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When it comes to online share trading, fortune favours the well-informed and good investment decisions happen well before the click of the ‘buy’ button.

It’s because of this, that we offer our clients access to the latest research, investing insights, recommendations and trading tools, to help them spot opportunities and trade with confidence.

nabtrade also offers clients access to over 1500 ASX-listed securities, with all prices dynamically updated with real-time streaming technology. And with the best value brokerage of the Big Four banks*, nabtrade helps clients add value to their investment strategy.

For more information visit nabtrade.com.au

*Source: Investment Trends 2014 First Half Australia Online Broking Report – based on an online survey of 12,000 traders.

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