Becoming a US investor is a lot easier than you might think. With Passfolio Securities, you can invest in companies like Amazon, Netflix, and Apple on your terms and without having to open a US bank account or have a Green Card. We make investing in US assets accessible¹ and even accept local deposit methods such as TEDs.
To start investing in the US market with Passfolio Securities, click here to sign up.
To create a Passfolio account, you just need to be at least 18 years old and submit some basic information. After submitting your information, your application will typically be reviewed and you should receive a response within one business day.
If any additional required information is pending, we'll get in touch by email. Once your account is approved, you should be able to fund your account with your local currency - as a global app, we support the following transfer methods: USD paper checks, Wire Transfers, TransferWise, Revolut, ACH, TEDs, SWIFT, SafetyPay, and SEPA. However, the transfer methods available to you will vary according to your location.
Passfolio Securities charges no commission fees². We make money from other sources such as interest on your uninvested cash and payment for order flow (we’ve gone into detail about this in another blog post).
For TED deposits and withdrawals we charge a 1.2% currency conversion fee + 0.38% IOF. An additional R$2.00 is charged for TED withdrawals.
Securities less than $5 cost $0.02/share. You can find information on other charges here.
Sign up to Passfolio today! Investing in the US is only a download away.
If you're new to the US Stock Market, don't worry. We've created a comprehensive guide with just about everything you need to know to get started. Visit the guide here.
¹ Please see our fractional shares disclosure.
² Securities less than $5 cost $0.02/share. Please see our disclosures on other charges.
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Passfolio is a San Francisco fintech company democratizing investment opportunities by creating a unified, global, and borderless investment market starting with the United States Stock Market.