Invest in Stocks*

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  • More than 12,000 instruments

    Invest in shares of Apple, Twitter, Amazon, and other companies.

  • Online quotes and quick charts

    Use the most dynamic charts in the industry.

  • Leading trading platforms

    Desktop, web or app – buy stocks in a convenient way.

  • Free trading robots

    Create your own robot – no need for programming knowledge.

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* You can trade Stocks and/or CFDs on Stocks. It depends on your account type. Learn More

Which stocks to buy today**?

Choose shares of the top US companies and invest in them today!



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** - The material presented and the information contained herein is intended for our customers, and is for information purposes only and in no way should be considered as the provision of investment advice for the purposes of Investment Firms Law 144(I)/2007 of the Republic of Cyprus or any other form of personal advice or recommendation, which relates to certain types of transactions with certain types of financial instruments.

How do I buy stocks?

  • Open a RoboMarkets account

    Choose an account that suits your trading needs.

  • Deposit into your account

    The minimum first deposit at RoboMarkets is 100 USD.

  • Choose an asset

    Find the potential leaders of the market and invest now!

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Wide Range of Trading Solutions

Wide Range of Trading Solutions

Leading trading platforms

We offer stock trading in popular MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms and in an innovative R StocksTrader web platform. Choose your trading experience: invest via desktop terminal, opt for a mobile app or use a web browser.

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Exclusive Trading App


3,000 real stocks, more then 9,000 other trading instruments, and 0% commission for trading stocks.

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Mobile Trader

An iOS/Android-based mobile app with access to trading from anywhere in the world.

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Available on the following account types

The Company offers several types of trading accounts based on the MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, and R StocksTrader platforms, and you can choose the one that is the most suitable for you.

All types of accounts
  • First deposit
  • Execution type
  • Spreads
  • Platforms
  • Type of instruments


Investment Savings Account (ISK) is a special type of account for Swedish clients with improved conditions for trading stocks on R StocksTrader.

  • First deposit500 USD
  • Execution typeMarket Execution
  • SpreadsFloating from 0 points
  • PlatformsR StocksTrader
  • Type of InstrumentsUS Stocks and ETFs***
For US Stocks Trading


An account with the tightest spreads available at RoboMarkets. It is suitable for both stocks and currency markets.

  • First deposit100 USD / 100 EUR / 100 GBP
  • Execution typeMarket Execution
  • SpreadsFloating from 0 0 pips
  • PlatformsMT4, MT5, WebTrader
  • Type of InstrumentsCFDs on Stocks
Premium conditions


The choice of experienced traders. It combines the highest order execution speed with competitive trading conditions.

  • First deposit100 USD / 100 EUR / 100 GBP
  • Execution typeMarket Execution
  • SpreadsFloating from 0 0 pips
  • PlatformsMT4, MT5, WebTrader
  • Type of InstrumentsCFDs on Stocks
Clients' Choice

R StocksTrader

The first choice of stock traders. Allows trading through the R StocksTrader web platform and the R StocksTrader mobile app.

  • First deposit100 USD
  • Execution typeMarket Execution
  • SpreadsFloating from 0.1 pips
  • PlatformsR StocksTrader - Web Platform
  • Type of InstrumentsStocks, CFDs on Stocks
For Stock Trading


The most common account type amongst RoboMarkets traders. It provides access to a wide range of instruments on the MT4 and MT5 platforms.

  • First deposit100 USD / 100 EUR / 100 GBP
  • Execution typeMarket Execution
  • SpreadsFloating from 1.3 pips
  • PlatformsMT4, MT5, WebTrader
  • Type of InstrumentsCFDs on Stocks

*** - Special conditions apply


Stocks are securities that reflect ownership in a company and give the right for a part of a company’s profit and assets. Over the last several decades, interest in trading these assets has significantly increased. Traders keep switching from classic online investments in currencies and commodities to a more understandable and comfortable environment for stock trading.

It’s essential for a trader to have an overall picture of what is happening on the market if they want to make efficient investments. This becomes even more important when it comes to trading stocks: a trader has to monitor not only the market behaviour, but also follow the news published by the company, along with its development and stability. In this respect, a trader needs to perfectly combine different tools of technical and fundamental analysis in order to be able to track many various indicators.

The terms "stocks" and "shares" have a similar meaning, and are often used interchangeably, particularly in American English.

The difference is that "stocks" appear to be a more general term referring to the piece of ownership in a company or several companies.

On the other hand, "shares" mean the same thing, but it is mostly used to describe ownership in a particular company.

For example:

  • I invest in stocks.
  • I invest in Apple shares.

While these terms can be used as synonyms in a standard description of financial markets, be aware that they have more distinctive meanings in some countries and languages.

Depending on their traded volumes, liquidity, volatility, and spread values, stocks can be divided into three groups: blue chips, mid-caps and small-caps.

Blue chips are commonly believed to be the most reliable and liquid. These are stocks of major global companies, such as Apple, Microsoft, Google, Coca-Cola, IBM, General Motors, etc.

Mid-cap and small-cap stocks are less liquid although they can sometimes be more promising.

Securities of famous companies do not always yield the highest profit, however, when it comes to investments, they are considered the least risky if compared with mid-caps and small-caps. It might be a wise decision to create a portfolio that consists of assets of different types.

More conservative traders prefer to trade stocks of American companies because the US market is thought to be more stable and liquid over the past decade. But certainly, if you want to try some "exotics", you can add some European or Japanese stocks to your portfolio.

Traders who are interested in trading stocks are divided into three categories:

  • Passive (for reliability and stability), who prefer "blue chips"
  • Active (for the highest possible profit with moderate risks), who mostly prefer "blue chips", but could also go for mid-caps and small-caps
  • Speculators (for early income, short-term buying/selling), who choose the most liquid “blue chips”

Being more reliable and liquid securities, “blue chips” may be considered the ultimate instruments suitable for all traders who are interested in trading stocks regardless of their strategies. It’s important to understand that trading mid-cap and small-cap stocks requires traders to have advanced knowledge and impressive experience in trading on the financial markets. It is not recommended for beginners to add them to their portfolio, because injudicious actions may result in loss of some or all of their investments.

Here is your guide on how to buy stocks with RoboMarkets:

  1. Open a trading account and make a deposit into it.
  2. Choose shares of which company you want to buy.
  3. Decide on the number of assets to buy.
  4. Login into the platform and place an order.
  5. Analyse the results.

Open and deposit a trading account
If you are interested in investing in real stocks and having the maximum number of instruments available, choose the R StocksTrader account. Here, you can also buy stocks without commission using the "1:1 (Commission-free)" option.

You can also trade stocks via popular MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms on Prime, ECN, or Pro accounts.

In both cases, you can choose trading through an app: R Mobile Trader for MT4 accounts and R Stocks Trader for R StocksTrader accounts.

Select a company to buy shares from
For guidance, you can refer to the Top Gainers watchlist in the R StocksTrader platform, or conduct your own research on the most promising companies.

Decide on the number of assets to buy
This will depend on your initial investment.

For example, to buy 10 Apple shares at 125 USD per share, you will need to have at least US$1,250 on your account plus an additional sum to cover commission expenses.

Login into the platform and place an order
You can choose between 3 types of orders as follows:

  • Market: buy shares at a current market price.
  • Limit: buy shares below the current market price. The order will be executed only when the stock price reaches the designated level.
  • Stop: buy shares above the current market price. The order will be executed only when the stock price reaches the designated level.

Analyse the results
Keep an eye on the state of your position: is it profitable or not? Determine where the asset price might go next depending on technical and fundamental analysis, etc.

Commission-free stock trading at RoboMarkets is available only on R StocksTrader accounts with 1:1 leverage.

Other differences include:

  • Only BUY orders can be placed (Market, Limit, Stop).
  • Stop Out at 0%.
  • No financing fee.
  • No limit on maximum order volume.
  • Available instruments: only real US stocks (.nq or .ny suffix in tickers).

To register your Members Area with an R StocksTrader-account, follow the link.

Please note that there is a difference between CFDs and stocks as financial instruments.

Stocks are traded on regulated exchanges, and buying them gives you ownership of a portion of the share capital of the company you are investing in, with all the ensuing consequences.

CFDs on stocks are financial derivatives and their purchase does not result in ownership of the underlying asset.

According to Section C (1) of Annex I to Directive 2014/65 / EU, stocks are transferable securities, while CFDs, in accordance with Section C (9) of Annex I to Directive 2014/65 / EU, are financial contracts for difference.

Make sure you understand the difference and how it affects your trading.

RoboMarkets provides you with several sources that can help you learn more about stock trading and investing.

  • RoboMarkets Blog where the company's experts explain the basic trading terms, trading strategies, and peculiarities of the market. Get weekly analysis and news as a bonus
  • RoboMarkets Analytics Centre where you can find educational videos and other useful information about trading, as well as analysis of the most popular assets

Security of your funds

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

Trade online with an award-winning broker

RoboMarkets Ltd is recognised by the most respected experts of the financial industry. 
  • 2023

    Best Stocks Broker (Europe)

    Global Forex Awards - B2B

  • 2023

    Safest European Broker

    London Trader Show Awards

  • 2022

    Best Indices Broker (Global)

    International Business Magazine Awards