1. E*Trade Brokerage: Introduction
  2. E*Trade Brokerage: Account Types and Minimum Deposits
  3. E*Trade Brokerage: Services Offered
  4. E*Trade Brokerage: Commissions / Fee Structure
  5. E*Trade Brokerage: Tools and Additional Features
  6. E*Trade Brokerage: Conclusion

E*Trade offers a range of trading and investment options to clients. E*Trade clients can buy or sell (online) stocks, options, mutual funds, bonds, international stocks, and futures. E*Trade does not offer precious metals, annuities, or insurance products.

E*Trade also operates an online bank where clients can open checking and/or savings accounts, as well as take out home loans.

E*Trade offers a host of retirement account options, as well as services targeted to business investors. Advisory services are available at E*Trade (with a minimum account size of $25,000), and the company also offers certain trust services.

For related reading, see Picking Your First Broker.


E*Trade Brokerage: Commissions / Fee Structure
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