Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Tools And Features
  1. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Overview
  2. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Services And Commission / Fee Structure
  4. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Tools And Features
  5. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Conclusion

Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Tools And Features

Schwab offers an array of standard analysis tools to investors. Clients can make use of charts, watchlists, calendars, screens and financial databases. Schwab also provides equity investors with third-party equity research from Credit Suisse, as well as proprietary Schwab equity ratings. (For related reading, see Calculating The Equity Risk Premium.)

Figure 3: Sample chart from Charles Schwab\'s Investment Help tools
Active traders can take advantage of more advanced tools, including more robust screening, quotation and charting packages.

Additional Info/Features
With its history in brick-and-mortar discount brokerages, Schwab offers a network of over 300 branch offices around the country. Schwab also offers extensive online support (including real-time chat) and phone-based assistance. Schwab also has apps and tools available for mobile account access. (For related reading, see 10 Tips For Choosing An Online Broker.)

Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Conclusion

  1. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Overview
  2. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Services And Commission / Fee Structure
  4. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Tools And Features
  5. Charles Schwab Broker Summary: Conclusion
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