How and Where to Buy Stocks with PayPal – Tutorial
Whether you want to buy Tesla, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google, Microsoft, or AMD stocks (or some of many others available) and want to pay for them using your PayPal account, there is a solution for you. To buy stocks with PayPal, you can simply use the eToro platform, as they accept PayPal payments.
* Cryptoasset investing is highly volatile and unregulated in some EU countries. No consumer protection. Tax on profits may apply.
So, you will just need to register on eToro, make a deposit (via PayPal) and buy a stock. If you need some help with this, I have written a detailed step-by-step tutorial on how to buy Ethereum with PayPal on eToro. I know, Ethereum is a cryptocurrency (you can buy cryptocurrencies on eToro too) but the process for buying stocks with PayPal via eToro is the same. The only difference is that you won't choose Ethereum as your trading instrument, but, for example, Apple stock as your stock purchase.
Besides stocks and cryptocurrencies, with eToro, you can buy commodities such as gold or oil. Or, you can make an investment into world FIAT currencies as well.
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