Best Brokerage Firms
Above is the list of our three top rated, best brokerage firms in 2015. These discount online trading companies accept USA-based
customers, and enable their clients to buy and sell stocks listed on NYSE, NASDAQ, and other exchanges. Some of these stocks are included in S&P500 and Dow indexes.
Of course, the companies mentioned in this article are also offering their customers an ability to invest in literally thousands of various mutual funds from most major mutual fund
families including Vanguard and Fidelity. The types of mutual funds available are no-load, load, NTF (no transaction fee), index funds, bond and target retirement funds, and others. The firms
also allow options trading as well as investing in ETFs and a majority of available bond securities.
You can open new account or transfer your existing brokerage house account by clicking on one of the links on the Brokerage-Review.com website. Optionshouse and
TradeKing allow opening an account with no initial deposit ($0 down). All three firms offer promotion incentives for new customers.
If you are only comfortable investing with large, well-known online brokerage firm, then
Scottrade will be great choice. The company belongs to the "Big 5 Brokerages" - the five largest brokerage houses in the U.S.
For active stock and options traders Optionshouse offers one of the best brokerage accounts with cheap trading costs as well as an award winning suite of
trading tools. The firm charges just $4.95 per trade! It also provides lots of valuable services for free.
TradeKing offers easy-to-use yet powerful and sophisticated set of trading tools, a simulated trading environment, fee-free IRAs,
free streaming quotes, and great beginner investor education. Stock and ETF trades cost very low $4.95 per trade, and transaction-fee, no-load mutual funds are
just $9.95 per transaction.
We rated TradeKing, Optionshouse and Scottrade the Top Brokerage Firms in 2015
in the United States for do-it-yourself (DIY) investors.
Each broker has unique strengths that will appeal to various groups of customers. All these firms are safe: they are members of FINRA and SIPC, which means
that they are regulated by U.S. government, and their client accounts are insured for up to $500,000 per customer, including up to $250,000 in cash.
This article was updated on 8/1/2015.