Brokerage Finder

Want to trade stocks? You’re going to need an online brokerage.


Robinhood is the ideal brokerage for beginning investors. The brokerage is convenient for mobile traders and has revolutionized the industry with commission-free trading. Their popularity is great for investors looking for a large and active community.


Webull serves as a main competitor to Robinhood. Both brokerages serve similar demographics of traders. However, Webull is preferred by their users for their distinctive platform and research tools.


E*TRADE provides a perfect mix of comfortability and professionalism, relative to other brokerages. E*TRADE is respectively decent in all aspects, and notably above average in customer service.

TD Ameritrade

TD Ameritrade is a hybrid of E*TRADE and Interactive Brokers. TD Ameritrade's main appeal is Thinkorswim, their advanced trading platform that greatly enhances the brokerage and makes it distinguishable from the rest of the list.

Interactive Brokers

Interactive Brokers is geared towards traders who have pre-existing investing experience, rather than beginners. The brokerage is praised for their advanced trading platform, which unfortunately can intimidate novice investors.


Merrill is a brokerage from Bank of America. Merrill's main appeal is its credibility, as it is backed by a major financial institution. This creates comfort for investors who would like to invest a large amount of their personal assets.


Fidelity Investments has a strong reputation for their mutual funds. Fidelity is ideal for investors who are investing a large amount of their personal assets, but are also seeking the tools of a brokerage like TD Ameritrade.

Charles Schwab

Credibilty, credibilty, credibilty, that is what Charles Schwab is widely-known for. Charles Schwab is one of the largest broker-dealers in the United States. The company has over 1,200 financial advisors, operates more than 330 brick-and-mortar locations in 46 states, and serves 7,000 registered investment advisors, with a total assets under management of nearly $4 trillion.