Investment Account for Corporations
Business-grade tools and investing guidance
- Access our trading, research, and cash management tools
- Work with our Financial Consultants2
- Eligible customers can borrow on margin3
minimum initial deposit
no-load no transaction fee mutual funds (NTF)4
Why open an investment account for a corporation?
Because it puts our investment types, trading tools, guidance, and analysis to work for your business. And if you qualify, you can borrow on margin, so you can potentially do more with your investing capital.
A full range of investments
Build a diversified portfolio that includes stocks, ETFs, bonds, mutual funds, options, and futures
Tools, guidance, and analysis
Make your investment choices using our market analysis, decision-making tools, Financial Consultants,2 and more
Trade on margin
For eligible accounts, the Investment Account for Corporations lets you borrow and trade on margin3
Trade more, pay less
With E*TRADE, you pay a $6.95 commission for stock and option trades. Here’s a quick overview of our clear, competitive per-trade pricing.
$4.95 with 30+ trades per quarter5
$4.95 with 30+ trades per quarter,5 pay $0 commission on more than 200 ETFs6
no load, no-transaction fee for more than 4,400 funds4
for online secondary market trades ($10 minimum, $250 maximum)7
50¢ - 75¢
per contract; plus $4.95 - $6.95 commission5
per contract, per side —plus fees8
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