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    E TRADE:E Trade is a pioneer in online trading for retail investors, having been established in the 1980s. To date, E*Trade is an online financial services company specializing in providing a first-class trading experience for digital investors and traders, supported by personal professional guidance. E*Trade also has a high tech hosting platform for advisors and the number one stock plan management platform in the industry. E*Trade is not currently regulated by any regulatory authority.

    Abstract:E Trade is a pioneer in online trading for retail investors, having been established in the 1980s. To date, E*Trade is an online financial services company specializing in providing a first-class trading experience for digital investors and traders, supported by personal professional guidance. E*Trade also has a high tech hosting platform for advisors and the number one stock plan management platform in the industry. E*Trade is not currently regulated by any regulatory authority.

      Basic Information & Regulators

      E Trade is a pioneer in online trading for retail investors, having been established in the 1980s. To date, E*Trade is an online financial services company specializing in providing a first-class trading experience for digital investors and traders, supported by personal professional guidance. E*Trade also has a high tech hosting platform for advisors and the number one stock plan management platform in the industry. E*Trade is not currently regulated by any regulatory authority.

      Safety Analysis

      E Trade's general financial license from the National Futures Association (NFA) is suspected to be a sleeve, meaning that the company is not effectively regulated by any regulatory body, so investors should avoid choosing E*Trade broker.

      Market Instruments

      E Trade provides investors with a wide range of trading instruments to choose from, mainly futures, options, stocks, exchange-traded funds, mutual funds, bonds, etc.

      Account Types

      E Trade offers a wide range of account types to suit different investors' trading needs and experiences, mainly brokerage accounts, retirement accounts, core portfolio accounts, managed portfolio accounts, small business accounts, and bank accounts.

      Commission Fees

      Stock and Futures Trading Fees: Traders with 0 to 29 trades per quarter will pay $0 for stock and options trades and $0.65 for options contracts. For traders with 30 or more trades per quarter, the futures contract fee is $0.50. Online secondary trading is subject to a fee of $1 per bond (minimum $10, maximum $250). Commission for trading futures contracts is $1.50 per contract and $19.99 for shared funds.

      Trading Platform Applied

      E Trade offers traders the Power E*Trade trading platform, which can be used to trade stocks, options, and futures with ease of use and is certainly the most suitable trading platform if traders are keen to track markets and trading movements. Investors can also use E*Trade, as well as the mobile version of the trading platform to trade.


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