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Tastytrade Review

Sam Levine, CFA, CMT

Written by Sam Levine, CFA, CMT
Edited by Carolyn Kimball
Fact-checked by Steven Hatzakis

January 23, 2024

In the jungle of online trading platforms, tastytrade is the cheetah. It stalks opportunities, watches for danger, and then chases down its prey lightning-fast for the kill.

Tastytrade’s platforms are ideal for frequent options and futures traders, thanks to their efficient workflows, useful risk management tools, killer design, and online content that make you feel like you’re on a trading desk.

tastytrade
4/5 Stars Overall
  • Minimum Deposit: $0.00
  • Stock Trades: $0.00
  • Options (Per Contract): $0.50 info
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January 2024: Crypto ETFs. Tastytrade now allows trading of spot bitcoin ETFs in brokerage accounts.

thumb_up_off_alt Pros

  • Tastytrade's layout is genius. It’s one of the only downloadable platforms that works well on a laptop instead of a desk with three to six screens.
  • I’ve spent countless hours with traders over the years, and it’s obvious that the people at tastytrade live and breathe active trading.
  • Great options and crypto pricing.

thumb_down_off_alt Cons

  • Tastytrade's maverick design approach makes the initial learning curve a bit steep, though I think it’s worth the effort.
  • No PDF research reports for deep divers.
  • Investment choices and education are oriented toward experienced traders.

Overall Summary

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Overall 4/5 Stars
Investment Options 4/5 Stars
Commissions & Fees 4.5/5 Stars
Mobile Trading Apps 4.5/5 Stars
Platforms & Tools 4.5/5 Stars
Research 2.5/5 Stars
Customer Service 4.0/5 Stars
Education 4/5 Stars
Ease Of Use 4.5/5 Stars

Investment options

Traders will find more than enough to keep them busy through the trading day, but if you want to sock money away in a CD ladder or mutual funds, you won’t find those products here. Tastytrade's platforms fully support listed stocks, ETFs, options, cryptocurrencies, futures, and options on futures. Some investments can be bought over the phone or held in accounts, but might not appear on the platform. Treasurys will appear on the desktop but need to be bought by calling the order in.

Cryptocurrency: Pricing is excellent (see below). Tastytrade offers eight coins: Cardano, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Polkadot, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Solana. New York customers may only trade Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin. Tasty doesn’t support short positions, redeeming coins, or transferring crypto in or out of the account.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Stock Trading info Yes
Margin Trading Yes
OTC Stocks info No
Options Trading info Yes
Complex Options Max Legs info 4
Bonds (US Treasury) info No info
Futures Trading info Yes
Forex Trading info No
Mutual Funds (Total) info 0
Crypto Trading info Yes
Crypto Trading - Total Coins info 8
Traditional IRAs info Yes
Roth IRAs info Yes
Advisor Services info No
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Commissions and fees

The sizzle on the tastytrade steak is its options and crypto pricing, thanks to very low caps. Tastytrade's per-contract commission is 23% less than Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Schwab, and Fidelity, and tastytrade charges a maximum commission of $10 per leg.

Stocks and ETFs: Stocks and ETFs trade commission-free.

Options: Stock and ETF options are charged $1 per contract to open, with a maximum of $10 per leg to open, and nothing to close. For comparison purposes, that’s $0.50 per contract each way, which is a shade cheaper than the $0.65 per contract charged by Charles Schwab, E*TRADE, and Fidelity. But the $10 maximum charge per leg can lead to sweet savings on larger trades.

Options on futures are charged by the round trip, but there’s no maximum commission. Options on futures are $2.50 per contract. On micros, they are $1.50.

Penny stocks: Penny stocks aren’t supported at tastytrade.

Futures: Unlike the stock options and equity options pricing, these are charged on both sides of the trade and don’t have a maximum amount. Futures are $1.25 per contract, micros are $0.85, and Smalls are $0.25.

Cryptocurrency: Crypto is charged 1% of the trade for both the buy and the sell. But, as with stock options trades, the maximum charge is $10. Big-time crypto traders will appreciate the cap.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Minimum Deposit $0.00
Stock Trades $0.00
Penny Stock Fees (OTC) info N/A
ETF Trade Fee $0.00
Options (Base Fee) $0.00
Options (Per Contract) $0.50 info
Options Exercise Fee $5.00
Options Assignment Fee $5.00
Futures (Per Contract) $1.25
Mutual Fund Trade Fee N/A info
Broker Assisted Trade Fee $0
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Mobile trading apps

Tastytrade’s biggest strength is its desktop platform, but there’s enough tap-happy finger trading goodness on the mobile app to drum up some serious blisters. Tap. You’re long. Tap and drag. You’ve canceled and replaced an order. Tap again. UR out. It’s that sort of an experience. The client dashboard and market news are new and very, very welcome.

Ease of use: The app is easy to use, but not intuitive. It’ll take some time before you navigate the app efficiently. Once you become familiar with the desktop platform, the app will make perfect sense. It’s super fast, and complex options orders are a snap to enter.

Watch lists: Watch lists can be scrolled both horizontally and vertically, something to keep in mind with many of tastytrade’s features. Personal watch lists sync across devices. You can pick and choose which columns are displayed.

Charting: On the mobile app, charts are crisp. Horizontal view is supported, as is zooming in and out. You can’t mark up charts with studies or annotations on the app, unlike the gazillion options available on the desktop.

Trading tools: With tastytrade's futures and options focus, it’s a good thing that risk management and order entry are front and center. Profit and loss diagrams are clear and you can adjust trades right on the graph. Dropdown option strategies quickly populate the order ticket fields and you can point and drag options legs until the probability of profit estimate, implied volatility and max gain/loss fit your plan.

Video content: Videos from tastylive, tastytrade's affiliated education network (which was itself formerly called tastytrade — a bit confusing, but stick with us), are available in the app. Don’t miss them. They are informal, even irreverent at times, and teach sophisticated topics while they comment on market action. They are as good a group of trading mentors as anyone could hope for.

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Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
iPhone App info Yes
Android App info Yes
Apple Watch App info No
Stock Alerts info No
Charting - After-Hours info Yes
Charting - Technical Studies info 0
Charting - Study Customizations info No
Watch List (Streaming) info Yes
Watch Lists - Create & Manage info Yes
Watch Lists - Column Customization info Yes

Other trading platforms and tools

Tastytrade has a leg up (options traders — get it?) on its competition when it comes to efficient workflow and attractive design. We expect traders will be happiest on the desktop application, but there’s also a very functional browser-based platform. Some other brokers have platforms that are easier to master, others will allow you to trade more instruments, and there are brokers that provide more tools, but tastytrade stands out for how well it serves its target customers.

Like the mobile app, fundamental data and market news are readily accessible on the desktop platform and all platforms have useful client dashboards with market news. Mega props, tasty.

Platforms overview: Tastytrade's user interface is designed for efficient navigation and working well on one screen. You can enjoy a leisurely coffee at Starbucks and trade from your laptop without wishing you had six more 27” screens behind that venti Americano. The tradeoff for this smaller space is less customization than, say, Charles Schwab’s thinkorswim or Interactive Brokers’ Trader Workstation.

Tastytrade has gutsy graphic designers, too. Not many brokers would use red and black as their primary design colors, but it helps tastytrade stand out from the crowd. I like it. It appeals to my anything-goes trader mentality, or at least the one I like to pretend I have.

Web platform: The browser-based platform is similar to the desktop platform, but doesn’t have quite the laser-like legibility. If your glasses have lenses as thick as the Hoover Dam (as mine do) you may even prefer the browser. For trading while traveling or at work (we won’t tell), the web platform is absolutely fine and a cut above many competitors. The charts are great and you can maintain a journal, a nice feature we’d love to see every broker offer.

Charting: On the desktop, the charts are crisp and, unlike the mobile, highly customizable. There are hundreds of technical studies and 19 drawing tools, all anyone could possibly need. The chart window can be subdivided into four independent charts. Charting on the browser platform isn’t as rich as the desktop and comes off like a work in progress.

Tastytrade trading tools: The desktop supports clicking and dragging on several views to adjust orders. The profit/loss tool caters to options and can support multiple strategies. Watch lists sync across all platforms, and it’s easy to edit the watch lists and edit column views. Fundamental data is sorely lacking. We like how stock news is presented, in a readily available column.

Options trading: Futures and options are where tastytrade stands out, combining ease of use with advanced analysis and sophisticated profit and loss diagrams. Traders get tremendous value for that low options pricing.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Active Trading Platform info tastytrade
Desktop Trading Platform info Yes
Desktop Platform (Mac) info Yes
Web Trading Platform info Yes
Paper Trading info No
Trade Journal info No
Watch Lists - Total Fields info 33
Charting - Indicators / Studies info 308
Charting - Drawing Tools info 31
Charting - Study Customizations info 7
Charting - Save Profiles info Yes
Trade Ideas - Technical Analysis info No
Streaming Time & Sales info No
Trade Ideas - Backtesting info No
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Research

My biggest pet peeve about tastytrade when last reviewed was its skimpy financial data and news. I understood that tasty wants to keep the platform lean and quick, but I still prefer to know the basics of what I’m buying or selling. Happily, the broker recently added financial statement data and stock news feeds.

There’s a new dashboard view that splashes market news, account performance, and new feature announcements. I think they’re smart adds and they don’t detract from efficient trading. They’re just there when you want them.

Having shared that welcome news, the research is still thin. If you like to peruse stock research reports or shop for ETFs according to tracking errors and expense ratios, you might want to keep an account with another broker.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Research - Stocks info Yes
Stock Research - ESG info No
Stock Research - PDF Reports info 0
Screener - Stocks info No
Research - ETFs info Yes
Screener - ETFs info No
Research - Mutual Funds info No
Screener - Mutual Funds info No
Research - Pink Sheets / OTCBB info No
Research - Bonds info No

Education

There’s not much education on tastytrade, at least not the same sort that you’ll find at Charles Schwab or Fidelity. Tastytrade assumes that anyone logging on to the platform has at least an intermediate level knowledge level. Instead, you get an ongoing stream of commentary and programming that feels as if you found trading mentors.

Learning center: There’s a nascent learning center that has a ton of platform tutorials and a few educational pieces that are burdened with too much jargon. Pure novices will find the education intimidating. Tastytrade’s affiliate network, tastylive, provides educational content on its website that covers the full range from beginner to expert trading.

Videos: The live video feed embedded in all the platforms is where you can level up your trading chops. You learn through watching traders discuss the markets and what they think is important. While doing that, they goof around, they tease each other, and maybe a few less-than-pristine words are uttered. It’s entertaining as well as informative. My only gripe is that the video player can take a while to initially load. It’s worth the wait.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Education (Stocks) info Yes
Education (ETFs) info Yes
Education (Options) info Yes
Education (Mutual Funds) info No
Education (Bonds) info No
Education (Retirement) info No
Paper Trading info No
Videos info No
Webinars info Yes
Webinars (Archived) info Yes
Progress Tracking info No
Interactive Learning - Quizzes info No
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Customer service

To score Customer Service, StockBrokers.com partners with customer experience research firm Confero to conduct phone tests from locations throughout the United States. For this year's testing, 135 customer service tests were conducted over six weeks, with wait times logged for each call.

Customer service representatives were asked for assistance or details for prospective customers in several areas of broker services, including account opening, trading tools, apps, rollovers, active trading, and more. Here are the results for tastytrade.

  • Average Connection Time: 1-2 minute
  • Average Net Promoter Score: 7.8 / 10
  • Average Professionalism Score: 6.5 / 10
  • Overall Score: 7.37 / 10
  • Ranking: 10th of 13 brokers

Banking services

Traditional banking services aren’t currently offered at tastytrade, but you guessed that by now, didn’t you? Given its target market of active traders, we don’t expect to see tastytrade-branded travel reward programs anytime soon.

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Bank (Member FDIC) info No
Checking Accounts info No
Savings Accounts info No
Credit Cards info No
Debit Cards info No
Mortgage Loans info No

Final thoughts

If you trade options, futures and crypto, tastytrade is an outstanding choice. Long term investors, mutual fund buyers and Warren Buffettt wannabes will find other brokers cater better to their needs.

Here are our three top takeaways for tastytrade for 2024:

  1. Tastytrade's platforms are speedy, the tools are useful, and the workflow is efficient.
  2. Options and crypto pricing are outstanding for larger trades.
  3. Tastytrade goes its own way, and we think they’re doing it right.

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Is tastytrade a good broker?

Tastytrade is an excellent broker for options and crypto traders, thanks to fee caps on options and crypto, sophisticated tools, and very efficient trading workflows. Though the name is relatively new on the scene, it was founded by well-known industry veterans and is owned by a large U.K. financial services company, IG Group.

Is my money safe with tastytrade?

Yes, your money is safe. Tastytrade is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corp., or SIPC. Your account is covered against broker insolvency for up to $500,000 per customer (of which $250,000 can be in cash). This coverage doesn’t protect you against investment losses. Brokers in the U.S. are highly regulated and, though tastytrade is relatively new on the scene, the people behind tastytrade are respected industry veterans.

How much does it cost to open a tastytrade account?

Tastytrade doesn’t have an account minimum and there’s no charge to open a tastytrade account. Stocks and ETFs trade commission-free; stock and ETF options are $1 per contract to a maximum of $10 per leg to open. Options on futures are $2.50 per contract.

Does tastytrade have a monthly fee?

Tastytrade doesn’t have a monthly fee. It also does not charge annual IRA account fees or inactivity fees.

How much are tastytrade withdrawal fees?

Tastytrade does not charge for ACH withdrawals.

  • Domestic wires: $25
  • Foreign wires: $45
  • Domestic check: $5
  • Foreign check: $10
  • Dividend check: $5
  • Outgoing domestic overnight checks: $50
  • Outgoing foreign overnight checks: $100

Does tastytrade have an app?

Tastytrade has an excellent mobile trading app that has much of the feel of the desktop platform. It’s available for both iOS and Android, and runs well on iPad.

How do I contact tastytrade?

You can contact tastytrade via clicking on the speech bubble on the website and harassing the chatbot until it gives up and offers phone and live chat support, or you can directly dial tastytrade at (888) 247-1963.

What is the difference between tastyworks and tastytrade?

Tastytrade, an online trading-focused broker, is the new name of Tastyworks following a rebranding in 2023. What is now tastylive, a trading education platform, used to be known as tastytrade. IG Group, a U.K.-based financial services provider, owns the whole tasty smorgasbord after acquiring the companies in late 2021.

About tastytrade

Tastytrade is the brokerage arm, launched in 2017 (and formerly called tastyworks), of investing education and insights network tastylive (originally called tastytrade) which dates to 2011. Tastytrade’s chief executive officer and chief technology officer hail from thinkorswim, the groundbreaking trading platform now owned by TD Ameritrade; as does tastytrade’s CEO. Tastytrade and tastylive were acquired in 2021 by London-based fintech firm IG Group (OTC: IGGHY), which had a market capitalization of £2.53 billion as of October 2023.

tastytrade 2024 Results

For the StockBrokers.com 2024 Annual Awards, announced on Jan. 23, 2024, all U.S. equity brokers we reviewed were assessed on over 200 different variables across eight areas: Commissions & Fees, Investment Options, Platforms & Tools, Research, Mobile Trading, Education, Ease of Use, and Overall.

StockBrokers.com also presented “Best in Class” awards to brokers for additional categories Beginners, Options Trading, Futures Trading, Day Trading, IRA Accounts, Investor Community, Penny Stock Trading, Bank Brokerage, High Net Worth Investors, and Customer Service. A “Best in Class” designation means finishing in the top five brokers for that category.

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Category awards

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Industry awards

tastytrade logotastytrade #1 Desktop Futures Trading Platform #1 Desktop Options Trading Platform
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Trading fees

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Minimum Deposit $0.00
Stock Trades $0.00
Mutual Fund Trade Fee N/A info
Options (Base Fee) $0.00
Options (Per Contract) $0.50 info
Futures (Per Contract) $1.25
Broker Assisted Trade Fee $0

Account fees

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
IRA Annual Fee $0.00
IRA Closure Fee $60.00
Account Transfer Out (Partial) info $75.00
Account Transfer Out (Full) info $75.00
Options Exercise Fee $5.00
Options Assignment Fee $5.00

Margin rates

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Margin Rate Under $25,000 11%
Margin Rate $25,000 to $49,999.99 10.5%
Margin Rate $50,000 to $99,999.99 10%
Margin Rate $100,000 to $249,999.99 9.5%
Margin Rate $250,000 to $499,999.99 9%
Margin Rate $500,000 to $999,999.99 8.5%
Margin Rate Above $1,000,000 8%

Investment options

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Stock Trading info Yes
Margin Trading Yes
Fractional Shares info Yes info
OTC Stocks info No
Options Trading info Yes
Complex Options Max Legs info 4
Futures Trading info Yes
Forex Trading info No
Crypto Trading info Yes
Crypto Trading - Total Coins info 8
Mutual Funds (No Load) info 0
Mutual Funds (Total) info 0
Bonds (US Treasury) info No info
Bonds (Corporate) info No
Bonds (Municipal) info No
Advisor Services info No
International Countries (Stocks) info 0
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Order types

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Order Type - Market info Yes
Order Type - Limit info Yes
Order Type - After Hours info Yes
Order Type - Stop info Yes
Order Type - Trailing Stop info No
Order Type - OCO info Yes
Order Type - OTO info Yes
Order Type - Broker Assisted info Yes

Beginners

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Education (Stocks) info Yes
Education (ETFs) info Yes
Education (Options) info Yes
Education (Mutual Funds) info No
Education (Bonds) info No
Education (Retirement) info No
Retirement Calculator info No
Investor Dictionary info Yes
Paper Trading info No
Videos info No
Webinars info Yes
Webinars (Archived) info Yes
Progress Tracking info No
Interactive Learning - Quizzes info No
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Stock trading apps

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
iPhone App info Yes
Android App info Yes
Apple Watch App info No
Trading - Stocks info Yes
Trading - After-Hours info Yes
Trading - Simple Options info Yes
Trading - Complex Options info Yes
Order Ticket RT Quotes info Yes
Order Ticket SRT Quotes info Yes

Stock app features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Market Movers (Top Gainers) info Yes
Stream Live TV info No
Videos on Demand info No
Stock Alerts info No
Option Chains Viewable info Yes
Watch List (Real-time) info Yes
Watch List (Streaming) info Yes
Watch Lists - Create & Manage info Yes
Watch Lists - Column Customization info Yes
Watch Lists - Total Fields info 33

Stock app charting

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Charting - After-Hours info Yes
Charting - Can Turn Horizontally info Yes
Charting - Multiple Time Frames info Yes
Charting - Technical Studies info 0
Charting - Study Customizations info No
Charting - Stock Comparisons info No

Trading platforms overview

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Active Trading Platform info tastytrade
Desktop Trading Platform info Yes
Desktop Platform (Mac) info Yes
Web Trading Platform info Yes
Paper Trading info No
Trade Journal info No
Watch Lists - Total Fields info 33

Trading platform stock chart features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Charting - Adjust Trades on Chart info Yes
Charting - Indicators / Studies info 308
Charting - Drawing Tools info 31
Charting - Notes info Yes
Charting - Index Overlays info Yes
Charting - Historical Trades info Yes
Charting - Corporate Events info Yes
Charting - Custom Date Range info No
Charting - Custom Time Bars info No
Charting - Automated Analysis info No
Charting - Save Profiles info Yes
Trade Ideas - Technical Analysis info No
Charting - Study Customizations info 7
Charting - Custom Studies info Yes
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Day trading features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Streaming Time & Sales info No
Streaming TV info Yes
Direct Market Routing - Stocks info No
Ladder Trading info Yes
Trade Hot Keys info No
Level 2 Quotes - Stocks info No
Trade Ideas - Backtesting info No
Trade Ideas - Backtesting Adv info No
Short Locator info Yes
Order Liquidity Rebates info No

Investment research overview

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Research - Stocks info Yes
Research - ETFs info Yes
Research - Mutual Funds info No
Research - Pink Sheets / OTCBB info No
Research - Bonds info No
Screener - Stocks info No
Screener - ETFs info No
Screener - Mutual Funds info No
Screener - Bonds info No
Misc - Portfolio Allocation info Yes

Stock research features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Stock Research - PDF Reports info 0
Stock Research - Earnings info No
Stock Research - Insiders info No
Stock Research - Social info No
Stock Research - News info Yes
Stock Research - ESG info No
Stock Research - SEC Filings info No

ETF research features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
ETFs - Strategy Overview info No
ETF Fund Facts - Inception Date info No
ETF Fund Facts - Expense Ratio info No
ETF Fund Facts - Net Assets info No
ETF Fund Facts - Total Holdings info No
ETFs - Top 10 Holdings info No
ETFs - Sector Exposure info No
ETFs - Risk Analysis info Yes
ETFs - Ratings info No
ETFs - Morningstar StyleMap info No
ETFs - PDF Reports info No
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Mutual fund research features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Mutual Funds - Strategy Overview info No
Mutual Funds - Performance Chart info No
Mutual Funds - Performance Analysis info No
Mutual Funds - Prospectus info No
Mutual Funds - 3rd Party Ratings info No
Mutual Funds - Fees Breakdown info No
Mutual Funds - Top 10 Holdings info No
Mutual Funds - Asset Allocation info No
Mutual Funds - Sector Allocation info No
Mutual Funds - Country Allocation info No
Mutual Funds - StyleMap info No
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Options trading overview

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Option Chains - Basic View info Yes
Option Chains - Strategy View info Yes
Option Chains - Streaming info Yes
Option Chains - Total Columns info 20
Option Chains - Greeks info 5
Option Chains - Quick Analysis info Yes
Option Analysis - P&L Charts info Yes
Option Probability Analysis info Yes
Option Probability Analysis Adv info Yes
Option Positions - Greeks info Yes
Option Positions - Greeks Streaming info Yes
Option Positions - Adv Analysis info Yes
Option Positions - Rolling info Yes
Option Positions - Grouping info Yes
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Banking features

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Bank (Member FDIC) info No
Checking Accounts info No
Savings Accounts info No
Credit Cards info No
Debit Cards info No
Mortgage Loans info No

Customer service options

Feature tastytrade logotastytrade
Phone Support (Prospect Customers) info Yes
Phone Support (Current Customers) info Yes
Email Support info Yes
Live Chat (Prospect Customers) info Yes
Live Chat (Current Customers) info Yes
24/7 Support info No

About the Editorial Team

Sam Levine, CFA, CMT
Sam Levine, CFA, CMT

Sam Levine has over 30 years of experience in the investing field as a portfolio manager, financial consultant, investment strategist and writer. He also taught investing as an adjunct professor of finance at Wayne State University. Sam holds the Chartered Financial Analyst and the Chartered Market Technician designations and is pursuing a master's in personal financial planning at the College for Financial Planning. Previously, he was a contributing editor at BetterInvesting Magazine and a contributor to The Penny Hoarder and other media outlets.

Carolyn Kimball
Carolyn Kimball

Carolyn Kimball is managing editor for Reink Media and the lead editor for the StockBrokers.com Annual Review. Carolyn has more than 20 years of writing and editing experience at major media outlets including NerdWallet, the Los Angeles Times and the San Jose Mercury News. She specializes in coverage of personal financial products and services, wielding her editing skills to clarify complex (some might say befuddling) topics to help consumers make informed decisions about their money.

Steven Hatzakis
Steven Hatzakis

Steven Hatzakis is the Global Director of Research for ForexBrokers.com. Steven previously served as an Editor for Finance Magnates, where he authored over 1,000 published articles about the online finance industry. Steven is an active fintech and crypto industry researcher and advises blockchain companies at the board level. Over the past 20 years, Steven has held numerous positions within the international forex markets, from writing to consulting to serving as a registered commodity futures representative.

Disclosure: *The $4,000 bonus offer is available with a $500,000 to $999,999 deposit. Visit info.tastytrade.com/tasty-offer for full details, terms, conditions, and restrictions. Offer expires 03/31/2024. tastytrade, Inc. is a registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA, NFA, and SIPC.

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