TD Ameritrade also offers one of the larger lineups of commission-free ETFs at 101, though a combined 79 of those ETFs are iShares (47) and Vanguard (32) funds. Customers of TD Ameritrade can also access some PowerShares, State Street and Market Vectors ETFs on a commission-free basis and one each from iPath, Pimco and WisdomTree, IBD reported. [Advisors Embrace Commission-Free ETFs]
Speaking of accessing iShares ETFs on a commission-free basis, Fidelity clients can trade 65 iShares funds without commissions. Fidelity clients can also trade the firm’s 10 recently introduced sector ETFs without commissions. [Fidelity’s New ETFs Put Vanguard on Notice]
Interactive Brokers offers 29 Global X ETFs on a commission-free basis while Vanguard clients can trade all 67 of the firm’s ETFs with no commissions. Vanguard clients should be aware “if you buy and sell the same ETF more than 25 times in a 12-month period, you may be barred from trading that ETF for 60 days. Accounts with less than $50,000 are charged a $20 annual service fee,” IBD reported.
E-Trade also offers an expansive lineup of Deutsche Bank, Global X and WisdomTree ETFs commission-free.
ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post.