Hi are there any plans for access to more of vanguards ETFs? Would mean I don’t have to utillise their platform and could do everything in 212
Ask them. They added VFEM, VHYL, VGOV and VWRL within 24 hours of me asking for them on reddit. (Yeah it was me that got them on there. Say thanks lol ;D)
Hi, @mattwaddy! You can share with us, which Vanguard ETFs you are interested in and we’ll do our best to add them.
Rather than start a new thread I’ll ask here.
Loving the platform, especially now we have fractional shares.
Regarding say Vanguard ETFs, the small percentage fee that Vanguard charge the ongoing fee is it the same on here? I can nit find information of fees aside from trades being free.
How about single stocks, if trades are free is a hidden account fee somewhere ive missed.
providing you have the correct fund opened, all charges should be as you are expecting.
There are no hidden fees associated with the opening or closing of positions on the platform side of things so don’t worry there. Seems like T212 is working on clarifying the fees applicable to stocks and funds so look forward to that
That’s good to know, thanks.
I think you refer at TER (total expense ratio). You can find it here https://www.trading212.com/en/Trade-Equities under KID section.
Would be cool the TER info under Instrument details in the app too. Or the KID directly.
(later edit: KID for VWRL not available)
Yes that is exactly it, it even inks to Vanguards own document.
100% this should be shown under Instrument Details!
Also they lowered the expenses for some: https://investornews.vanguard/expense-ratio-cuts-on-56-vanguard-funds-mean-more-savings-for-you/
Definitely! One guys in the support chat, named Alex, keeps telling me that I don’t pay any fees if I buy, say, the S&P 500 ETF. But I was telling him that, surely, I’ll have to pay for the TER of the ETF itself, right? (this would be done within an Invest account)
Or is it actually completely free? Meaning that Trading212 covers the TER of the ETF? This Alex guy keeps telling me that I would have to pay anything … not sure I understand what he’s saying though
Thank you in advance!
Ok, just saw this issue: Vanguard fees help, which kinda answers my newbie question.