Fidelity Online Brokerage: Additional Info/Features
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  1. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Introduction
  2. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Account Types and Minimum Deposits
  3. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Commission / Fee Structure
  4. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Analysis Tools
  5. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Additional Info/Features
  6. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Conclusion

Fidelity Online Brokerage: Additional Info/Features

In addition to online information, Fidelity offers a relatively wide selection of customer service options. Investors can send an email, call an 800 number, use instant messaging, or visit a physical location (over 100) to address any questions or issues.

Fidelity also guarantees a high level of execution – if eligible orders are not executed in one second, the trade is commission-free. Fidelity clients who meet certain account minimums are also eligible for more hands-on service, including assigned account representatives.

Fidelity Online Brokerage: Conclusion

  1. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Introduction
  2. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Account Types and Minimum Deposits
  3. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Commission / Fee Structure
  4. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Analysis Tools
  5. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Additional Info/Features
  6. Fidelity Online Brokerage: Conclusion
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