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TD Ameritrade

Special Offer
Online Trades
Market/Limit Orders $6.95
Touchtone Phone
Market/Limit Orders $34.99
Broker Assisted
Market/Limit Orders $44.99
Cash Account
$0
Margin Account
$2,000
Retirement Account
$0
  • Online Banking
  • Mobile Trading
  • Global Trading on Foreign ExchangesFootnote number 1
  • Options
  • Mutual Funds
  • Dividend Reinvestment
  • Local Offices
  • Broker Assisted Trades
TD Ameritrade Mobile:
Trade at the drop of a hat with the leader in mobile trading.
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Exceptional Value:
Learn about TD Ameritrade’s managed portfolio and automatic fee rebate.
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Support when you need it:
Help online 24/7 and at your local branch
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Interactive Brokers

Special Offer
Online Trades
Market/Limit Orders 1/2 penny per share
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Touchtone Phone
Market/Limit Orders $30 per order
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Broker Assisted
Market/Limit Orders 1 penny per share
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Cash Account
$10,000
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Margin Account
$10,000
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Retirement Account
$5000
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  • Online Banking
  • Mobile Trading
  • Global Trading on Foreign Exchanges
  • Options
  • Mutual Funds
  • Dividend Reinvestment
  • Local Offices
  • Broker Assisted Trades
  • Debit Card
  • No minimums for starting Advisor or Hedge Fund business
MobileTWS:
Trade stocks, options, futures, futures options and forex worldwide from your phone.
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Stock Yield Enhancement Program:
Earn extra income on the fully-paid shares of stock held in your account.
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Margin Rates::
Below 2%
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Footnote number 1 - TD Ameritrade clients have access to foreign securities via exchanges in the United States and Canada. We currently do not trade on any other world exchanges.

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