Our account types
Stockbroking accounts, options accounts, SMSF accounts and more.
The two main types of accounts we offer are stockbroking and options, but there are more. If you have a self managed super fund, you can open a self managed super fund (SMSF) account with us, you can take your pick from a range of managed funds and, if you have an existing margin loan with any Australian lender, you can open a margin lending linked account with us. To take advantage of our low online brokerage of $9.90 or 0.10%, whichever is the greater, simply make sure your stockbroking account with us is CHESS sponsored and that you open a CMC Markets Cash Account held with Bankwest – it’s the perfect partner for your stockbroking or options account.
With our stockbroking account you can choose from a wide range of investment products and powerful trading tools to help you monitor the market more effectively, like:
Choice of three market-price data plans:
- Free Delayed Data (20-minute delay)
- Live Data for $10 a month
- Dynamic Data for $41.25 a month, or FREE with $235+ monthly brokerage,
Unlimited free conditional orders, and, of course
Access to Australia’s lowest online brokerage.
We’re a Participant of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). We offer securities including shares, options and warrants, as well as Listed Managed Investments (LMIs) traded on the ASX such as Listed Property Trusts (LPTs), Listed Investment Companies (LICs), Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), Infrastructure Funds, Pooled Development Funds and Absolute Return Funds, and Interest Rate Securities (IRSs) like bonds, floating-rate notes and convertible notes.
Want to generate additional income from your share portfolio? Want to hedge the value of your share portfolio from falling prices? Want to build leveraged exposure to an underlying share? Options are one way to do this.
- With a CALL option, the taker receives the right to buy shares at the exercise price in return for paying the premium to the writer. The writer receives and keeps premium but now has the obligation to deliver shares if the taker exercises.
- With a PUT option, the taker receives the right to sell shares at the exercise price in return for paying the premium to the writer. The writer receives and keeps premium but now has the obligation to buy the underlying shares if the taker exercises.