@sean17436 that’s a hard sell even at a push. for reference how about you mention how old MetaTrader4(2005) software is? Even its successor MT5(2010) hasn’t seen widespread uptake yet you insist that in 2020 a platform reverts to such outdated tech?
Robinhood also doesn’t have the appeal you claim it does, because there is little to nothing to gain and a vast selection of benefits to lose. Robinhood will take more from platforms like FreeTrade and the other fintech platforms than it will from T212, and even then it means giving up on the European market to access solely the US.
@D.I.Lookofinvest You don’t need to worry about comparing T212 to fintechs, because unlike all these new companies that have sprung up with limited funding to start a broker platform, T212 has been around for 15years, it is already well established as a trading platform and the move to a fee-free model and additions of the investing and ISA accounts means the clientbase has grown respectably. the new services and features are in the pipeline and the service you are worried about is already being looked at. T212 is very committed to maintaining the fee-free model, so that at least shouldn’t be a worry for you that would make you want to leave in the future.