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On the surface, it is easy to understand what Just2Trade is trying to accomplish: being the ultimate value broker. The homepage hits on all the right catchphrases and keywords investors like to see.
Unfortunately, looks are deceiving. While Just2Trade does offer cheap trades, everything else about the client experience suffers, and in the end, clients are better off investing elsewhere.
Commissions & Fees
Starting off with the one bright spot of Just2Trade's value proposition: its commission structure is straightforward, easy to understand, and contains few catches. All stock trades of $1 per share or higher are $2.50, and option trades run just $2.50 plus $.50 per contract.
For the casual investor, this is attractive — after all, TD Ameritrade, ETRADE, Charles Schwab, and other big-name brokers charge at least $4.95 per trade, not to mention much higher costs for options trades. This works for investors who desire nothing more than the bare-bone basics for placing orders. Beyond this, Firstrade offers commissions for only $2.95, and is more compelling.
Commission rates aside, clients should be fully aware of the fact that they will only receive free real time streaming quotes for the first 15 minutes of each day. After that, no more streaming real time data unless you pay for the Advanced package, which runs at $7.99 per month.