October 20, 2017

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  1. Trade Station
  2. Scottrade
  3. Options Xpress
  4. Charles Schwab
  5. Sogo Trade
  6. Sure Trader
  7. Options House

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Best Online Stock Brokers

Recently many people have run from the stock market licking their wounds and panicked by the size of their retirement plan. But at the same time, many others are cashing in on some great opportunities. For those looking to buy and sell stocks, without significant expense, online stock brokers can be the ultimate answer.

Besides significant cost savings, another great advantage to executing your own transactions is that you can avoid the time and energy necessary to deal with "professional" stock brokers. Many of these individuals try to convince you to buy or sell stocks, because they earn a commission every time you make a transaction. With online stock brokers, you never have to talk to any salesmen.

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Online Stock Broker Reviews

5 stars
TD Ameritrade

TD Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

TD Ameritrade gives the average investor the best stock trading value for the money. They have a competitive flat-rate fee for trading stocks, and the website is very easy to navigate. You also get free access to streaming quotes, 3rd party analysis, 24/7 account support, and free access to knowledgeable trading specialists.
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4.5 stars
Trade Station


Trade Station has an impressive history, a strong trading platform, and a wide range of trading services. This company is geared more for the active investor, with affordable per-trade charges especially for those that trade at least 10 times a month. Their website is easy to use, and setting up an account is a smooth process. Trade Station makes a great choice for those investors that regularly trade shares every month. Read More... Visit

4 stars


Scottrade is a well-known online stock broker currently servicing a large number of online investors. We like the customer service team and the low flat rate fee structure they offer. Although they require a minimum deposit, we feel it's manageable for most investors.
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3.5 stars
Options Xpress


While Options Xpress is an expert with options trading, you can also trade stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and ETF's as well. And with no minimum deposit, getting started is easy. Read More... Visit

3.5 stars
Charles Schwab


Charles Schwab is a full service online stock broker that should be able to meet almost all your investment needs - but it comes at a price. A stock trade is nearly three times that of our highest rated online stock broker. Also, the minimum deposit to begin trading is $2,500.
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3 stars
Sogo Trade


Sogo Trade is a low budget online stock broker with average performance. The website is generally easy to navigate and more than we expected but the investment tools they provide are limited and have room for improvement.
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2 stars
Sure Trader


Sure Trader's reputation of questionable customer service pushes them towards the bottom of our list. Their services are limited to equities, options and ETF's and the website provides no helpful research tools or company analysis information. Read More... Visit

2 stars
Options House


Options House has been in business for just a few years and has had some success, but they're limited in both customer service and security types offered.
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There are many online stock brokers to choose from. However, before buying your piece of Microsoft or IBM you should consider a number of key factors. Some of these include:

  • Fees. Does the online stock broker charge a flat fee or a percentage of the total amount purchased? What's it going to cost to sell the shares when the time comes?
  • Information. Getting quick and informative stock information is imperative for those searching for the right pick. What information does the online stock broker provide for free?
  • Customer Service. How do people feel about the service they are getting? Is the online stock broker timely and helpful when you're in need of their assistance? has reviewed and ranked the best online stock brokers available today. We hope this information helps you choose your next online stock broker!

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