Once you know exactly how and when you are going to buy and sell your stocks, it is then necessary to keep costs low. Basically, one should consider a deep discount broker. Why pay for a full service broker if you already know which stocks you are going to buy? The following table lists the best online brokers for the Dogs of the Dow investor. From this exclusive list you can easily investigate further and determine which broker best meets your needs.
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1 – To be a Top Dog Broker, the brokerage in question must be relatively well known (e.g. significant market share), reputable, charge $10 or less per trade, and offer a straight forward commission schedule.
2 – Commission rates are for internet orders on listed securities with less than 1000 shares per trade.
3 – Always review the commission and fee schedules before applying since they are subject to change.
4 – Customer satisfaction based on the latest results from the Dogs of the Dow Broker Survey. If you would like to receive the latest results, sign up to receive our popular Dogs of the Dow Newsletter.