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

Scottrade offers online trading services, online banking, mobile trading, and market research tools. The company gives self-directed investors and traders the ability to research market opportunities and make their own investing decisions. More than 500 branch offices throughout the United States provide in-person support and small-group educational seminars. (For related reading, see Fidelity Online Brokerage.)


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