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Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE: SCHW)
Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE: SCHW)

Charles Schwab Corporation (regarded also as Charles Schwab Bank is a multinational corporation in the bank and brokerage field or industry. They are based in San Francisco, California, USA and were founded in 1971 by the man himself, Charles R. Schwab.

Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments

Contact Fidelity for a prospectus or, if available, a summary prospectus containing this information. Read it carefully. Content for this page is now being selected and published by Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC ("FBS"), an SEC registered broker-dealer and member NYSE, SIPC.

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TD Ameritrade (NYSE: AMTD)
TD Ameritrade (NYSE: AMTD)

TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. (NYSE: AMTD), in operation for more than 35 years, hit its stride in Q2 2015 and set a record with $695 billion in client assets. This represented a 13% year-over-year increase and came on the heels of five consecutive quarters of at least $12 billion in net new assets.

USAA Brokerage
USAA Brokerage

USAA investment services is offering commissions that are higher than the average in the industry: $8.95 per trade on stocks and ETFs, and $45 per mutual fund transaction. However, USAA's own mutual funds can be traded commission free.

TradeStation
TradeStation

TradeStation is an on-line brokerage firm catering to active traders, day traders, and professional investors. With an award-winning trading platform and a wide selection of investment products, this broker is well worth checking out.

Interactive Brokers
Interactive Brokers

Interactive Brokers earned an overall rating of 4.5 in 2018 1 and Rated #1 - Best Online Broker.. Interactive Brokers earned a rating of 4.5 in 2018 1 for "Best for Options Traders".

TD Ameritrade: Best Overall & for Trading Platform
TD Ameritrade: Best Overall & for Trading Platform

TD Ameritrade received 5 stars Overall in the StockBrokers.com 2018 Online Broker Review. We're rated #1 in 9 different categories. And we were named among the Best in Class for Offering of Investments, Research, Mobile Trading, Ease of Use, Active Trading, and Options Trading.

Charles Schwab: Best for Trading Platform
Charles Schwab: Best for Trading Platform

Trading platforms: In addition to the basic trading capabilities on Schwab’s website, the broker offers two robust trading platforms. The StreetSmart suite of platforms spans web-based tools, downloadable software and mobile trading, while Trade Source is an online trading platform.

Ally Invest: Best for Options Trading
Ally Invest: Best for Options Trading

For some investors, the best broker for trading options is the one with the cheapest commissions. Others prioritize trading tools, platform design, research, customer service or all of the above. While most of the brokers on our list of best brokers for stock trading would be a good pick for options as well, this list highlights brokers that excel in areas that matter most to options traders.

TradeStation: Best for Options Trading
TradeStation: Best for Options Trading

TradeStation is the gold standard among active stock, options and futures investors who rely on the broker’s high-octane trading platform, reams of research and sophisticated analytical tools. The firm offers three commission plans — flat-fee, per share/per contract and unbundled pricing plan (the latter two which will be attractive to active traders).

EOption: Best for low Margin Rates
EOption: Best for low Margin Rates

The ultra-low commission rates are a unique trait to boost the potential value of successful trading. They are a division of Regal Securities and FINRA/SIPC member. Recently, an eOption review had them ranked by Barron’s as a top firm for lowest monthly cost for occasional and frequent traders in 2016.

Ally Invest
Ally Invest

E*TRADE vs. Ally Invest: Brokerage Firms for Long-Term Investors Here's how E*TRADE and Ally Invest, two popular discount brokerage firms, compare on commission prices, fund choices, mobile apps, and more.

source: fool.com
OptionsHouse
OptionsHouse

The broker's standard commission of just $4.95 for stock and ETF trades makes OptionsHouse a perfect choice for investors looking for a bargain. Add in option contracts for an additional 50¢ per contract, and the firm is a great value.

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E*TRADE
E*TRADE

Brokerage accounts allow investors to buy and sell investments — such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), options, currency and futures contracts — through a brokerage company.

TD Ameritrade
TD Ameritrade

There are five major stock brokerage houses in the United States, often referred to as the "big five brokerages." Each of these firms, Scottrade, Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments, E-Trade and TD Ameritrade, comprise the top five in terms of customers and assets.

Fidelity
Fidelity

Trades are limited to online domestic equities and options and must be used within two years. Options trades are limited to 20 contracts per trade. Offer valid for new and existing Fidelity customers opening or adding net new assets to an eligible Fidelity IRA or brokerage account.

source: fidelity.com
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