Do you want to start investing but you don’t have a brokerage account yet? We evaluated different online brokers to help you make a decision.
We have selected the following 10 companies based on:
Charles Schwab is a multinational financial services company that offers banking, commercial banking, an electronic trading platform, and wealth management services.
Merrill Edge is a stockbroker within Bank of America offering stocks, ETFs, options and bonds.
Interactive Brokers is a multinational brokerage firm that primarily serves investors who are more experienced with trading.
DEGIRO is a privately owned Dutch online discount broker, recommended for price-sensitive buy-and-hold investors.
eToro is a social trading brokerage company that focuses on financial and copy trading services.
Revolut is a fintech startup out of London, England that offers commission-free stock trading.
Lynx is a Netherlands-based stockbroker that offers a large product and market range.
Saxo Bank is a Danish investment bank specializing in online trading and investment.
Self Bank is a brokerage firm under Singular Bank and is focused on retail banking and online brokerage.
Renta 4 Banco is a bank specializing in online brokerage and securities trading services located in Madrid.
Disclaimer: while we did our best to assess a number of European and American brokerage firms and to narrow it down to the 10 brokers presented on this list, we encourage you to do your own research before deciding where to open an investment account. The fact that we present these companies here should not be construed as our endorsement or guarantee of their quality and safety. We do not receive any compensation, in any form, from these companies, or any other, for the purposes of doing this assessment.