Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Which one is the better recommended stock trading site?

I wondered cu? L, from experience, is the site of negotiation? No better value? Charles Schwab, E-Trade, Ameritrade, or any other material that may be experienced. Thanks!

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4 Responses to “Which one is the better recommended stock trading site?”
  1. Francis says:

    Fidelity.com. Without a doubt. Best research, tools and 24 hour live customer service. Always helpful.

  2. Judy says:

    The big boys that have been around for over 30 years are
    Charles Schwab and Fidelity Investments.
    Schwab has a lower minimum to open an account – service just as good – if not better.
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  3. Cosmo Cramer says:

    Because I rely heavily(but not only) on technical analysis like reading charts, I prefer TD Ameritrade from experience. I’ve heard their order fill speed and commission costs are very similar to other popular brokers, like the ones you listed.

    The reason I prefer TD Ameritrade is because I use the analysis software named Think or Swim very often. TD Ameritrade bought and now owns Think or Swim, and I can easily place trades directly through the software without switching to a broker’s order screen.

    If you do not use Think or Swim as your analysis software, and do not plan to in the future, then the 3 you listed are very similar in quality. Some other good ones are Scottrade and Zecco.

  4. nowm says:

    I am at Schwab and I like it. After a while they move you to Street-smart, for free and that is very powerful. They have real good telephone support.

    My brother likes Fidelity because you can have practice portfolios

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