discount broker


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Related to discount broker: Deep discount broker, Full Service Broker

discount broker

n.
A stockbroker or brokerage that charges low fees.

discount brokerage n.
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discount broker

nWechselmakler(in) m(f)
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He lowered his EPS estimates across the discount broker stocks he covers by 4% on average for 2019 and by an average of 6% for 2020, noting that he cut his estimates the most for TD Ameritrade in 2020, lowering them by 11% due to lower yields and client cash balances.
Summary: Mumbai [India], May 14 (ANI-Newsvoir): India's most affordable discount broker, 5Paisa.com said, its free mobile application 5Paisa has reached a million users, the most downloaded and used application among discount brokers in India.
If you don't need advice, use a discount broker. Here you pay a fee of around PS25, but they rebate all the commission into your policy so it can be thousands of pounds cheaper.
Based on my analysis of TD Ameritrade's fourth-quarter earnings report, I calculate that the online discount broker earned about $119.30 per average funded account in transaction-related fees on an annualized basis in the fourth quarter. Coinbase almost certainly makes more in transaction-related fees on crypto trades than TD Ameritrade makes from trades on legitimate financial markets on a per-user basis. 
Levinson and her then partner wound up working in the same department at the San Francisco-based discount broker Charles Schwab.
They could either do it themselves using online tools and a discount broker, or they could work with an advisor.
You can cut costs by trading with a discount broker, but then you'll probably have to make your own investment decisions.
Devote a small portion of your extra money, and open an account with a discount broker such as ShareBuilder or E-Trade.
She decided to put her home at Riverhouse in Battery Park City on the FSBO site and to give the listing to a non-exclusive discount broker (rather than give it as an exclusive to a Corcoran or an Elliman) because, she said, "We're in a rush to sell, and we wanted to hit it from all angles."
Discount broker Willis Owen is close to launching the UK's first vice fund.
A search for "discount broker" turned up a slew of places competing on price.
Then, after earning an advanced degree from the London School of Economics, he worked at Chemical Bank and Toronto Dominion Bank, the parent company of discount broker TD Waterhouse.