Brokers that offer investor shareholder services include TD Ameritrade, TradeKing, Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments and Scottrade, according to Investopedia. TradeStation Securities, Interactive Brokers, Merrill Edge and OptionsHouse also provide brokerage services.
TD Ameritrade, which has an asset base of at least 600 billion dollars, provides its customers with an easy-to-use website, fundamental research and trading tools, and a mobile trading experience, explains Investopedia. The company offers 24/7 customer support to its clients. TradeKing charges low commission rates and offers good customer service, user friendly tools, improved research and high technology.
Just like Charles Schwab, Scottrade offers good customer service, quality research and low-cost commission rates, notes Investopedia. Scottrade, which has 500 branches locally, provides high-quality services to clients. In addition to offering quality customer service, educational content and low-cost pricing, Fidelity Investments has services in 25 countries. Interactive Brokers, a company that offers a variety of trading tools and low commission rates, has a presence in 30 countries and boasts 100 market centers.
TradeStation Securities offers advanced technological innovation, a mobile trading application and user-friendly website, notes Investopedia. Merrill Edge works with Morningstar and Lipper to provide its clients with exceptional research. The firm not only offers superb customer service but also provides free trade via a certain program. E-Trade is another broker that offers investor shareholder services. The company has 30 branch offices and offers a wide variety of trading tools, technological innovation, an easy-to-use trading platform and excellent customer service.