO review →

Last data collection: 10/04/2020

Based on the following exchange rate: EUR/USD = 1,0951

Risk disclosure: Investing involves risk of loss

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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.