Go next-level - take a position on stocks and ETFs with America's best online broker2
Get unlimited exposure to stocks and ETFs at zero commission1
Find out when stocks are going ex-dividend - create a watchlist and add the dividends field
Use a platform that caters to multiple trading experience levels and offers flexibility to align to your short and long-term goals
Choose strategies that enable you to potentially profit by speculating on rising or falling stock and ETF prices3
Access stocks and ETFs with high trading volumes and tight spreads, which often means favorable prices to put on and take off trades
With tastyworks, you can trade and invest in any underlying asset listed on a U.S. stock exchange - including over 8,000 stocks
|U.S. Stocks||International Exposure||Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)|
|Look for opportunities on stocks that are listed on U.S. stock exchanges||Get exposure to foreign companies' stocks4||Trade a group of stocks in one position with index and sector ETFs|
Buy and sell shares of stock based on your goals and outlook over any timeframe
Explore countless alternatives to find potentially favorable opportunities
Use the dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) to put yields into your investment
Trade shares of a stock or basket of stocks by going long or short3
When buying and selling stocks with tastyworks, you won't pay any commission - this applies to an unlimited number of shares. So, whether you buy or sell 10 shares or 200 shares, both trades would still be commission-free.1
Unlike trading equity or ETF options, which are equivalent to 100 shares of a stock per contract, you're able to place stock and ETF orders that are less than 100 shares. These are referred to as odd lot stock orders.
Options on stocks and ETFs also differ commission-wise: you'd pay an opening commission of $1.00 per contract, which is capped at a maximum of $10.00 per leg, and zero commission to close.5Find out more about pricing and fees
Stocks represent units of ownership relating to an individual company.
Investors can purchase a stock's shares if they believe the price will rise. They can also capitalize on downward movement of the stock's share price without being a shareholder.3
ETFs basically track the performance of a group of stocks - in some cases, thousands.
While ETFs give you diversified exposure, implied volatility (IV) tends to be lower compared to single name stocks.
Explore the advanced functionalities of the award-winning tastyworks platform2
Check out the Follow Feed and video feed for inspiration on possible opportunities
Search through our offerings, and follow curated watchlists or create your own
Get your slice of the proverbial pie with the best trading platform in America2 - tastyworks is secure, reliable and fast. Own shares of a stock, or trade your directional assumption whether you choose desktop, browser or mobile mode.
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1 All stock trades incur a cleaning fee of $0.0008 per share, and applicable exchange and regulatory fees.
2Named the Best Online Broker by Investor's Business Daily (IBD) in its ninth annual survey.
3Short-selling stock is only permissible in a margin account.
4American depositary receipts (ADRs) enable investors in the US to buy foreign companies' stock. ADRs are certificates, which represent a certain number of shares of foreign companies' stock, issued bu U.S. depositary banks.
5Options aren't commission-free. Pay $1.00 per contract to open, which is capped at a maximum of $10.00 per leg. Applicable exchange, clearing, and regulatory fees still apply to all opening and closing trades.