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Intuitive interfaces, a plethora of features, and easy access have made online brokers incredibly popular options for stock trading. Many brokers have fees well below that of personal brokers as well as bonus tools and unique features aimed at assisting those new to the investing world.

The 6 best online brokers for stock trading of 2020

Robinhood: Best discount broker
Charles Schwab: Best support and service
E*TRADE: Best trader resources
TD Ameritrade: Best for developing traders
Ally Invest: Best for options
SoFi Invest: Best for fractional shares

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What is an online broker?

Online brokers are simply brokerage firms that operate online instead of face-to-face. With an online broker, you can still trade stocks, ETFs, options and more. The most notable differences involve cost, convenience and the overall interactive experience.
Brokerage firms that operate primarily online give users the flexibility to trade and invest wherever they are. With snappy user interfaces and mobile integration, stock trading can be accessed by nearly everyone, even those without a large amount of capital to invest. This is because online brokers generally have significantly lower fees than personal brokers, as most of the investment work is handled by programs and algorithms.
The trade-off with online platforms such as these is that you will often have to make the trading decisions yourself — with account management directed by a person costing a premium.
Though the abundance of tools and educational resources that many of these brokers provide can help people of all skill levels get started in the world of trading.

How should I choose the right online broker?

With so many options to choose from, there are a few key factors to consider when picking the best online broker for you. With any stock trading or investment platform you should always take into consideration:
Your personal goals and trading needs
Fees & commissions
Account and trading limitations
Unique features
Your personal goals and trading needs will determine what you ultimately want out of the platform. Are you looking to invest in the short-term or long term? How often do you want to trade? How much are you willing to invest? Do you want to only trade stocks, or do you want access to other trading tools down the road? Answering these questions is a good way to gauge which broker you should approach.
Beyond the personal questions, you should always compare the cost of trading. While a cheaper option often sounds like the smartest investing choice, it doesn’t guarantee you’ll get a higher return. Often cheaper services will have more account and trading limitations.
Account and trading limitations are the rules and commissions each broker sets forth for you to use their platform. These are things like account minimums, trade frequencies, investment options available to you, whether you can purchase fractional shares and much more.
Lastly, take into consideration what’s unique about each platform and how you can use that to your advantage. For example, if you’re new to stock trading or investing in general, a platform with easy to use tools or even with excellent support and service such as Charles Schwab might be the most beneficial.

Should I self-direct my stock investments or hire a manager?

Managers are expensive; this makes the allure of self-directing stock investments a frugal one. Making all the trades yourself will certainly save you money, but only if you make a gain with your investments.
Managers only take a percentage if they make you money — giving them incentives to do well. If you’re not confident in your abilities to trade, or you lack the dedication to ensure your portfolio is performing optimally, then a manager can help.
If you’re more worried about making the most out of your investment efforts, then self-directing your stock investments is the path you should take.