Which brokers are still offering GameStop and AMC shares?

Which brokers are still offering GameStop and AMC shares?

Lots of brokers stopped trading GameStop or AMC Entertainment after 27 January. Here's the latest from Australian platforms.

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GameStop (GME) and AMC Entertainment (AMC) have seen increased volatility in recent weeks fuelled by a social media buying frenzy. In response to the unprecedented jump in trading volumes, some share trading platforms have experienced outages or suspended trading on GameStop, AMC and others. We've put together this list of providers we've reviewed on our site with the latest information.

Please note that as this is a fast-moving situation these circumstances could change at any time at the discretion of the brokers. However we'll try our best to keep this as updated as possible.

Brokers currently offering GameStop (GME)

ProviderLatest information
eToro
  • On February 4, eToro apologised for an error that occurred on Monday February 1, where the maximum stop loss on GME was set to 20% in error: "This issue only affected users who opened positions on specific stocks *on Monday before 17:19 GMT* when the issue was identified and resolved. We would like to apologize for the inconvenience caused to users." Affected customers will be contacted by email.
  • At around 3:30am on February 3, eToro announced that GME trades may be unavailable during the trading day as "the stock keeps getting halted by the exchange due to volatility reasons."
  • eToro re-enabled GameStop trades on January 29 but has pre-warned that it may need to introduce restrictions to GME and other stocks with little to no notice based on its liquidity providers. AMC is not available through eToro.
IG
  • IG announced on Saturday, January 30, that it's no longer accepting orders for GME or AMC and is not accepting new account openings.
  • On February 8, IG said it was accepting new account openings for CFD and forex traders, however GME and AMC orders remain closed.
CMC MarketsAs of February 5, GME and AMC are available to trade on CMC Markets and there are no other restrictions, according to a CMC representative.
SelfWealthAs of January 29, SelfWealth had no restrictions in place for GME, AMC and other related stocks, however it notes that this could change at any time due to offshore conditions.
Saxo Capital MarketsAs of February 1, customers can buy GME and AMC stock on Saxo Capital, however shorting as been disabled.
Stake
  • At 7:15am on February 3, Stake tweeted "Our broker-dealer has confirmed that buy trades are now available on GameStop ($GME), AMC Entertainment ($AMC) and Nokia ($NOK) for the remainder of market session 02.02."
  • From February 3, some users have reported bugs around incorrectly displayed buying power on the app. As of Feb 4, Stake is working on rectifying the issue, as posted on Twitter.
CommSec InternationalCommSec was allowing GME trades as of 29 January according to user reviews on Twitter.
Interactive BrokersInteractive Brokers removed previous trade restrictions as of January 30. On January 29 it put AMC, BB, EXPR, GME, and KOSS options trading into liquidation with all long positions requiring 100% margin and short positions 300% margin.
Bell DirectBell Direct does not offer US stock trading.
SuperheroSuperhero does not offer US stock trading.
GoodmentsOn February 3 at 6:55am, Goodments announced it had lifted all previous trade restrictions for the remainder of the session on GME, AMC, Nokia and Koss.
Westpac Share TradingThere are no trade restrictions in place for GME or AMC as of Feb 1, 12:54pm.
ANZ Share InvestingThere has been no update on GME or AMC from ANZ and Finder is not able to confirm their position at this time.

Compare US share trading platforms

Data updated regularly
Name Product Standard brokerage for US shares Inactivity fee Currency conversion fee Markets
eToro Share Trading (US stocks)
USD 0
USD 10 per month if there’s been no login for 12 months
0.50%
Forex, CFDs, US shares
Zero brokerage share trading on US stocks with trades as low as $50.
Note: This broker offers CFDs which are volatile investment products and most clients lose money trading CFDs with this provider.
Join the world’s biggest social trading network when you trade stocks, commodities and forex from the one account.
CMC Markets Stockbroking
USD 0
No
0.60%
ASX shares, Global shares, Forex, CFDs, Options trading, mFunds, ETFs, Warrants
$0 brokerage on global shares including US, UK and Japan markets.
Trade up to 9,000 products, including shares, managed funds, forex, commodities and cryptocurrencies, plus access up to 15 major global and Australian stock exchanges.
IG Share Trading
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IG Share Trading
USD 0
AUD 50 per quarter if you make fewer than three trades in that period
0.70%
ASX shares, Global shares, Forex, CFDs, Margin trading
$0 brokerage for US and global shares plus get an active trader discount of $5 commission on Australian shares.
Note: $10,000 deposit required to open account.
Enjoy some of the lowest brokerage fees on the market when trading Australian shares, international shares, forex and CFDs, plus get access to 24-hour customer support.
Saxo Capital Markets (Classic account)
USD 9.9
No
0.75%
ASX shares, Global shares, Forex, CFDs, Margin trading, Options trading
High quality, low-cost brokerage on global share trading.
Access up to 19,000 global stocks on 36 of the world’s major stock exchanges and enjoy some of the most competitive FX rates on the the market when you trade with Saxo Capital Markets.
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Important: Share trading can be financially risky and the value of your investment can go down as well as up. “Standard brokerage” fee is the cost to trade $1,000 or less of ASX-listed shares and ETFs without any qualifications or special eligibility. If ASX shares aren’t available, the fee shown is for US shares. Where both CHESS sponsored and custodian shares are offered, we display the cheapest option.

Data updated regularly
Name Product Minimum Opening Deposit Minimum Opening Deposit Commission - ASX 200 Shares Available markets Platforms
eToro CFD
USD 200
USD 200
No commission
Forex, Shares, Indices, Cryptocurrencies, Commodities, ETFs
eToro Trading Platform
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Join the largest social trading network in the world.
Plus500 CFD
AUD AUD 200
AUD 200
No commission
CFD on Forex, Commodities, Cryptocurrency, Indices, Shares, Options and ETF's
Plus500 Trading Platform
Disclaimer: This is a CFD provider. Trading CFDs on leverage is high risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Finder exclusive offer: Open a new trading account and receive a welcome bonus of AU$110 when you deposit your first $370 and enter the bonus code “Special200”. T&C’s apply.
Trade CFDs on Australian and International shares, indices, cryptocurrencies, commodities and more.
IG CFD broker
AUD 0
0
0.08% with $7 minimum
Indices, FX, Shares, Commodities, Cryptocurrency, ETPs
MetaTrader 4
ProReal Time
IG Trading Platform
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Introductory offer: Build confidence by trading at lower minimum trade sizes for the first six weeks. Plus, receive a reduced commission on Australian shares CFDs. T&C's apply.
Trade from over 15,000 markets with Australia's leading service for CFD trading and forex.
IC Markets CFD (True ECN Account)
$200
$200
0.1% per side
ASX shares, global shares, indices, commodities, forex, cryptocurrencies
MetaTrader 4
MetaTrader 5
cTrader
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Trade 230+ different products with fast execution under 40 milliseconds on average.
City Index CFD
AUD 0
0
0.08% with $5 minimum
ASX shares, 4,500 global shares, indices
MetaTrader 4
At Pro
Advantage Web
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Trade CFDs on indices, FX, global & Australian shares and commodities, plus access other markets such as metals, bonds and interest rates.
Blueberry Markets CFD Trading
$100
$100
$20 per month subscription plus 2% of trade size
Indices, ASX200 Shares, Commodities, Cryptocurrency
MetaTrader 5
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Bottom of the market fees on forex, CFDs and commodities with 24/7 quality customer service.
CMC Markets
$0
$0
0.09% with a $7 minimum
ASX shares, 25+ global exchanges, treasuries, indices
CMC Next Generation CFD, MetaTrader 4
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Share CFD and forex ideas with other traders and take your strategy to the next level with over 100 technical indicators and charts on CMC’s mobile-friendly Next Generation platform.
Pepperstone CFD
USD 200
200
No commission
ASX shares, global shares, indices, cryptocurrencies, commodities
MetaTrader 4
MetaTrader 5
cTrader
Disclaimer: Trading CFDs and forex on leverage is high-risk and losses could exceed your deposits.
Trade stock indices on the global market, via Pepperstone's MetaTrader 4 and cTrader client terminals.
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