The Bull

Saturday 28

November, 2015 2:22 AM



The Stockies is a running poll held on the TheBull website each year from November to December. This timeframe lends traders and investors sufficient opportunity to cast their vote for their favourite online broker.


One of the most important decisions you make as a trader or investor is choosing your broker. Who you decide to trade with determines not just how effectively you trade, but how much money you make, or lose. That's why TheBull puts the question to you each year, and thousands cast a vote. Who is the best online broker in Australia? We want to know so we can pass the message on.


Australia’s popular Stockies awards will be decided after six weeks of voting on In early 2016 we will announce the winners and finalists across CFDs, forex, share trading, options, warrants, margin lending as well the top stock forum.


To take the mantle of top broker in Australia is not an easy feat. To beat the market, traders need cheap trades, market-leading software and technology and seamless customer service. The winners will excel on all points. Stockies Awards are set firmly in the tradition that traders and investors are the best judge of the top online firms to deal with in Australia. So it's you, the very people who use the products and services of online brokers in Australia, who decide the winners.


Cast your vote now by using the links below:


Vote for the best CFD broker


Vote for the best Forex broker


Vote for the best Online broker (shares)


Vote for the best Options broker


Vote for the best Warrants broker


Vote for the best Margin Lender


Vote for the best Stock Forum


Vote for the best SMSF provider


Vote for the best ETF provider


Note: Winners are chosen by traders and investors by voting for their favourite providers over a period of six weeks and do not constitute a recommendation on behalf of All voting is tracked for irregularities via sophisticated monitoring software as well as checked manually on a daily basis. Overseas votes are not counted.

Voting closes on 30th December 2015, at which time will run a final check to validate all votes.