The Best Online Brokers for Stock Trading - NerdWallet

The Best Online Brokers for Stock Trading


Looking for the best online brokerage accounts for trading stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and other investment vehicles? Different online brokerages vary widely in terms of the fees associated with each account, so NerdWallet scoured the internet to find the best online brokers by category, whether you’re looking for a deep discount broker, commission free ETF trading, or the best customer service.

NerdWallet’s Top Picks: The Best Overall Online Brokers

competitive pricing and usability along with top tier account features and premium services

  • Provides low commissions alongside top tier research and tools. See our Scottrade review
  • Commission: $7.00
  • Account minimum: $2,500
  • Promotion: New accounts can qualify for a cash bonus of up to $2,000. Scottrade will also reimburse up to $100 in transfer fees.
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  • The most affordable no-minimum-deposit account. See our TradeKing review
  • Commission: $4.95
  • Account minimum: None
  • NerdWallet Exclusive Promotion! Get a $200 cash bonus when you open an account over $3,000 and make 3 trades. TradeKing will also reimburse up to $150 in transfer fees and offer $100 cash referral bonus.
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Commission-Free ETF Trading

 greatest quantity and variety of commission free-ETFs

  • Offers over 80 commission-free ETFs from 3 fund families, with no annual fee. See our ETRADE review
  • Commission Per Stock Trade: $9.99
  • Account minimum: $500
  • Promotion (EXCLUSIVE OFFER): Trade free for 60 days + get up to $600
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  • Offers 100+ commission free ETFs independently selected by Morningstar. See our TD Ameritrade review
  • Commission Per Stock Trade: $9.99
  • Account minimum: None
  • Promotion: Fund a new account with $2,000 to receive 60 days of free trades and up to $600
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Comprehensive Customer Service

24/7 customer service and broker assistance

  • Consistently ranked for the best customer service, USAA caters to military and veteran needs but is available to any American looking to sign up
  • Commission: $8.95
  • Account minimum: None
  • Promotion: Trade free up to 90 days (maximum 50 trades) when you open a new account
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  • Offers 24/7 customer service, broker assisted market orders, phone trades. See our TD Ameritrade review
  • “Best in In-Person Service” ~Barron’s
  • Commission: $9.99
  • Account minimum: None
  • Promotion: Fund a new account with $2,000 to receive 60 days of free trades and up to $600
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Top Tier Research and Reports

highest quality research for the lowest price

  • Offers free basic research reports, trading software and tools, and real time data. See our Scottrade review
  • Commission: $7.00
  • Account minimum: $2,500
  • Promotion: New accounts can qualify for a cash bonus of up to $2,000. Scottrade will also reimburse up to $100 in transfer fees.
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  • The highest quality and broadest range of offerings combined with a user-friendly interface and extensive research. See our TD Ameritrade review
  • Commission: $9.99
  • Account minimum: None
  • Promotion: Fund a new account with $2,000 to receive 60 days of free trades and up to $600
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Deep-Discount Brokers

if price is more important to you than speed

  • Research, data, and tools for half the price. See our TradeKing review
  • Commission: $4.95
  • Account minimum: None
  • NerdWallet Exclusive Promotion! Get a $200 cash bonus when you open an account over $3,000 and make 3 trades. TradeKing will also reimburse up to $150 in transfer fees and offer $100 cash referral bonus.
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  • Great analytics tools at a great price. See our OptionsHouse Review
  • Commission: $4.95
  • Account minimum: $0
  • Promotion: Trade commission-free for your first 60 days (with $5,000 account balance. Maximum 100 trades)
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Free Data Analysis Software

best data tools and stock analysis software for your money

  • Its Trade Architect and thinkorswim trading platforms are considered among the best on the Web. See our TD Ameritrade review
  • Commission: $9.99
  • Account minimum: None
  • Promotion: Fund a new account with $2,000 to receive 60 days of free trades and up to $600
Get started

  • Best free research and analysis software option with no account minimum. See our TradeKing review
  • Commission: $4.95
  • Account minimum: None
  • NerdWallet Exclusive Promotion! Get a $200 cash bonus when you open an account over $3,000 and make 3 trades. TradeKing will also reimburse up to $150 in transfer fees and offer $100 cash referral bonus.
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Learn More: How to Find the Right Broker For You

Don’t see what you’re looking for above?  If you need a very specific type of account, then the next step is to look carefully to see if you plan on using any of the following:

  • Real-time trades
  • Automated orders by phone
  • 24/7 customer service
  • Research reports
  • Data analysis software
  • Physical locations
  • Mobile access
  • Debit card

Using this checklist, you can compare and contrast pricing at all 74 online brokerages available to you using NerdWallet’s free brokerage comparison tool to make sure you’re really finding the best price and account for your needs.

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  • Jarryd Harden

    I would say TD Ameritrade is the best overall brokerage for the average investor. Unless you’re a serious trader, in which case give Interactive Brokers a look.

  • P DC

    I see two flaws in this comparison: I trade around 4 times a year. How to measure that? And, since Charles Schwab’s attempt to charge closing fees when investors flew the markets in 2002 I started to pay attention to closing or transfer out fees, which I don’t see in this comparison.

  • Juan Guerrero

    what would be a good brokerage firm for someone who wants to buy a certain amount of stocks and then sell them in couple of years (long term trade/invest)? In another words, which brokerage firm doesn’t charge monthly, only by trades? Im new at this, im 20 years old. Trying to get as much knowledge as possible.

  • Tony Reynolds

    sharebuilder is a great broker no hidden fees and $6.95 a trade been with them for 5 years now

  • MichaelMillerTrade

    Check “Binary Options Academy” for specified broker reviews

  • Steven

    Don’t even consider USAA. The cost per trade detailed above is NOT for an unlimited number of shares. So trade costs climb significantly if you cross a fairly low threshold of shares. Besides, who does business with an online broker with the primary consideration being customer service. Everything is about COST…to you…when you place a trade. Great customer service, and a progressive cost to buy shares is an extremely poor combination. Bottomline: Any top online broker is a better option than USAA.

  • Pau

    Do you know of any broker for foreign accounts with use of a debit card?

  • Nikhil

    If I plan to buy some stock and sell it in few days/week, which brokerage would you suggest for such? Thanks!

  • Paul

    How is this even judged? It seems like these are pulled out of thin air. I’ve got Fidelity, which is only $7.95 per trade, less than TD, E-trade, or Schwab. With 24 hour customer service, a great website, commission free ETFs and some of their accounts have no minimum either.

    I think that this is very superficial article. Like someone said before it doesn’t include closeout fees, or other fees for stop payments on checking, research fees, or duplicate statement fees.

  • sucker

    I was with scotiaiTrade and closed that account last year and just found out this week they didnt transfer my entire account as directed by my “all in kind” request, instead they saved some to dip into all year. I finally caught them this week and they replied with an apology, but no offer to repay the funds they stole and reverse the fees they charged me for not having a account with them….If you would like to see our email correspondence let me know??? Great company eh?

  • Just trying to help

    If you are a serious investor, look into Vanguard. A LOT of free ETFs and $2 trades with a reasonable account balance; I don’t see anything that comes close in the rankings above

  • De

    I am looking to buy only index funds. Which of the online trading houses would I use?

  • Maxime Rieman

    Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and Etrade have several similarities. They’re all have comparable stock commissions ($7.95 at Fidelity, $9.95 at TD Ameritrade and Etrade), no account fees, high-quality research, and commission-free ETFs. None of them would be a bad choice for a longterm investor.

    We chose TD Ameritrade as the best overall broker because it offers a top-notch trading platform, ThinkOrSwim, to all investors without any trading requirements or fees. At Etrade, you would have to make 30 trades per quarter or pay $99.95. Fidelity’s advanced trading platform requires that you make 36 trades per year.

    So, while Fidelity might be the better choice for a beginner investor that wants great research and in-person advice (Fidelity has 183 investor centers), TD Ameritrade offers great tools, research and service for investors of all levels.

  • RapidFireTraderJoe

    Good Article, well written but we need to let the Big Traders and modest traders know it’s a Investors Market, they are in control of price. I am a Scalper, my commission runs $3.50 (up to 100,000 shares) plus rebates using ECNs like ARCA, EDGX and INCA (NASD or SOLV). Think about the value of your account, if you are a serious trader your able to trade for free or a negative-commission to patient Traders. One example is to buy 30,000 shares of RAD at $5.80 for $3.50 in commission sitting on the Bid using EDGX and collecting $-.0027 back ($87 USD in rebates), your commission costed you $-83.50 dollars, how cool is that? That’s what I do most of the day unless a stock is moving wildly, trade for ECN rebates making $.01 to $.10 back and forth.

    What is Average Jane who makes 10 trades worth? You can trade for $2.50 on stocks and $2.50 plus $.50 per contract. One Option contract is going to cost you $2.50+$.50 or $3.00. Fidelity, Etrade, Merrill Lynch, Ameritrade is going to charge you $9.95 on average plus $.70 to $1.50 per contract. That’s 4 times the price you paying for a no frills decent little Brokerage with a free DRIP plan. For other Active Traders we can get our Options commissions down to $3 plus $.10 per contract. I traded 2000 contracts of Apple on Wed and Friday, with my low price brokerage my commission was $400 (2000*2*.10) vs $150 in tickets plus $4000 in Option Contract charges.

    Do you homework and read beyond all the websites to save you cash, my commission above with Ameritrade or Etrade or Schwab would be close to $4100 in commissions vs $400, which commission schedule would you rather pay? The author of this article did a great job giving you the basics and providing you with a idea of what to look for. It’s up to you to seek out the best Brokerage for the best price, Trade-station dropped their price to crush Interactive Brokerage, it’s a serious price cut, so always ask your Brokerage to drop their price, if they can’t, you can always move to another firm who values your business!

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    Can you comment on T. Rowe Price as well?

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  • MAXX95

    I am hoping to begin trading, but it is all so complex. I want to buy specific stock in a company. I dont have lots of money to begin with, but I have to start somewhere. Who, how and where is the best place for me to start. Want to get started for The New Year.

  • fareor .

    Damned, I have to be US citizen to start a TradeKing account..
    I’m from europe ffs

  • Niku

    That’s “PuTTs and calls”.

  • Joseph

    Sharebuilder is a great brokerage!

  • optim101

    Why Interactive Brokers is not the top pick in the category of price effectiveness? Is their service quality not good? I know that it has a minimum balance of 10000 but besides that are there any other limitations. Please advise as I’m going to open an account soon.

  • musicluva

    I have been with Sharebuilder for many years. Now that they have been bought out by Capitol One I am looking to switch.

    I went to make an online trade with through them the other day and was quite surprised at the commission they wanted to charge me!

    It’s a shame when you try to avoid doing business with a particular company only to find that they have come along and bought out the company you are doing business with.

    Anyway, no matter if you are investing on your own OR with a broker, if you cannot afford to loose it THEN don’t invest it. Period. Good companies more often than not will give you a good return over a long period of time, but you have to be willing and able to stomach the ups and downs of the market.

    I just watched the “Wolf of Wallstreet” Check it out before you start your investing journey. It’s a cautionary tale with lots of F-bombs throughout.

    Best of luck no matter what you decide. A little luck paired with a lot of knowledge goes a long way when it comes to investing!

  • AJS

    I’m new to investing. I’m interesting in buying and trading individual stocks, not funds, and want to start off slow and safe. I’m not interested in paying for advice from brokers; I’d like to kind of learn by experience and operate my account on my own. I’m looking to do more long-term investing, but with the occasional short-term trade and maybe more frequent stock trading the more comfortable I get with it. What broker would you suggest? Any recommendations gratefully accepted!

  • Cosmojerry

    What about which is the safest most solid company to wrok with? I mean, which one the the one less likely to go bust?

  • Feverishjoker

    You can’t just direct invest in companies. Many companies that do allow DI’s only allow this if you are carrying a substantial investment in the company stock.
    I also will point out that there is fees related in the purchase of stock directly from the firm offering these services. The next point is that most firms will set sale limits on shares too. So be very careful on some transaction.

  • Cowboy

    The problem with Tradeking is that you cant trust their numbers. Their phone app, for example, never shows the correct closing for any of the stocks I hold. Ever. As a result, my balance is never (ever) correct. And I’m talking about hours after the market is closed. Ive complained, and so have my friends, and although they give a sweet e-mail response saying that they’re looking into it, nothing has changed in 3-4 months. I’m looking for another broker myself. One that I can trust.

  • Craig

    Best place to trade penny stocks???


    Great article!

  • yair

    vanguard and schwab are thew best companies to start investing. you can start investing in schwab with only 1000 dollars.

  • Wall Street Kid

    I find Bank of America…Merrill Lynch the hands down winner in discount brokerage and I still use two others because insurance limits. Why? Simple….I get 30 FREE trades every month without expiration. NO ONE ELSE does that. I’ve had my BOFA/Merrill discount brokerage for 4 years now. Love it. NO trade fee’s ever! I can transfer dividends into my ATM instantly and get cash at more locations than any other bank. Incredible. No one else comes close. FREE TRADES and FREEDOM. Yeh baby! That’s what I’m talking about!

  • jammer

    What about inactivity fees? I plan to very rarely make trades, so will any of these companies penalize me for 2-3 years of inactivity?

  • Wall Street Kid

    Merrill Lynch discount brokerage at BOFA is the best. No one comes close. Merrill is the only one that offers 30 free trades a month – every month if you keep a minimum balance at Bofa (or any combination thereof). Nobody else comes close. The analysis here is way off base. I defy anyone to find a cheaper deal than 30 Free trades a month -and access to the money/dividends through the huge BOFA ATM network. NO ONE ELSE IN THE WORLD DOES THIS. (td ameritrade and Capital one could do this but, they haven’t yet. Wells Fargo is also set up for it – but, doesn’t match BOFA).

  • Cathy

    The best trading website and advice I’ve ever gotten has been from a small company, TA Today. I had invested my money with Ameritrade and lost almost half of it during the 2008 crash.
    The best advice I could give is to seek out independent, small trading companies where their profits are consistent and they don’t have large draw downs.
    Both my well-being and my wallet is happier now that I have found a service that truly cares for me rather than these big companies.

  • steve

    The worst brokerage house is Options house … I must say that customer service is so bad that I dont know why some one is going to open an account with them… CHeap but terrible not worth time and effort.

    They re so messed up that you call customer service and they behave like they are doing favour to you instead of helping you out and they are paid for it.

    I must say bunch of shit heads …

  • rjshap

    AutoShares Automatic Investing Services is another to take a look at.

  • Gadget Guy

    check out

  • Maxime Rieman

    Note: Robert Shapiro (Gadget Guy) is an employee of AutoShares

  • traderjohn

    I tried this one I love it easy to work with I started right away
    happy trading :)

  • ty hardeway

    Im a young investor wanting to invest in promising stocks or mutual funds what is recommended to start and with who??

  • Vox Populi

    Can you add to the list? They say it’s a zero commission service but I would like to hear your opinion.

  • a

    I am so glad I came across your advice. I’m going to use that direct approach. Thanks.

  • sperrdog

    I want to know where is the best websites or info on what stocks to buy. What they predict or whatever. I’m looking for stocks ten dollars and under I’m looking to get back into the market but it’s been a long time just don’t know what site to trust

  • slyng1

    Don’t take this the wrong way, but can I ask if Nerdwallet is compensated by the brokerage firms listed above? I find it strange that the two best brokers that I know (Fidelity & Interactive Brokers) are not listed, especially given how large they are. It makes me wonder if NerdWallet is being paid by the above brokers. I.e. is this truly a research piece or an advertisement for those brokerages willing to ante up.

    Interactive Brokers is a trusted, well capitalized firm with the most capabilities of any firm listed above. You can trade Bonds, Stocks, Options, Futures, and 70+ foreign markets from one account. The commissions are the cheapest, their margin rates make the other brokers listed here look like loan sharks, and studies have shown their execution is better than other brokers. Yet you knock it because you have to be advanced/knowledgeable?! Please give your readers more credit than that. Just because it has a completely customizable platform with numerous helpful plug-ins (i.e. there is a TON of stuff you can do with it), doesn’t mean that’s a bad thing or that it’s overly complex. If you do 2 trades/month or more you’re likely better off with IB than the majority of these brokers. Also, their customer service has improved markedly over the years.

    Others have laid out the benefits of Fidelity, so i won’t re-hash.

    I just don’t understand how such a huge oversight has not been corrected. If anyone actually reads these comments — I would reccomend going to Barron’s to get an unbiased view on the best online brokerages out there.

  • derick

    I am South African,i want to start trading ,can i trade in overseas and what do i need to do to begin trading

  • cnnmodscansuckit06

    Avoid USAA for trading. Their commissions are ridiculously high and they love to hit you with other fees when trading and put all kinds of stupid restrictions on how many and what stocks you can trade.

  • liliUS

    Is this a joke?
    Share builder that has many law suits?

  • jd

    Hey, long term, buy and hold, direct investing and dividend reinvestment, try computershare and shareowneronline, they have a lot of stocks to chose from.

    However, what I am not seeing mentioned is that many of the plans have a fee to invest funds, ($3-6) and reinvest dividends ($1-3), that total more that a brokerage trading fee. IE, McDonalds, Wal-Mart, Coke, Pepsi, AT&T to name a few. Your funds in a direct investment plan are less liquid that a brokerage account and usually you pay a batch fee of $15 plus a few cents per share to sell.

    Why would you prefer that over say a Tradeking or Optionsexpress, $4.95 to buy and sell with free dividend reinvestment? Liquid funds, no batch fee to sell?

    I have several direct investment plans but only because it makes me disciplined to pay myself first and I am only investing $25 a month into those plans so it makes no sense to pay a brokerage fee of $4.95 off of my $25 each month. I would not participate in a plan that doesn’t offer free investment and free dividend reinvestment. I think you are better off with a low fee, free dividend reinvestment brokerage account unless you are investing very small amounts of money each month, then a free plan will work much better for you.

  • Amy

    Thank you for such a great article. I’m looking to opening an investment account with a discount brokerage firm to save my money outside retirement account and saving account since I’ve already maxed out 401K and I have enough emergency fund in the saving. I’d like to have the money withdraw from my paycheck directly to the investment account. I don’t know much about investment outside 401k. I’m debating between TD Ameritrade and TradeKing. I’ll probably put most of my money to commission-fee ETF and No Load Mutual Funds. Can you recommend the best discount brokerage firm for my situation?

    Thank you,

  • Nate

    What about Interactive Brokers? They get great reviews.
    Also, Think or Swim?

  • Donna

    I’m not very experienced in trading but i tried royal-binary dot com and I made some money :) It’s quite simple

  • Trader1998

    Best overall online broker. TD Ameritrade? Really? 9.99 Commission? What about execution speed?
    As a seasoned veteran in the financial markets I disagree. Look at TradeStation for beginners and Interactive brokers for advanced traders. TD and Trade King do not deserve the #1 rankings.

  • Noah

    Hey Everybody, Besides investing into a roth and a 401k i want to get into investing on my own. Does anyone use Tradeking? What are the pros and cons?
    Im not going to be a dat trader but will make a few buys thru the year.

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  • allenrodger

    Yes, I know some of companies they actually work awesome but every trading person can’t afford them and just because of the budget.

  • James Haslip

    Do not use OptionsHouse. I sent them a check which did not get there for over a week. I stopped payment on it after such a long time and then closed my account without ever funding. Now I am constantly receiving margin call notices for an account which was never funded. I have never used margins. Of course, I can not get into the closed account to find out what they are calling me on. It has been over a week since the margin call started. Who knows when the harassment will end?

  • John

    TradeKing doesn’t allow day trading.

  • Hal Permsutter

    I highly doubt the TradeKing offer ends November 31, 2014, as November only has 30 days in it.

  • nedparks

    Scottrade had a program called FRIP and for no reason they have dumped it. It allowed you to reinvest your dividends at no cost.

  • Alv

    can those recommended online brokerage trade stocks in LSE?

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  • john starks

    Do you guys know the best online investment accounts with no account minimum and you can trade sub penny stocks such as .0001 a share thanks :). Ive invested before and made tons of money but i lost my account to an estate because i wasn’t the beneficiary it was a partner deal. Now i have to start all over i used to use trade but i don’t have an enough for the account minimum

  • Tambe Abia

    instead of buying shares I think one can try the lottery,

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  • Michael

    Scottrade has a really good platform. Also, their minimum deposit is $500 for brokerage accounts.

  • Austin_Ed

    You earn a commission/fee for each customer you refer to each of these brokers. Can you share how much you earn from each broker? I’m curious to what extent your ranking is influenced by the payments you receive.

  • Steve

    Disappointed this site does nothing to talk about the FREE trading sites like Loyal3 or RobinHood.

  • Alan Broderick

    Which account would work best for only buying and selling or trading stocks?

  • Robert

    I opened an account with tradeking, and they’re so incompetent, they lost my asset transfer form and account statement… *fume* I wanted to trade with them.. but can’t handle stupid people

  • chris

    Signed up with TradeKing and never got my $200?!?!?

  • George

    TradeKing is very incompetent broker. I’ve been using it for two years and have constant technical glitches with incorrect prices shown in the terminal, or zero funds shown in my account. This happens both on my Windows PC and iPhone/iPad. I had several very good trades I missed because I couldn’t trade, so I’m changing my broker now. TradeKing support is arrogant and lack any comprehension how to interact with customers.

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  • Anuj Sharma

    My Value Trade is best online stock broker in India which provides unlimited trading among the best on the web.

    Commission: Rs.10 per Trade only

    Brokerage Plan: Single plateform which provides online trading services with yearly and monthly plans by paying fixed cost and no hidden charge.

    Fixed Brokerage Monthly Plan: Rs.1000 per Month (unlimited trading)

    Fixed Brokerage Yearly Plan: Rs.10000 per Year (unlimited trading)

  • Anuj Sharma

    My Value Trade is best online stock broker in India which provides unlimited trading among the best on the web.

    Commission: Rs.10 per Trade only

    Brokerage Plan: Single plateform which provides online trading services with yearly and monthly plans by paying fixed cost and no hidden charge.

    Fixed Brokerage Monthly Plan: Rs.1000 per Month (unlimited trading)

    Fixed Brokerage Yearly Plan: Rs.10000 per Year (unlimited trading)

  • Eileithyia

    ThinkOrSwim is the best trading software.

  • Eileithyia

    ThinkOrSwim is the best trading software.

  • Amit Singh

    Nice blog for online trading.I want best performing online trading platform in india.

  • Alejandro José Poveda Guevara

    Hi! I am from Ecuador… I am looking to invest through etrade; I am worried about dividends, all dividends are taxed 30% to non resident aliens? it is very disappointing.. any help clearing this to me

    • NerdWallet

      Hi Alejandro – thanks for reaching out! This might be a good question to ask one of our advisors on our Ask an Advisor platform This is a free service and you should hear a response within a few days of posting your question.

  • CigarEmporium Sales

    I would like to know what the most money you can have at a time in a trading account like Scott Trade or Fidelity?

  • N2OO2

    If you pay more than $5 a trade, you’re getting ripped off. Don’t do it. E-Trade at $9.99 per trade is a sham. Pay attention. Trading fees make a big difference.