ETrade Review 2021 (UPDATED) - Is It Safe? (2022)

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eTrade is one of the best online brokers. As one of the first online brokerages in the United States, eTrade understands what it takes to succeed as an investor in the market. With their low trade fees, two excellent mobile apps, and the Power E*TRADE platform, this company provides everything for both beginners and experienced investors.

Summary

  1. e-Trade is a safe online broker, regulated by top-tier regulators. It is best for stock and options trading.
  2. The company offers an impressive variety of investment choices for both active traders and retirement investors, including advanced options strategies and over 4,500 mutual funds with no transaction fees.
  3. e-Trade’s web platform offers free streaming market data, free real-time quotes, live market commentary, analyst research stock screeners, and much more.
  4. The educational resources are great for beginner investors. They provide a wide range of support on various topics such as options trading and strategy building.
  5. The Power e-Trade platform is ideal for active investors and traders. Both web and mobile app platforms offer an incredible range of features for derivatives analysis and trading including 30 charting tools.
e-Trade
Headquarters:Arlington, Virginia, United States
Year Founded:1982
Demo Account:Yes
Regulated by:Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
Minimum deposit:$0.00
Deposit Methods:Wire Transfer, Check Deposit, Account Transfer
Withdrawal Fee:$0.00
Trading Platform:E-TRADE Web, Power E-Trade
Mobile App:eTrade mobile and Power e-Trade mobile available on iOS and Android.
Spread:Options debit spreads
Minimum Trade:$0.00

Pros and Cons

e-Trade offers two extremely versatile mobile apps that are both user-friendly and suited to different trading styles. The company offers access to extensive educational research for beginners looking to start investing along with extremely responsive 24/7 customer service. eTrade charges exceptionally low trading fees, including free stock, ETF trading, and options. Another impressive feature to note, it that ETRADE’s paper trading replicates the entire Power ETrade platform.

On the downside, the company’s website can be tricky to navigate compared to its mobile apps. Forex trading is not available as e-Trade only covers US markets and less frequent traders will face higher fees for per-contract options commissions.

PROSCONS
Two excellent user-friendly mobile apps
Extensive research tools
Low trading fees
Great customer service
Paper trading replicates the entire Power e-Trade platform
Difficult to navigate website
Per-contract options have higher fees for less frequent traders
No forex, only US markets

Regulation

E*TRADE is considered very safe as it has a long and proven track record, is listed on a stock exchange, discloses all of its financial records, and has a background in banking. E*TRADE is regulated by top-tier US regulators like the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Trading Platform

ETRADE offers its standard platform along with a more impressive and advanced Power E*TRADE platform which is aimed at different trading styles. A downside is that we found the standard ETRADE website design to be clumsy and difficult to navigate at times with two-level menus. Despite this, ETRADE has still built up a large following across their web platforms.

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Platforms Available:iOS, Android, Web, Proprietary
Charts:Yes (119)
Order Types:Market, limit, stops, and conditional orders
Alerts:Yes
Watch Lists:Yes
News Ticker:Yes
Search function:Yes
Research:Yes
Copy Trading:Yes
Demo Account:Yes

The Power E-TRADE platform, is highly praised among options traders and is one of the best trading platforms in the industry.

The web design provides impressive ease of use and speed with an incredible range of tools. You can customizable your layout to fit your preferences and jump to positions directly from your notifications with a click. The platform’s charting engine is run by Chart IQ, a great third-party provider. This comes with great features including 114 technical indicators, around 30 drawing tools, and an incredible zoom function. It provides a great experience for trading futures. You can run multiple futures ladders simultaneously, managing positions is effortless, and orders are made and tracked visually.

All platforms have a trade ticket that provides snapshot analysis with real-time data.

Power E*TRADE is a perfect platform for beginner investors to learn how to trade options. For example, the Snapshot Analysis tool translates Risk/Reward with smiley emojis, and important global events to look out for are always listed next to a profit and loss chart.

Both mobile app versions are user-friendly and allow for almost the exact same versatility as the web platforms.

Mobile App

e-Trade has one of the best mobile trading platforms we have seen on the market. Both the standard and more advanced Power ETRADE platforms have incredibly well-designed mobile app versions however, the Power ETRADE mobile app definitely takes the cake.

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The standard ETRADE app is mainly aimed at beginner investors with its two-level menus and various screening tools, educational resources, and portfolio analysis. Placing an order on the standard ETRADE app is straightforward and a trade ticket is provided. Your positions can easily be monitored and the app offers analysis tools for you to measure your allocation of assets against three model portfolios.

The Power ETRADE app allows you to do almost the exact same versatility as the Power ETRADE web platform.

Suited for both active investors and traders, the app provides charting tools, price alerts, and a much wider set of trading-focused features. For the best options for active traders, check out our guide on the best day trading apps for beginners. Power eTrade allows you to customize your layout to your preferences. It allows for derivatives analysis and contains all the features inherited through the company’s acquired OptionsHouse technology.

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Beginner-friendly and effortless to navigate, it's no surprise that E*TRADE’s mobile apps have built up such a big fan base.

Languages Available

E*TRADE’s excellent and highly responsive multilingual customer support is offered live in four languages: English, Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin. In addition, language line translation is available for customers in 140+ languages. E*TRADE stock plan pages are available in 18 languages.

Products and Markets Available

E*TRADE has a range of investments that will please both active traders and retirement investors. Their selection of choices includes futures and advanced options strategies, along with over 4,500 mutual funds with no transaction fees. This selection of mutual funds is rarely offered by competing brokers. Above this, mutual funds that aren’t featured on the no-transaction-fee list will cost $19.99 per transaction.

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All investment services offered including stocks, options, bonds, and financial-planning are done via ETRADE Capital Management. Banking services are provided through ETRADE Bank, and futures trading is offered through E*TRADE Futures LLC.

E*TRADE’s platform features a mutual fund list that is regularly updated by analysts called the All-Star Funds Report. This contains the top funds and ETFs that are being offered.

The only notable feature that their platforms are lacking is international trading and forex trading. This is a surprising downside as this is rare among US-based brokerages.

Fees And Commissions

E*TRADE offers a decent range of cost-cutting perks that beginners should look for in a broker. The company offers no commission fee, as well as no transaction fees for regular stock and ETF trades. There is no minimum deposit, along with no withdrawal fees or deposit fees.

Options will cost up to $0.65 per contract. Customers who make 30 options trades or more per quarter get a $0.50 discounted rate per contract. The company's option fees have fallen to be one of the lowest for active traders who qualify for lower pricing.

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4,500 mutual funds with no transaction fees. This selection of mutual funds is rarely offered by competing brokers. Mutual funds that aren’t featured on the no-transaction-fee list will cost $19.99 per transaction.

E*TRADE’s dividend reinvestment feature allows you to reinvest dividends on certain stocks with no commission costs. It allows you to reinvest dividends into partial shares of stocks.

Research

E*TRADE provides you with access to a range of research to expand on your investment knowledge and conduct in-depth market analysis. ETRADE’s platforms feature great in-house market commentary and analysis. In addition to five third-party research report options, ETRADE offers consensus ratings from multiple third-parties. This includes breakdowns through TipRanks from various analysts.

Charting on the web platform includes the Trefis price estimate, with a quick link to view Trefis's full analysis.

E*TRADE's in-house staff provide a range of content which includes the Daily Insights and Market Happenings series. In addition, Bloomberg TV is also available on the web platform.

However, in terms of design and ease of use, E*TRADE's screening and quote experiences could use some work. It also doesn’t quite match some of its competitors in terms of quality and depth of research, and there is no live broadcasting feature.

Education

E*TRADE’s website offers a Learning Center that contains helpful support resources on trading, investing-related articles, and guides to using online trading platforms. It offers investor education in a variety of formats and covers all relevant topics for both beginners and advanced investors.

Beginner investors start by checking out the Getting Started section and move on from there once they are more comfortable with investing concepts.

They host webinars on a variety of topics including options trading, technical analysis, and how to diversify a portfolio.

The education center is available for free to everyone, even those who aren’t customers.

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E*TRADE, in light of the ongoing pandemic, has published a Covid-19 resource center for its clients. Their educational resources have been updated to include support for understanding new laws in order for customers to optimize their decisions.

Account Opening

There are various account types available including brokerage, retirement, bank, and small business. There are no minimum deposits or withdrawal fees.

How to open an account:

  1. Visit the official website and click the “open an account” button
  2. Fill out either the brokerage or bank online application form
  3. Verify your account
  4. Either fund your account instantly online or mail in your direct deposit

By phone:

Call 800-ETRADE-1 (800-387-2331)

By mail:

  1. Download an application form and print it out
  2. Complete and sign the application
  3. Send the application with a payable check either to ETRADE Securities or ETRADE Bank

Customer Support

eTrade provides impressive customer service both online and in-person, with 30 branches staffed by financial consultants. The company offers an excellent 24/7 phone line with access to brokers, retirement specialists, financial consultants, trader consultants, and product specialists. Financial consultants are available in physical branches for face-to-face assistance.

There is an online 24/7 chatbox, where mobile users can access customer service.

Feedback can be submitted to E*TRADE by clicking the “Suggestions” link found in the customer service menu in the top navigation on each page of the website.

Conclusion

ETRADE is a safe financial broker regulated by many top-tier jurisdictions. ETRADE has long been one of the most popular online brokers. The company's strong trading platforms will appeal to active traders, while beginner investors benefit from a large library of educational resources.

Outside of its $0 commissions fee, e-Trade excels with its excellent educational resources, investment and strategy-building tools, and large mutual fund selection.

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Their investing tools, educational resources, large selection of no-transaction-fee mutual funds, and innovative trading technology appeals to investors of all kinds. The 0$ commissions is perfect for active traders, and the company's high-quality educational resources are well-suited for beginners.

The Power eTrade web and mobile app also offers a great experience for options analysis, trading, and analytical power.

ETRADE is a trusted and reliable broker that sets the bar high for its competitors. With its mobile and options trade offerings, ETRADE offers a well-rounded brokerage service that suits everyone. For active day traders looking for a robust CFD trading platform, we recommend reading our Plus500 review.

FAQs

Can Etrade be trusted? ›

E*Trade protects its customers' privacy with high-grade 256-bit encryption, two-factor authentication, a protection guarantee, and SIPC-insurance. E*Trade scored an 8/10 in our safety and privacy review. It is a nice and secure app with a professional look, the right safety measures, and plenty of features.

Are Etrade accounts FDIC insured? ›

Deposits at insured banks, such as E-Trade Bank, are covered by the FDIC.

Is there anything better than Etrade? ›

TD Ameritrade's thinkorswim has trading analytics and options analysis tools that are better than E*TRADE's offering and, while both platforms allow trade journaling, only TD Ameritrade allows pictures and graphs to be added.

What did Etrade change to? ›

All E*TRADE Bank accounts, including Checking, Max-Rate Checking, and Premium Savings Accounts, are now held at Morgan Stanley Private Bank. You should continue using the same log-on information to access your accounts on etrade.com, the E*TRADE mobile app, and the Power E*TRADE platform and app.

How do I get my money out of Etrade? ›

Log in to your account. Select 'Withdrawal' or 'Withdraw funds' from the appropriate menu. Select the withdrawal method and/or the account to withdraw to (if more than one option is available) Enter the amount to be withdrawn, and, if prompted, a short reason or description.

Is Etrade really free? ›

E*TRADE charges no annual or inactivity fee. There is a $75 full transfer out fee; it's $25 for a partial transfer. Most brokers impose a fee to transfer securities out of your account; that fee is often higher if you transfer out your full balance and close the account completely.

Are brokerage accounts safer than banks? ›

What about your money? Even as the money in your low-interest bearing savings account is probably making you more this week than the money in your trading account, the money in your brokerage account is actually probably safer from an insurance perspective.

How much money is protected in a brokerage account? ›

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Insurance

FDIC insurance covers brokered CDs owned in brokerage accounts and deposits in FDIC member federal banking institutions, such as banks and savings associations. FDIC insurance currently provides $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each ownership category.

How does e trade make money? ›

E*TRADE makes money by offering discount brokerage services to traders and investors. The company uses a model generating income from payment for order flow and interest income it earns on the free float. E*TRADE invests its client funds into money market accounts to earn interest on the capital.

How much does E-Trade charge to withdraw money? ›

E*TRADE has low non-trading fees. It charges no inactivity fee and no account fee. There is no withdrawal fee if you use ACH transfer. Withdrawals to other banks using wire transfer cost $25.

Which is better E-Trade or Vanguard? ›

Vanguard is the best option for investors who are ready to build an investment portfolio and who can regularly contribute at least $500 per month to their investments. In other words, Vanguard is ideal for a long-term, buy-and-hold investor who won't be trading frequently. E*TRADE is best for frequent traders.

Is Fidelity better than E-Trade? ›

Overall, we found E*TRADE is a good choice for active traders and investors—especially those who want access to a suite of excellent options tools. At the same time, Fidelity is better for casual investors and traders looking for low costs and access to international trading.

What is E-Trade now called? ›

E*TRADE is the pioneer of online trading for retail investors and now part of Morgan Stanley, a leading global financial services firm renowned for the quality of its wealth management, investment advisory services, research, and market insights.

Is E-Trade being bought out? ›

Axos Financial is buying E*Trade Advisor Services (EAS), the registered investment advisor custody business acquired by Morgan Stanley in 2020 as part of its $13 billion takeover of E*Trade, in a $55 million all-cash deal, according to an announcement made Tuesday.

What bank does E-Trade use? ›

ETRADE Footer

Banking products and services are provided by Morgan Stanley Private Bank, National Association, Member FDIC.

How long does it take to transfer money from Etrade to bank account? ›

Transfer money electronically: Up to 3 business days. By check: Up to 5 business days. By wire transfer: Same business day if received before 6 p.m. ET. Transfer an account: Electronically - 10+ business days. Mail - 3 to 6 weeks.

When I sell stock on Etrade Where does the money go? ›

If you sell stock, the money for the shares should be in your brokerage firm on the third business day after the trade date. For example, if you sell the stock on Wednesday, the money should be in the account on Monday.

How much money do you have to start with on Etrade? ›

While there is no minimum to open an E*TRADE brokerage account, there is a minimum $500 deposit to invest in E*TRADE's robo-advisor platform Core Portfolios. Core Portfolios also charges a 0.30% annual advisory fee.

Why is E-Trade charging me a commission? ›

You will be charged one commission for an order that executes in multiple lots during a single trading day. Orders that execute over more than one trading day, or orders that are changed, may be subject to an additional commission.

Is E-Trade better than Ameritrade? ›

Is TD Ameritrade better than E*TRADE? After testing 15 of the best online brokers over six months, TD Ameritrade (95.41%) is better than E*TRADE (92.52%). TD Ameritrade delivers $0 trades, fantastic trading platforms, excellent market research, industry-leading education for beginners and reliable customer service.

Does E-Trade have a minimum balance? ›

No minimum initial deposit is required to open this account. However, account must be funded within 30 days to remain open. No minimums balance is required to avoid monthly account fees.

Is it safe to have all your money in one brokerage? ›

The answer, most financial advisers say, is yes. But there are no guarantees. There's a lot to be said for consolidating investment accounts under a single brokerage roof: It allows for easy management and maybe more attention or discounts from the firm.

Should I keep cash in my brokerage account? ›

1. Keep your deposit in cash at your broker. Savers can stash their cash in a brokerage and rack up interest in a money market fund, though it may be minimal these days. Typically brokerages sweep any excess cash into a basic money market account, allowing you to collect some extra coin.

Is it better to invest with a bank or a broker? ›

It is better to invest with a bank if you want to maintain your money with minimal risk. On the other hand, a broker offers many advantages, including more opportunities for fast growth, in-depth knowledge of the stock market, and fewer fees.

Can brokerage accounts be hacked? ›

How brokerage account hacks happen. Let's make one thing clear upfront: hackers can get into your brokerage account. Banks and investment firms have strong cybersecurity measures in place, but if you do not take precautions to keep your own account safe, then you risk being hacked.

How do millionaires insure their money? ›

Millionaires don't worry about FDIC insurance. Their money is held in their name and not the name of the custodial private bank. Other millionaires have safe deposit boxes full of cash denominated in many different currencies.

Are online brokerage accounts safe? ›

Cash and securities in a brokerage account are insured by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). The insurance provided by SIPC covers only the custodial function of a brokerage: It replaces or refunds a customer's cash and assets if a brokerage firm goes bankrupt.

Does ETRADE charge for transfers? ›

E-Trade offers more than 4,400 no-load, no-transaction-fee mutual funds, among the upper echelon in the industry. Yes, Interactive Brokers has more total no-transaction-fee mutual funds, but E-Trade offers more than enough funds to find what you need.

What is the difference between Robinhood and ETRADE? ›

Trading Technology

Neither broker offers backtesting of trading strategies. E*TRADE offers portfolio margining while Robinhood does not, but Robinhood allows for fractional share trading that E*TRADE only offers in its dividend reinvestment and robo-advisor offerings.

Is ETRADE good for day trading? ›

E*Trade is a quality broker that has a lot to offer, but for day traders, it may not be the best option. E*Trade is best known for its funny commercials. But the broker has some serious trading tools that day and swing traders should be aware of.

Can I transfer money from Etrade to my bank account? ›

Transfer Money is a free online service that allows you to move money between your E*TRADE and/or Morgan Stanley Private Bank accounts and from outside financial institutions.
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Funds Availability.
Deposit typeFunds available
From E*TRADE Brokerage or Morgan Stanley Private Bank to an E*TRADE IRAImmediately
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How much can you transfer from Etrade? ›

Our Transfer Money tool does limit daily transfers to $100k per day, however, you there are alternative methods to make a deposit, such as a check, or wire transfer.

How does Etrade make money without commissions? ›

E-Trade earns money in two ways: through order flow and interest on the free float. Etrade earns interest on customer funds by investing them in money market funds. Users also profit when Etrade's margin to buy or sell stocks.

Can you transfer from Etrade to Vanguard? ›

You can do everything online. Once the process is initiated, you will receive documents in mail from Vanguard in about 8-10 business days. You need to sign the papers and send to Vanguard. After receiving the papers, they will complete the transfer.

Can you invest in Vanguard through Etrade? ›

Vanguard maintains multiple agreements with firms such as TD Ameritrade, E-Trade, and Interactive Brokers. As a result, most major brokerages offer their retail clients the opportunity to trade Vanguard mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Does Etrade have financial advisors? ›

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Which trading platform is best for beginners? ›

Best Online Brokers and Trading Platforms for Beginners of 2022
  • Best Broker for Beginners: TD Ameritrade.
  • Best Broker for Investor Education: TD Ameritrade.
  • Best Broker for Ease of Trading Experience: E*TRADE.
  • Best Broker for Customer Service: TD Ameritrade.

Is Vanguard or Fidelity better? ›

While both apps are well-rated on the App Store, Fidelity has far more reviews. Vanguard has 4.7 stars from about 170,000 reviews, while Fidelity has a 4.8-star rating from some 1.9 million reviews. 12 Overall, we found that Fidelity's app offers more functionality and will be valuable to a greater range of investors.

Is Etrade a US company? ›

E-Trade Financial Corporation (stylized as E*TRADE) is a financial services subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, which offers an electronic trading platform to trade financial assets.
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E-Trade.
Logo since January 1, 2022
TypeSubsidiary
FoundersWilliam A. Porter Bernard A. Newcomb
HeadquartersArlington, Virginia, U.S.
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Is Etrade better than Fidelity? ›

After testing 15 of the best online brokers over six months, Fidelity (95.57%) is better than E*TRADE (92.52%). Fidelity is a value-driven online broker offering $0 trades, industry-leading research, excellent trading tools, an easy-to-use mobile app, and comprehensive retirement services.

Is Etrade savings account safe? ›

E*TRADE Securities LLC is a Member of SIPC, which protects customer accounts up to $500,000 for securities and cash (including $250,000 for cash only).

What is the difference between Robinhood and Etrade? ›

Trading Technology

Neither broker offers backtesting of trading strategies. E*TRADE offers portfolio margining while Robinhood does not, but Robinhood allows for fractional share trading that E*TRADE only offers in its dividend reinvestment and robo-advisor offerings.

What's better Etrade or Ameritrade? ›

Is TD Ameritrade better than E*TRADE? After testing 15 of the best online brokers over six months, TD Ameritrade (95.41%) is better than E*TRADE (92.52%). TD Ameritrade delivers $0 trades, fantastic trading platforms, excellent market research, industry-leading education for beginners and reliable customer service.

Is Etrade or Vanguard better? ›

After testing 15 of the best online brokers over six months, E*TRADE (92.52%) is better than Vanguard (62.82%).

How does Etrade make money? ›

E*TRADE makes money by offering discount brokerage services to traders and investors. The company uses a model generating income from payment for order flow and interest income it earns on the free float. E*TRADE invests its client funds into money market accounts to earn interest on the capital.

Which trading platform is best for beginners? ›

Best Online Brokers and Trading Platforms for Beginners of 2022
  • Best Broker for Beginners: TD Ameritrade.
  • Best Broker for Investor Education: TD Ameritrade.
  • Best Broker for Ease of Trading Experience: E*TRADE.
  • Best Broker for Customer Service: TD Ameritrade.

How much does E-Trade charge to withdraw money? ›

E*TRADE has low non-trading fees. It charges no inactivity fee and no account fee. There is no withdrawal fee if you use ACH transfer. Withdrawals to other banks using wire transfer cost $25.

What bank does E-Trade use? ›

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Banking products and services are provided by Morgan Stanley Private Bank, National Association, Member FDIC.

Are brokerage accounts safer than banks? ›

What about your money? Even as the money in your low-interest bearing savings account is probably making you more this week than the money in your trading account, the money in your brokerage account is actually probably safer from an insurance perspective.

Why is E-Trade charging me a commission? ›

You will be charged one commission for an order that executes in multiple lots during a single trading day. Orders that execute over more than one trading day, or orders that are changed, may be subject to an additional commission.

Does E-Trade have a minimum balance? ›

No minimum initial deposit is required to open this account. However, account must be funded within 30 days to remain open. No minimums balance is required to avoid monthly account fees.

Should I give my SSN to Robinhood? ›

1. Does Robinhood Require A Social Security Number? Yes, when registering for a Robinhood account, you must provide a valid social security number. If you do not provide an SSN, you simply won't be able to complete the registration process.

Who owns Etrade now? ›

E*TRADE is the pioneer of online trading for retail investors and now part of Morgan Stanley, a leading global financial services firm renowned for the quality of its wealth management, investment advisory services, research, and market insights.

Is Charles Schwab better than Etrade? ›

After testing 15 of the best online brokers over six months, E*TRADE (92.52%) is better than Charles Schwab (89.63%).

Who bought E Trade? ›

Axos Financial is buying E*Trade Advisor Services (EAS), the registered investment advisor custody business acquired by Morgan Stanley in 2020 as part of its $13 billion takeover of E*Trade, in a $55 million all-cash deal, according to an announcement made Tuesday.

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