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Security Questions

Is Safeguard Securities regulated?

YES. Absolutely. Our fiduciary license dictates that we must conduct and operate under the bounds of the law, thus it is safe to invest with us.

How do I own a fraction of a share?

You may try our proprietary "SG Mutual Funds" investment instrument if you want to own a fracion of a share in a certain company.

What is the minimum deposit amound on Safeguard?

In many countries you can start investing with a minimum deposit of $500.

What is Safeguard’s Popular Investor program?

Our Popular Investors are a new breed of portfolio manager: traders with unique investment strategies who earn a second income by being followed and copied by other clients on the Safeguard's platform.

Do I own the stocks I buy?

When you buy stock, you own a small piece of that particular company.

Why do I need to add funds to open my position?

In order to open a new Buy or Sell position, it is necessary to have funds in your available balance.

Account Questions

How do I change my account details?

In your user panel, click the profile and do necessary changes.

Why do I need to verify my account?

The verification of your trading account is required in order to provide you with the best possible service and comply with financial service regulations.

How do I deposit funds?

To deposit funds in your eToro account, you may choose any of the available methods of payment in your country and follow these instructions:

How do I cancel an order?

If it's still allowed, you may login to your account and request for order cancellation.

Is depositing safe and secure?

Yes, depositing money into your eToro account via any means is absolutely safe, private and secure. All transactions are communicated using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, ensuring that your personal information is kept safe.

What is a typical brokerage fee?

A typical transaction cost is a calculation of the cost of a transaction, made using a typical spread. The transaction costs are calculated like this: 1% fee + the spread price of the cryptoasset, calculated at the time of the execution of the order.