Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Commission And Fee Structure
  1. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Overview
  2. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Services Offered
  4. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Commission And Fee Structure
  5. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Customer Support
  6. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Analysis And Trading Tools
  7. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Conclusion

Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Commission And Fee Structure

Scottrade's commission and fee structure includes:

  • $7 online stock trades
  • $32 broker-assisted trades

The following figures show details regarding commissions for specific investment products:

Scottrade's 500+ offices across the United States are staffed with brokers who transact investors' business over the phone or in person. (For related reading, see Broker Or Trader: Which Career Is Right For You?)

Trading accounts are also subject to additional fees:

Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Customer Support

  1. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Overview
  2. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Services Offered
  4. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Commission And Fee Structure
  5. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Customer Support
  6. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Analysis And Trading Tools
  7. Broker Summary: Scottrade Online Trading Platform: Conclusion
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