Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Which broker should I use for stock trading for lowest brokerage fee?

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4 Responses to “Which broker should I use for stock trading for lowest brokerage fee?”
  1. Judy says:

    Check out Smart Money’s brokers survey.
    Keep in mind that you get what you pay for.
    The best offer much better websites and executions in a blink of an eye.
    http://www.smartmoney.com/investing/stocks/smartmoney-2009-broker-survey/
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  2. Jacqueline says:

    check out : ingdirect.com

  3. A nobody says:

    All major brokerage firms provide their clients with on-line services, including trading platforms, latest market & financial news and research.

    Customer need to select the site that is best for them. Traders have requirements in a site, while investors have other requirements. I use Scottrade for trading equities, Thinkorswim for trading options and Fidelity for investments.

    Although most sites are geared to general securities and commodities, however customers may have special needs for the types of products they trade, and the markets in which they trade.

    It seems that the most popular firms for on-line investing all of which provide excellent platforms and services are; Scottrade; Chas.Schwab; TDAmeritrade; Fidelity; E-Trade and Thinkorswim. I personally use Scottrade for equity trading, Thinkorswim for my option trading and Fidelity for investing.

    Please remember, the cheapest is not always the best.

  4. Dutchy says:

    I use Sogotrade and started 1 yr ago.
    It works great for my style of investing.
    I’m not a day trader more longer term investing with some swing trades also.

    The thinkorswim (TOS) platform is good for doing chart study and as A nobody stated looks like it would work well for options trading.

    Depending on your style and needs the platform is just the way to execute the trade. Some are much better than otners.

    Sogotrade has fast execution and suites my style which sounds similar to what you want.
    If you do go there use my reference #https://www.sogotrade.com/Setup/Default.aspx?rf=463735

    They require $500 min deposit and charge $3.00 per transaction

    This was great for me as a newbie and suited my style just fine.
    I’ve had fun learning and losing just not as much fun when losing.
    Good Luck to you

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