There 5 types of fees on eToro:
- Currency conversion fees for non-USD deposits and withdrawals
The platform operates in US dollars, and there are no fees for depositing USD. For depositing other fiat currencies, there’s a conversion rate (50 pips) already included in the deposit transaction total. When you withdraw funds from your account, by default, you will receive them in the same currency you deposited them in.
A spread is a difference between a Buy and a Sell price. On eToro, you can invest in non-leveraged stocks and ETFs with no commission, paying only for the spread. For cryptocurrency trading, leveraged stock trading, and other types of assets, the platform charges a flexible fee.
An overnight/rollover fee is a payment that occurs whenever you hold a CFD position overnight; only applies to CFD trades. With the exception of crypto assets, overnight fees are not billed on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, they’re charged with a Weekend fee — a regular payment multiplied by 3.
eToro charges a flat $5 for each withdrawal request.
Any account that hasn’t been active for over a year will be charged $10 for each idle month. The fee is only charged if there are still funds remaining on the account; no deals will be closed to cover the fee.
For a detailed breakdown of eToro fees, go to Main