I live in Belgium and I would like to trade US stocks. I would like to sign up with Interactive Brokers. Would it then be possible to trade US stocks?

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    IB offers trading in over 200 countries. Contact them and see what they have to offer you. – Bob Baerker Jun 30 at 1:00

Yes, Interactive Brokers supports Belgium. And, yes, they trade U.S. stocks.

You can find out from Stockbrokers.com which brokers support Belgium.

You have a choice between:

  • Interactive Brokers
  • Charles Shwab
  • TradeStation
  • Firsttrade
  • SogoTrade
  • Lightspeed
  • ChoiceTrade

I recommend that you read reviews of all of them before choosing. E.g. Interactive Brokers has a $30 inactivity fee each month, but it has a very low fee per share. Choose one that is suitable for your trading needs.

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