Fidelity cuts online trading fees to zero, becoming the latest brokerage to make the move
Associated PressFidelity Investments announced Thursday that it will cut fees on online stock, exchange-traded fund, and options trades to zero from $4.95. The decision follows a slew of other brokerages who made the move earlier in October. Read more on Business Insider.
The brokerage price wars continue to rage, and Fidelity Investments is getting in on the action.
The firm announced Thursday that it will cut fees for online stock, exchange-traded fund, and options trades to zero from $4.95, following in the recent footsteps of its competitors. The changes will take place October 10 for individual investors and November 4 for registered investment advisors.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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