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TDAmeritrade Review




TD Ameritrade Pricing


  • Stocks/ETFs: $9.99 per trade
  • Options: $9.99 + $0.75 per contract
  • Mutual funds: $49.99 per transaction for no-load mutual funds
  • Treasuries at auction: $25
  • Futures: $3.50 per contract, inclusive of exchange fees


TD Ameritrade Advantages


  • Online user community
  • Free streaming quotes
  • Local branches
  • Free automatic reinvestment of dividends
  • Fee-free retirement accounts
  • Flat-rate commissions, no hidden fees
  • Virtual trading


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MBTrading Review 2015




MB Trading Pricing


  • Stocks/ETFs: $4.95 per trade
  • OR $0.0075 per share with a $4.95 minimum per trade (proprietary order routing through MBTX system)
  • Executions on foreign stock exchange: $4.95 + 0.01 per share
  • Options: $0.95 per contract (1-10 contracts), $0.60 per contract (11-100 contracts), $0.35 per contract (101-249 contracts)
  • Mutual funds: $9.95
  • Bonds Corporate/Listed: $1 per bond ($10 minimum, $250 maximum charge)
  • Bond Treasuries: free
  • Bonds Allocation: $25


MB Trading Advantages


  • Good pricing
  • Great trading tools
  • No additional ECN fees, exchange fees
  • Great charts


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Fidelity Review


Fidelity Pricing


  • Stocks/ETFs: $7.95 per trade
  • Options: $7.95 + $0.75 per contract
  • Mutual Funds: $49.95 or $75 per transaction for no-load mutual funds
  • Bonds: $1 per bond, $8 minimum, $250 maximum


Fidelity Advantages


  • Fidelity mutual funds
  • Great research amenities
  • Many asset classes to invest


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Charles Schwab review



Charles Schwab Pricing


  • Stocks/ETFs: $8.95 per trade
  • Options: $8.95 + $0.75 per contract
  • Mutual funds: $76 to buy, $0 to sell for no-load mutual funds
  • CDs, Corporate Bonds, Municipal Bonds, Government Agencies, Zero-Coupon Treasuries, including STRIPS and Mortgage-Backed Securities: $1 per bond, $10 minimum, $250 maximum


Charles Schwab Advantages


  • Low minimum deposit requirement of $1,000 to open most accounts
  • Knowledgeable and courteous phone support
  • Easy to link with Charles Schwab’s highly rated checking account
  • Lower online stock trading fees than several other large online brokerages
  • Consistently rated high among its industry peers
  • Free guidance and investment advice for accounts with a minimum balance of $25,000


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OptionsXpress review


OptionsXpress Pricing


  • Stocks and ETFs: $8.95
  • Options: $14.95 for up to 10 contracts, $1.50 per contract for over 10 contracts
  • Options Active Traders: $12.95 for up to 10 contracts, $1.25/contract for over 10 contracts
  • Mutual funds: $9.95
  • Bonds: $5 per bond, $9.95 minimum
  • Spreads, Straddles & Combos: $14.95 for up to 10 contracts, $1.50 per contract for over 10 contracts


OptionsXpress Advantages


  • Many easy-to-use and well-designed trading tools
  • Top rated customer service
  • No setup and annual fee IRAs
  • Great research amenities
  • Free real-time streaming quotes
  • Virtual trading
  • $0 to open cash account
  • Free online classes
  • Free DRIPs


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This article was updated on 8/27/2015.










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