Everyone likes free money, right?
Well, for those who want to get something for nothing, TD Ameritrade is offering investors the chance to participate in nearly 570 ETFs on a commission-free basis. The plethora of ETFs TD Ameritrade is currently offering, up from 300 recently, hail from 21 providers covering some 90 Morningstar categories.
According to TD Ameritrade, “The expansion, effective June 1, 2019, gives more than 7,000 registered investment advisors (RIAs) and TD Ameritrade’s 11 million individual investor client accounts access to one of the largest and most diverse selections of non-proprietary, commission-free ETFs in the industry.”
The brokerage firm offers investors the ability to trade 24 hours a day, 5 days a week (excluding market holidays), giving them access to more potential market opportunities.
“We’re committed to providing our clients access to a robust suite of commission-free products through the ETF Market Center,” said Keith Denerstein, director of investment products and guidance at TD Ameritrade.“With a wide range of commission-free ETFs to choose from and industry-leading research tools and analysis, we’re helping our clients build portfolios that meet their needs.”
A representative from TD Ameritrade commented, “While we’re pleased to again offer our clients a greater selection of commission-free ETFs, we’re particularly excited about the broad range of strategies, sectors and asset classes available without a commission,” said Eileen Norton, director of investment solutions at TD Ameritrade Institutional. “It doesn’t end here. We’ll continue to innovate and upgrade the ETF Market Center and commission-free program going forward as part of our constant efforts to improve the investing experience for our clients.”
Along with more municipals, commodities, index-tracking, countries, single currency, sector, asset allocation and low-cost core fund offerings, registered investment advisors and individual investors can readily access actively managed ETFs, utilizing a variety of available short-term and long-term strategies.
RIAs and individual investors will be able to choose ETFs from a wide assortment of investment providers such as: Aberdeen Standard Investments, AGFiQ QuantShares, DWS, First Trust Portfolios, FlexShares, Global X Management, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, IndexIQ Advisors, Invesco, iShares ETFs, John Hancock Investments, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Nuveen, PIMCO, Principal, ProShares, State Street Global Advisors, USAA, USCF Investments, VanEck, and WisdomTree.
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