Investing in ETFs*

with low commission provided by an award-winning broker.

  • More than 1,000 ETFs

    Choose among the most popular and liquid assets on NYSE and NASDAQ.

  • Commissions from
    0.009 USD

    Pay one of the lowest commission rates on the market when investing with us.

  • Innovative trading platform

    Trade ETFs through our modern web-based platform R StocksTrader.

  • Minimum deposit 100 USD

    Invest at least 100 USD to start trading ETFs at RoboMarkets.

* - Special conditions apply

Trade the most popular ETFs

ETFs with the highest trading volume tend to be the most liquid and are therefore popular.



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ETF trading fees and conditions

RoboMarkets offers more than 1,000 ETFs (real and CFDs) to invest in. Conditions and fees depend on the type of instrument you choose.

View the full conditions for each instrument on the R StocksTrader platform.


ETF Pro**



 0.009 USD per share
 0.025 USD per share
 0.02 USD per share
Minimum commission
 0.5 USD
 2 USD
 2 USD
Initial deposit
 10,000 USD
 100 USD
 100 USD
 Determined during the registration on the basis of your experience and knowledge
 Determined during the registration on the basis of your experience and knowledge
 Determined during the registration on the basis of your experience and knowledge
Financing fee (leverage more than 1:1)
 - 7%
 - 7%
 - 7%
Financing fee (leverage 1:1)
ETF trading hours
 13:30 - 20:00 (UTC)
 13:30 - 20:00 (UTC)
 13:30 - 20:00 (UTC)

** – This product is available only to Professional clients.

*** – Other fees and terms apply.

ETF trading platform

The only platform you need for investing in the popular ETFs and more than 12,000 other assets (Stocks, Indices, Forex, Metals, Oil).

  • Stock exchange charts and online quotes
  • Personalised watchlists, powerful analytics tools
  • Corporate events calendar
  • Free strategy builder – no programming skills required


ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds) are financial instruments that consist of a pool of assets (stocks, bonds, commodities, and other assets) traded like a stock. When an investor buys an ETF share, they buy a proportional interest in the pool of assets, hence investing in a particular segment of the market.

Holdings in ETFs are comprised of a diverse list of assets. For example, a Fitness ETF is composed of a group of stocks of the largest fitness and sports companies.

ETF trading provides a broad diversification portfolio to institutional and retail investors who seek a liquid market.

ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) is an asset of gaining popularity, which can represent the same set of shares as an index or the same industry or market. ETFs are traded on the same stock exchanges as the stocks included in the fund.

Choosing the right asset for trading is never an easy task. Use the questions below to narrow down the list of ETFs to add to your portfolio:

  1. Choose a market:
    • Do you want to target a specific region/country or do you prefer to invest in a broader asset?
    • Which underlying assets do you wish to invest in: stocks, commodities, bonds?
  2. Diversify:
    • Depending on the markets you want to target: are they represented in one single ETF or a list of assets?
  3. Learn more about the Fund:
    • What are the ETF’s trading volume and capitalisation?
    • What is the ETF’s age?
    • What is the ETF’s performance over time?
    • What is the ETF’s liquidity?

Rules of thumb when choosing ETFs:

  • Don’t stick to just one market segment – diversify as much as you can around the world and economic sectors.
  • The economic interest lies mostly in the Funds with a trading volume of more than 100 M.
  • You need to have at least one year’s performance data to be able to analyse the gains and risks correctly.

ETFs trading vs Stocks trading – lately investors have found themselves debating on these investment approaches.

To put it simply, when you invest in stocks, you invest in a single company. It’s true, you can build a portfolio of different stocks but the fees and risks will be increasing – you will have to pay commissions for each stock you bought and it’s more difficult to track each company in your stock portfolio separately.

When you buy an ETF, you invest in a whole market within one instrument. Price fluctuations of the individual assets within an ETF are less significant to its price, and the analysis is simpler. There is also a downfall – there are fewer ETFs on the market than stocks, and finding the right and the most liquid ones can be a challenge.

You can apply most of the stock trading strategies to ETFs. One of the most popular among them is the “Buy and Hold” strategy.

It involves selecting and buying an asset with high growth potential, and holding it until your investment reaches a high percentage of profitability regardless of the minor market fluctuations along the way.

This is a long-term, conservative strategy that exists since the beginning of the stock exchanges. Among the supporters of this approach are legendary investors Warren Buffett and Jack Bogle.

Security of your funds

RoboMarkets follows the EU-legislation and meets actual requirements to secure your trading with us.

Recognised by Prestigious Awards

Recognised by the most respected experts of the Financial Markets Industry.

  • 2023

    Best Mobile Trading Platform (Europe)

    Professional Trader Awards

  • 2023

    Best Stocks Broker (Europe)

    Global Forex Awards - B2B

  • 2023

    Safest European Broker

    London Trader Show Awards