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2021 Globe And Mail 'Online Brokerage Rankings'
February 28, 2021
10:01 am
Dean
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Just in case you missed it . . .

Back in late January, The Globe And Mail published its 22nd annual 'Online Brokerage Rankings' article. It's well worth the read, and offers lots of good insights.

Take Notes ❗ sf-smile

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March 1, 2021
5:45 pm
Dean
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For myself, I've had my three investment accounts with 'TD Direct Investing' for several years now. For the most part, I've been quite happy with them.

My Son is about to open his first investment account (TFSA Investment Account). But the last I heard, he's probably going to go with 'Qtrade'.

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March 1, 2021
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Thank you for sharing.
I used itrade, cibc investor edge, questrade and national brokerage.
Questrade is the best but ECN fee is a huge draw back for them.

March 2, 2021
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Canadianbull said
Thank you for sharing.
I used itrade, cibc investor edge, questrade and national brokerage.
Questrade is the best but ECN fee is a huge draw back for them.  

Absolutely. It's what ultimately drove my business away from them, although the ECN fees aren't a factor for people who don't trade a lot or don't dabble in small caps

March 3, 2021
9:47 am
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Canadianbull said

Thank you for sharing.
I used itrade, cibc investor edge, questrade and national brokerage.
Questrade is the best but ECN fee is a huge draw back for them.  

Interesting

My stock portfolios are not big enough to justify using four different brokerages. But in addition to TD Direct, I may start using Qtrade as well.

    Dean

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