Stock Trading

An easy, intuitive platform for online trading. Get 2 FREE stocks valued up to $1,850 when you open and fund a Webull brokerage account. $0 in commissions.

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Webull is a financial company with the customer at heart, the internet as their foundation, and technology as their lifeblood. Everyone gets smart tools for smart investing with zero commissions and no deposit minimums. Diversify your portfolio with a comprehensive suite of investment products including stocks, options, ETFs, Crypto, and ADRs. Webull offers different types of brokerage accounts such as retirement accounts to satisfy your different investment objectives. They also support full extended hours trading, which includes full pre-market (4:00 AM - 9:30 AM ET) and after hours (4:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET) sessions.

Why Invest

  • Trade, Stocks, ETFs, Options, Crypto
  • Save for retirement with Webull Traditional, Roth or Rollover IRA
  • Pay $0 in commissions to trade stocks, ETFs and options

How you make money

WeBull’s extensive offerings provide many ways to make money.  You can earn a return through the appreciation of stocks, options, ETFs, and cryptocurrency. Dividends are also a great way to earn passive income through WeBull. You earn this money with a traditional, roth, or rollover IRA or you can go with the traditional brokerage account.


Additional Features Include:

  • 24/7 customer service
  • Pre-market trading (4am-9:30am) and after hours trading (4pm-8pm)
  • 3 months of free access to Level 2 Advance (Nasdaq Totalview)
  • WeBull Desktop for consolidated stock analysis

How WeBull makes money

WeBull offers commission free trading and no management fee.  They make money in several different ways:

  1. Paid Subscription: WeBull offers level 2 access for $1.99 per month
  2. Rebates from market makers and trading venues: Market makers (typically big institutions/funds) buy directly through the brokers to have discounted purchases. For that ability, the market makers pay a rebate to the brokerage to receive their orders . The brokerage sends your orders to the market maker that is most likely to execute at the best price for you and makes a few cents on each trade.
  3. Income generated from cash: They borrow the cash sitting in your account and invest it into interest earning accounts and keep the profit.
  4. Margin Lending: They collect interest on money they lend to investors.
  5. Stock loan income from counterparties: They receive interest for loaning out shares for short sales.

Is it safe?

WeBull has been operating since 2017 and is projected to have over 10 million users and over 30 billion in assets under management. The large user base and real time market data makes WeBull one of the most highly trusted trading platforms around. Webull Financial LLC is also registered with and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). It is a member of the SIPC, which protects (up to $500,000, which includes a $250,000 limit for cash) against the loss of cash and securities held by a customer at a financially-troubled SIPC-member brokerage firm.

Things to know

  • You make money onValue + Dividends
  • Fees0%
  • Payout frequencyQuarterly
  • Term of investmentZero
  • LiquidityEasy
  • Open toAll Investors


  • Country availabilityUS only
  • Assets under management$4B
  • Established2017
  • Mobile ApplicationIOS, Android

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Any references to past performance, regarding financial markets or otherwise, do not indicate or guarantee future results.

Forward-looking statements, including without limitations investment outcomes and projections, are hypothetical and educational in nature. The results of any hypothetical projections can and may differ from actual investment results had the strategies been deployed in actual securities accounts.


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