TradeUp, a U.S.-based stock trading mobile app, announced on Monday it has introduced Hong Kong stock trading. According to TradeUp, the trading option will give U.S. investors access to the Hong Kong market, thus expanding their portfolios to includes international stocks.
TradeUp reported that in order to facilitate “seamless” user experience, it is offering an all-in-one account, allowing users to trade U.S. stocks during the day and Hong Kong equities during the night without having to switch between accounts. The company also noted that there is no minimum balance requirement to open such an integrated account. Users benefit from one of most competitive commission fees in the market, as low as 0.08% of trade value (min HKD 18 per order).
Ryan Song, Director of TradeUP, spoke about the service by stating the ability to trade Hong Kong stocks presents opportunities for U.S. investors to integrate further with the global economy.
“TradeUP will continue our effort to drive product expansion and technological innovation so that users can enjoy the convenience of trading across multiple markets at lower costs.”
Founded in 2018, TradeUp states it is on a mission to build the largest network of trades professionals and be the “go-to” place for tradespeople to start their careers, find jobs, and maintain their certifications as well as licenses.
“We believe we’re at the forefront of the blue collar revival. Our goal is to enlighten future tradespeople to the incredible, rewarding, lucrative careers that are available. There are amazing career choices that will allow you to start earning money and learning a skill immediately.”