Here’s a comparison of major online brokers:
|Category||Average Broker||eToro||Plus500||CMC Markets||Robinhood||Interactive Brokers|
|Investment Products||Stocks, ETFs,||Stocks, ETFs,||CFDs, Forex,||Stocks, ETFs,||Stocks, ETFs,||Stocks, ETFs,|
|Mutual Funds,||Cryptocurrencies,||Commodities,||Options, Futures,||Cryptocurrencies,||Mutual Funds,|
|Bonds, Options,||Indices,||Indices||Cryptocurrencies||Options,||Bonds, Options,|
|Futures, Forex||Commodities||Cryptocurrencies||Futures, Forex|
|Customer Support||Varies||Email, live chat||Email, live chat||Email, phone, chat||Email, chat, phone||Email, chat, phone|
|Education Resources||Varies||Webinars,||Educational resources||Webinars,||Limited resources||Webinars, tutorials|
Please note that this table provides a general overview of the features offered by these online brokers and may not include all the details or be exhaustive. It’s important to conduct further research and consider your specific investment needs, including factors such as fees, trading tools, research resources, and available markets when choosing the most suitable online broker for your investment goals.
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