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Online Brokerage Services

Discussion in 'Business Forum' started by FortyCaliber, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. FortyCaliber

    FortyCaliber 10millimember

    May 23, 2002
    Southeastern PA
    Anyone have any recos for good online trading services? Or ones to stay away from?

    I had Datek and Ameritrade before, they were good, so I am leaning toward them again, but I would like to hear from those with some experience with them lately and with the other brokers.

    I am especially interested in hearing from those who have tried more than one broker.

    I am not looking to get back into it too heavy. Not more than a few trades a month, with minimal investment and no account minimums, incativity or maintenance fees.

    I am looking at the likes of Ameritrade, Etrade, Scottrade, First Trade, Brown co., etc.

  2. G36.45


    Jan 30, 2002
    I use Etrade.

    It's easy.

    They have good research.

    They have LOTS of features and products.

    I like em.

    The only other one I have used was Quick & Reilly back in the day.

  3. Rob S

    Rob S

    May 17, 2003
    Richmond, Virginia
    I hear Ameritrade just acquired Waterhouse. This should mean more investing tools plus local branches.
  4. DBradD


    Apr 24, 2005
    I don't believe in owning single stocks unless my last name is Buffet, Miller, etc, so I'm worthless for this one. Sorry.