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Charles schwabCharles Schwab

Bottom line

Experts say Charles Schwab has excellent investment tools, research and customer support -- all available online and in person at hundreds of branch locations. At about $9 per trade, costs are not the lowest around, though Schwab is a full-service brokerage.

Ease of use

Account minimum may be waived. Signing up with Charles Schwab is relatively easy, and the $1,000 minimum investment can be waived with regular deposits. The company's revamped and simplified website is much easier to use, reviewers say, and its StreetSmart Edge platform is "highly flexible," according to the expert at Reviews.

Among its benefits are customizable charts and tools, so you can see the information that's most important to you. Schwab also has outstanding research -- especially for mutual funds and ETFs, according to the American Association of Individual Investors -- all for free with an account. Mobile trading is available for Android, iPad and iPhone, and mobile deposits are offered.

Pricing and services

Moderate costs, many investment options. Charles Schwab's costs are moderate (Est. $9 per online equity trade). Minimums aren't too high (Est. $1,000 for a variety of IRAs, brokerage accounts and even Education Savings Accounts) and can be waived. There are no account maintenance fees and broker-assisted fees aren't too high (Est. $25 plus the original trade fee). Many mutual funds are free to trade online, but transaction-fee funds (Est. $76) are on the high end. There are a wealth of investment options, including mutual funds, ETFs, stocks, options and stocks in 35 countries as well as 60 global exchanges. Futures trades can be made through the company's subsidiary, OptionsXpress.

Customer service

24/7 phone support and retail brokerages. Charles Schwab offers superior customer service, including 24-hour phone support and 300 brokerage offices for face-to-face assistance. There is also email and live chat support, but no online community. The company's investment research (both in-house and third-party) is praised by experts and includes extensive information on global stocks and industries. StockBrokers rates Schwab first in research, in part due to its in-house ratings of 3,000 stocks. If your trading needs are simple, Scottrade (Est. $7 per trade) offers lower commissions and fees, and has more than 500 branch locations throughout the U. S.