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

Tools

E*Trade offers many of the standard analysis tools to equity investors. E*Trade clients can make use of charting software, screens, and other fundamental tools. Clients can also create watchlists and alerts. E*Trade has a relationship with Credit Suisse that enables the company to offer this bank's sell-side research to clients.

Figure 2: A sample of E*Trade\'s stock screening tools.


Various tools are available through E*Trade's mobile platform and more active investors get access to E*Trade Pro, which includes more advanced trackers, strategy screeners, and customizable charting.

Additional Info/Features
As a predominantly online operation, E*Trade offers most of its customer service through online information, email, and phone centers. There are a limited number (28) of physical offices to service investors.

SEE: Evaluating Your Stock Broker


E*Trade Brokerage: Conclusion
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