Buy and sell investments

How to buy and sell investments, how to set up auto-invest, how to use NZX market depth

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Buy investments

Place market or limit buy orders in Australian, NZ, or US investments.
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Selling an investment

Instructions for selling companies, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and managed funds.
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Fees

You’re charged fees to use Sharesies—including currency exchange, transaction, and management fees.
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Exchange currencies

You’re able to hold three currencies in your Wallet—Australian dollars (AUD), New Zealand dollars (NZD), and United States dollars (USD).
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Multi-currency buys

You can exchange currencies in advance, or when you place an order for Australian or US shares.
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Fractional shares

Sharesies offers fractional shares across Australian, US, and New Zealand investments—except for limit orders in US shares.
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Minimums and maximums

There’s no minimum or maximum buy or sell amount when placing one-off market orders in NZ, US, or Australian shares or NZ managed funds.
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American depositary receipts (ADRs)

American depositary receipts (ADRs) give investors opportunity to invest in foreign companies that aren’t directly listed on US exchanges.
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Watchlist

Save a company or fund to your Watchlist to keep track of investments you’re interested in.
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Order processing times

There’s no way to confirm when your order for a company or exchange-traded fund (ETF) might fill on Sharesies.
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Reasons an order might be rejected or cancelled

Every now and then, an order may be rejected or cancelled. This applies to companies and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
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Partially filled orders

An order might partially fill, or not fill all at once. You can usually cancel a partially filled order.
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Cancel an order

You can usually cancel an order that hasn’t yet filled, but we can’t guarantee it’ll be cancelled.
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Market and support hours

Australian, NZ, and US exchanges are open on weekdays during their local time zones, and are closed on public holidays.
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