What is a CommSec share pack?
But with a CommSec Share Pack, you can buy your own Australian share portfolio in minutes, and save on brokerage too. Each Share Pack contains a diversified portfolio of six leading blue-chip companies, chosen by Commonwealth Bank’s Private Client Services Investment Research team.
How do I open a CommSec Pocket account?
Start using CommSec Pocket
- Download CommSec Pocket.
- Sign up using your CommSec ID or NetBank Client number.
- Review your profile – edit or approve.
- Choose a transaction account to fund your investments.
- Start exploring your investment options.
Is CommSec Pocket linked to CommSec?
Launched in mid-2019, CommSec Pocket is designed to be a cheaper alternative to CBA’s trading platform, CommSec. This page can help you discover how it works, understand the benefits and risks, and figure out whether or not it may be suitable for you.
Do I need a CommBank account for CommSec Pocket?
To operate a CommSec Pocket account, you’ll need an eligible CommBank transaction account.
Does CommSec Pocket pay dividends?
Does Commsec Pocket Pay Dividends. You will receive dividends, automatically reinvested. Each ETF will have it’s own dividend payment schedule.
How do I withdraw money from my CommSec Pocket?
If you are logged into the CommSec website, switch into NetBank by selecting ‘NetBank’ from the tab in the top-left corner of your screen. Go to the ‘Transfers’ tab then select ‘Transfer money’. In the ‘From’ account drop-down menu, select your CDIA.
How do I put money on my CommSec Pocket?
Is CommSec Pocket good for beginners?
CommSec Pocket was simple and fairly enjoyable to use. It offers new investors an easy way to start saving and getting involved in the share market. However, it pays to work out how often you plan to invest per year, what your fees will be and how much that will impact your investments.
Can I transfer shares from CommSec Pocket to CommSec?
If you’ve got shares currently held with another broker, you can transfer them over to CommSec. This is known as a Broker-to-Broker transfer (B2B).
Is CommSec good for beginners?
Yes, Commsec is good for beginners and is one of the easiest brokerage platforms to get started using. The only drawback is the cost.
Is CommBank pocket good?
Final verdict CommSec Pocket was simple and fairly enjoyable to use. It offers new investors an easy way to start saving and getting involved in the share market. However, it pays to work out how often you plan to invest per year, what your fees will be and how much that will impact your investments.