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Recommended for
  • equity trading 4.1/5
Trusted broker
  • Top-tier regulation in the US
  • Compensation in case of broker bankruptcy (terms apply)
10,864 people chose this broker in the last 6 months

Our take on tastytrade

tastytrade (formerly tastyworks) is a US options and stockbroker. tastytrade is great for options trading, as its trading platform is primarily designed to trade options, and trading fees are low. Furthermore, great educational and research materials are on hand to support your learning and your trading efficiency. tastytrade focuses mainly on options and futures trading. Trading with US stocks and ETFs is possible, but a bit complicated compared with other brokers. Bank transfer (wire) withdrawal is expensive, and credit/debit card deposit is not possible. The trading platform is great for options trading, but can be intimidating for a newbie, especially as there's no demo account. BrokerChooser gave tastytrade a 4.7/5 rating based on analyzing 500+ criteria and testing via opening a live account.

BrokerChooser score
4.7 4.7 /5
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tastytrade is available in United States
Stock fee
Fractional shares
Minimum deposit
Inactivity fee
Low trading fees
Limited product selection
Great educational materials
Few deposit and withdrawal options
Good research tools
No demo account
Expert opinion
“I recommend tastytrade for options and futures traders focusing on US markets.”
Gergely Korpos
Co-founder / CPO

tastytrade main highlights

🗺️ Country of regulation USA
💰 Trading fees class Low
💰 Inactivity fee charged No
💰 Withdrawal fee amount $0
💰 Minimum deposit $0
🕖 Time to open an account 1 day
💳 Deposit with bank card Not available
👛 With electronic wallet Not available
💱 Number of base currencies 1
🎮 Demo account provided No
🛍️ Products offered Stock, ETF, Options, Futures, Crypto

tastytrade summary

Account opening
Deposit and withdrawal
Web trading platform
Mobile trading platform
Desktop trading platform
Markets and products
Customer service
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tastytrade review

Score: 4.3/5
tastytrade has low trading fees and there is no inactivity fee. On the other hand, you have to pay a high withdrawal fee for wire transfers and margin rates are quite high.
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No inactivity fee
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Assets Fee level Fee terms
US stock Low Free stock and ETF
EURUSD - Not available
Mutual fund - Not available
Inactivity fee Low No inactivity fee

How we ranked fees

We ranked tastytrade's fee levels as low, average or high based on how they compare to those of all reviewed brokers.

First, let's go over some basic terms related to broker fees. What you need to keep an eye on are trading fees and non-trading fees.

  • Trading fees occur when you trade.
  • Non-trading fees include charges not directly related to trading, like withdrawal fees or inactivity fees.

We also compared tastytrade's fees with those of two similar brokers we selected, TradeStation and Interactive Brokers. This selection is based on objective factors such as products offered, client profile, fee structure, etc. See a more detailed rundown of tastytrade alternatives.

To have a clear overview of tastytrade, let's start with the trading fees.

tastytrade trading fees

tastytrade trading fees are low. The unique pricing advantage of tastytrade is that

  • equity option commissions are capped at $10 per leg.
  • there is no commission for trading stocks and ETFs.

Stock fees and ETF fees

tastytrade charges no stock or ETF commission.

tastytrade stock and ETF commission of a $2,000 trade
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
US stock $0.0 $0.0 $1.0

If you prefer stock trading on margin, you should check tastytrade's margin rates.

What is the margin rate? Margin rates are charged when you trade on margin. This basically means that you borrow money from your broker to trade, for which you have to pay interest.

tastytrade margin rates are high.

tastytrade annual margin rates
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
USD margin rate 11.0% 13.0% 6.6%

tastytrade's margin rates are volume-tiered. It involves a base rate, and a premium or discount depending on the margin amount. The base rate is set at tastytrade's discretion; at the time of our review, the base rate was 10%.

tastytrade margin rate
Debit balance Rate % Base rate + / -
$0 - $24,999 11.00% Base Rate + 1.00%
$25,000 - $49,999 10.50% Base Rate + 0.50%
$50,000 - $99,999 10.00% Base Rate
$100,000 - $249,999 9.50% Base Rate - 0.50%
$250,000 - $499,999 9.00% Base Rate - 1.00%
$500,000 - $999,999 8.50% Base Rate - 1.50%
$1,000,000 + 8.00% Base Rate - 2.00%

Options fees

tastytrade options fees are low.

Note that tastytrade charges a flat $5 fee/leg for exercise and assignment (irrespective of how many shares are exercised or assigned).

tastytrade stock index options commission of 10 contracts
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
US stock index options $7.5 $0.0 $6.5

The fees for the Single-Listed Exchange Proprietary Index Options are cheaper: for example, it's $0.65 per contract on the SPX and $0.18 on the NDX indexes.

tastytrade options fees detailed
  Commission to open trade Commission to close trade
Options on stocks $1.00/contract, max $10.00 per leg free
Options on micro futures $1.50/contract free
Options on Smalls Futures $0.18 - $0.65 /contract $0.18 - $0.65 /contract

Futures fees

tastytrade futures fees are generally low. However, they are still higher than futures fees at TradeStation.

tastytrade stock index futures commission of 10 contracts
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
US micro e-mini stock index futures $8.5 $0.0 $2.5

Crypto fees

The commission is currently set to 1% of your total crypto purchase to open and 1% of your total crypto sale to close a trade.

The above commissions are capped at $10, per order ticket.

Non-trading fees

tastytrade has average non-trading fees. It doesn't charge you a general account fee, an inactivity fee, a custody fee or a deposit fee.

ACH withdrawal is free, but the wire withdrawal fee is quite high: it is $25 for wire transfers within the US and $45 for international wire transfers.

tastytrade non-trading fees
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
Account fee No No No
Inactivity fee No Yes No
Deposit fee $0 $0 $0
Withdrawal fee $0 $0 $0


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Account opening

Score: 5/5
tastytrade account opening is user-friendly, fast, fully digital, and involves no minimum deposit.
Fully digital
No minimum deposit

Can you open an account?

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tastytrade accepts customers from many countries. These include almost all EU countries, most South and Central American countries, as well as India, Indonesia, New Zealand and Turkey, among others.

What is the minimum deposit at tastytrade?

The required tastytrade minimum deposit is $0 for cash accounts. For margin accounts, you need to deposit a minimum of $2,000.

Account types

tastytrade offers two account types for individuals: cash and margin accounts. With a margin account, you can use leverage, which means you can borrow money from the broker to trade.

Retirement accounts are available for US citizens. You can choose among traditional, self-employed (SEP), roth or beneficiary (inherited) IRAs.

Based on ownership, you can open the following account types:

  • Individual account - account owned by an individual
  • Joint account - account owned by more than one person
  • Corporate and trust account - account owned by a legal entity (available only in the US)

In our tastytrade review, we tested the individual margin account, called 'The Works'.

How to open your account

tastytrade account opening is fast and fully digital. Our account was approved after 1 day.

tastytrade account application takes 10-15 minutes and is fairly straightforward. You need to provide the following information:

  • Account type
  • Personal information
  • Employer information (name, address, phone number)
  • Financial knowledge
  • Name of your primary bank
  • Digital copies of your ID and proof of address

tastytrade review - Account opening

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The highest ranking competitors are:

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  2. Interactive Brokers full review
  3. TD Ameritrade full review
  4. NinjaTrader full review
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Deposit and withdrawal

Score: 1.9/5
tastytrade's deposit and withdrawal functions are easy to use and there's no deposit fee, but you can use only bank transfer, and withdrawals can be expensive especially for non-US clients.
No deposit fee
Credit/Debit card not available
High fee for wire withdrawals
Free ACH withdrawals in the US

Account base currencies

At tastytrade, the only available base currency is USD.

Deposit fees and options

tastytrade deposit is free of charge. However, non-US citizens can only use bank transfers, known as wire transfers in US banking lingo.

If you are from the US, you can also use

  • ACH (automated clearing house)
  • check
tastytrade deposit options
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
Bank transfer Yes Yes Yes
Credit/debit card No No No
Electronic wallets No No No

We tested the non-US wire transfer, and it took 3 business days.

According to tastytrade' website, ACH transfers take 4 business days. However, some US bank accounts can be linked to tastytrade, making instant transfers possible.

You can only deposit money from accounts that are in your name.

tastytrade review - Deposit and withdrawal - Deposit

tastytrade withdrawal fees and options

tastytrade withdrawal costs $45 for non-US wire transfers and $25 for wire transfers within the US. ACH withdrawals are free of charge.

Withdrawing money can be done the same way as making deposits, i.e. only via wire transfer for non-US citizens, plus ACH and check for US citizens. The user interface for wire transfer withdrawal is customer-friendly and easy to use.

tastytrade withdrawal fees and options
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
Bank transfer Yes Yes Yes
Credit/debit card No No No
Electronic wallets No No No
Withdrawal fee $0 $0 $0

How long does it take to withdraw money from tastytrade? In our experience, bank transfer withdrawal can take at least 3 business days.

You can only withdraw money to accounts in your name.

How do you withdraw money from tastytrade?

  • Select the account to withdraw from
  • Link your bank account
  • Set the transaction date/frequency
  • Enter the amount to be withdrawn
  • Confirm the withdrawal
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Web trading platform

Score: 3.4/5
The tastytrade web platform is great for experienced traders, especially for options trading. However, it takes time to figure out how its functions work, and its customizability is limited.
Clear fee report
Limited customizability (for charts, workspace)
Price alerts
Not suited for beginners
Two-step (safer) authentication for certain functions
tastytrade platforms to choose from
Trading platform Score Available
Web 3.4 stars Yes
Mobile 4.2 stars Yes
Desktop 3.9 stars Yes

tastytrade uses its own trading platform. It is targeted mainly for options and futures traders, with stock trading only as a secondary focus.

The platform is available only in English.

Look and feel

The tastytrade web trading platform is great for advanced traders, but it is hard to navigate as a beginner. It's a well-designed platform that's reasonably easy to use after a bit of practice. It's also equipped with a strong options trading panel, though the platform is not customizable.

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Login and security

tastytrade now requires two-step authentication for certain functions, which gives you extra security. Two-step authentication is required for the following actions within the account:

  • Email changes
  • Password changes or forgotten passwords
  • Money movements (initiated from within your tastytrade profile)

To use this security feature, you'll need to download an authenticator app, like Authy, Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator or 2FAS Authenticator.

Search functions

The platform's search functions are OK but could use some improvement. If you know the ticker, you're good to go. However, if you want to search for, say, various emerging market ETFs and start typing 'Emerging', the results will only have ETFs starting with the word 'Emerging'. So for example the biggest ETF, the iShares MSCI Emerging Market Fund will not be shown because it starts with 'Ishares' not 'Emerging'.

tastytrade review - Web trading platform - Search

Placing orders

tastytrade's order management has great functions but it's a bit complicated. It is primarily designed for options trading but can also be used for stock trading. You will find three different order panels: two for options trading and one for stock trading.

The stock-trading panel is of mid-range quality, offering four order types:

  • Market
  • Limit
  • Stop limit
  • Stop market

To get a better understanding of these terms, read this overview of order types.

There are also various order time limits you can use:

  • Good 'til cancelled (GTC)
  • Good 'til date (GTD)

tastytrade review - Web trading platform - Order panel

For options trading, you can choose between two views: the standard option chain, called 'Table', and a unique visual trading interface, called 'Curve'.

Under both views, you can use many predefined strategies:

  • Vertical
  • Strangle
  • Straddle
  • Option
  • Iron condor
  • Covered stock
  • Butterfly
  • Jade lizard
  • Calendar

It looks very complicated at first, but it's a very functional platform once you get the hang of it. For example, it has a list of predefined option strategies, so opening an iron condor takes only two clicks.

tastytrade review - Web Trading platform - Options order panel

You can also drag and drop the different option orders and easily edit the default parameters. We think this is one of the biggest selling points of the platform.

tastytrade review - Web Trading platform - Call option

Alerts and notifications

It is easy to set up price alerts and order notifications. You can set up alerts for each asset for price and implied volatility (IV). You can also set up email and push notifications, as well as text messages if you are in the US.

There is a great watchlist called the 'Grid'. You can have an overview of a wide range of assets in one place. All selected stocks have a well organized mini-infographic with some fundamental data. This is also tailored for options trading, as the most visible data points are IV ranks.

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Portfolio and fee reports

The portfolio report is well structured. Its default setting is options-focused as it shows delta and theta values. However, the columns of the table can be easily customized.

The fee report is also clear. Both the portfolio and fee report can be exported to a CSV file.

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Mobile trading platform

Score: 4.2/5
tastytrade's mobile platform is very similar to its web platform. It is well organized but feels complicated, and it also lacks price alerts.
No price alerts
Touch/Face ID login
Order confirmation

The tastytrade mobile platform is very similar to the web platform and shares its major functions.

The mobile trading platform is available in English for both iOS and Android. We tested it on iOS.

Look and feel

The tastytrade mobile trading platform is user-friendly and has a neat and modern design.

tastytrade review - Mobile trading platform

Login and security

tastytrade now provides two-step authentication for the same features as the web trading platform, giving you an added layer of security.

You can also log in using biometric authentication.

Search functions

The platform's search functions are OK. Similarly to the web platform, you can search based on the ticker of the asset you're looking for, but you cannot use filters for asset types.

tastytrade review - Mobile trading platform - Search

Placing orders

The trading function is a bit different from the web platform but it is intuitive. You can choose among table, curve or stock modes. This makes stock trading easier to manage.

You can select the same order types and terms as on the web platform.

tastytrade review - Mobile trading platform - Order panel

Alerts and notifications

You cannot set price alerts and order notifications on the tastytrade mobile platform. This is a major drawback. However, you will receive a push notification on your phone as well, if alerts set on the web/desktop platform are triggered.

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Desktop trading platform

Score: 3.9/5
The desktop platform is very similar to the web trading platform and has extra features such as good customizability. On the other hand, it is likewise not well suited for beginners.
Clear fee report
Not suited for beginners
Good customizability (for charts, workspace)
Price alerts

You can download the desktop trading platform for OSX, Windows and Linux. It is only available in English.

Look and feel

The tastytrade desktop trading platform is OK. Similarly to the web platform, it is quite complicated and it takes some time to figure out where things are. However, it's still slightly more intuitive and has more customizability options.

tastytrade review - Desktop trading platform

Login and security

tastytrade provides two-step authentication for the same features as the web trading platform.

Search functions

The platform's search functions are the same as those on the web platform.

tastytrade review - Desktop trading platform - Search

Placing orders

You can place orders in the same way as on the web platform.

Alerts and notifications

You can set price alerts and order notifications on the desktop trading platform in the same way as on the web platform.

Portfolio and fee reports

You can access clear portfolio and fee reports on the desktop platform as well.

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Markets and products

Score: 3.3/5
At tastytrade, you can trade US stocks, ETFs, options and some futures. Other popular asset classes like mutual funds or bonds are missing, as are international assets.
tastytrade asset classes
  tastytrade TradeStation Interactive Brokers
Stocks Yes Yes Yes
ETFs Yes Yes Yes
Forex No No Yes
Funds No Yes Yes
Bonds No Yes Yes
Options Yes Yes Yes
Futures Yes Yes Yes
CFDs No No Yes
Crypto Yes Yes Yes

tastytrade offers stocks, options, ETFs, futures and cryptos. It only covers US markets. We found little information on the exact number of tradable products. tastytrade does not support OTC (over-the-counter) or penny stock trading.

Overall, tastytrade's market and product range is narrower than that of its closest competitors.

Social trading

tastytrade offers a social trading service. You can follow and copy the trades of tastytrade's team members. These guys are really active, so you will never struggle with not having any trading ideas.

Smalls Futures

tastytrade has introduced a unique futures product, called Smalls Futures that are listed on the Small Exchange.

Smalls Futures are designed for retail futures traders, as the contract sizes are much smaller and therefore suitable for trading with lower amounts. 


At tasty, you can trade cryptos the following ways:

  • Bitcoin (/BTC) and Micro Bitcoin (/MBC) futures
  • You can buy coins to a hot wallet. Funds will be automatically transferred out from your tasty account to the crypto provider Zero Hash. Trading is done on tastytrade's platform. Your cryptocurrency is not protected under the SIPC or the FDIC. Currently the following coins are supported:
Basic Attention Token (BAT/USD)
Bitcoin (BTC/USD)
Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD)
Cardano (ADA/USD)
Compound (COMP/USD)
ChainLink (LINK/USD)
DogeCoin (DOGE/USD)
Elrond (EGLD/USD)
Enjin Coin (ENJ/USD)
Ethereum (ETH/USD)
Kyber Network (KNC/USD)
Litecoin (LTC/USD)
Maker (MKR/USD)
OMG Network (OMG/USD)
Uniswap (UNI/USD)
Paxos Gold (PAXG/USD)
Polkadot (DOT/USD)
Polygon (MATIC/USD)
Stellar (XLM/USD)
Shiba Inu (SHIB/USD)
Solana (SOL/USD)
Tezos (XTZ/USD)


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Score: 5/5
tastytrade's research tools include trading ideas, a great desktop charting tool and high-quality news. However, it's all very options-focused, and offers only limited fundamental data.
Good interactive chart
Limited fundamental data
Trading ideas
Free real-time quotes

Trading ideas

As mentioned before, tastytrade provides a social trading feature where you can borrow ideas from its team members. This is not explicit investment advice, but it can be useful if you are looking for trading ideas.

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Fundamental data

There are useful indicators for options, like the greeks, implied volatility, tastytrade’s proprietary IV rank, or the correlation matrix with stocks and indices. However, you will find only very basic fundamental data for stocks, like P/E or dividend yields.


tastytrade has a very complex and great charting tool on its desktop platform. You can use over 100 technical indicators, and the chart is interactive.

Additionally, options-focused charting will help you see the probability of making a profit. It is especially useful if you have multiple positions on a particular stock; this way you can see the combined risk profile.

We also liked that Tasty gives you free real-time quotes.

tastytrade review - Research - Charting

News feed

tastytrade provides news through its educational platform, tastytrade. Here you have access to a wide range of very useful options and futures trading content, as well as to live news coverage.

The tastytrade team runs a live trading show during trading hours each weekday. We found this pretty awesome.

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Customer service

Score: 5/5
tastytrade's customer support is great; you can reach them via email, phone and live chat, and they will give you relevant answers.
Phone support
Fast response time
Relevant answers

You can contact tastytrade via:

  • telephone
  • email
  • live chat

If you have a general question, the chatbot might also be useful.

tastytrade's phone support was fast and we got relevant answers. The only downside is that they are available to contact only on weekdays from 7am to 5pm (GMT-6).

Via email, we got relevant answers within minutes of sending our questions. tastytrade's email support is available 24/5.

Similarly to the e-mail, through live chat we got relevant answers within minutes. 

Overall, we found that customer support is excellent; they give fast and relevant answers. 

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Score: 4.5/5
tastytrade has superb educational materials on options trading on its tastytrade platform. On the other hand, there is no demo account.
Trading platform tutorial
No demo account
Educational videos
Good production quality

At tastytrade, you can learn in the following ways:

  • platform tutorial videos
  • general educational videos
  • webinars
  • quality educational articles

tastytrade's educational material is available through its educational platform, tastytrade. Here, you can build up your options trading knowledge from scratch. Their videos have really good quality and are also enjoyable - a big plus when you are consuming financial content.

Alongside videos, you can also read high-quality articles and attend webinars on the nitty-gritty of trading with tastytrade products.

The platform is free to use, and if you register, you get access to additional market insight and research content. 

The only issue with tastytrade's education functions is the lack of a demo account. As their platform is complicated, this would be a great tool for practice.

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tastytrade is overseen by top-tier US regulators, giving you strong investor protection, but is not backed by any bank.
Majority of clients belong to a top-tier financial authority
Does not hold a banking license
High level of investor protection
Not listed on stock exchange
Financial information is publicly available

Is tastytrade regulated?

Yes, it's regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the National Futures Association.

Is tastytrade safe?

To be certain, we highly advise that you check two facts:

  • how you are protected if something goes wrong
  • what the background of the broker is

How you are protected

tastytrade investor protection
Country of clients Protection amount Regulator Legal entity
Global clients $500,000 ($250,000 cash limit) FINRA, SEC tastytrade, Inc.
Australian clients No protection ASIC tastytrade Australia Pty Ltd

Accounts by Australian residents are regulated by the ASIC, while all other accounts belong to Tasty's US entity and thus fall under the regulation of the SEC and FINRA.

This matters because this way you are eligible for the US investor protection amount via SIPC, the protection fund. This is a big plus. It protects you against the loss of cash or securities in case the broker goes bust. The limit of SIPC protection is $500,000, which includes a $250,000 limit for cash.

A non-US citizen with tastytrade is treated the same way as a US resident in case something goes wrong. The $500,000/$250,000 amount is substantially higher than what is offered by most European investor protection schemes.

Not all investments are protected by SIPC. In general, SIPC covers notes, stocks, bonds, mutual fund and other investment company shares, and other registered securities. It does not cover instruments such as unregistered investment contracts, unregistered limited partnerships, fixed annuity contracts, currency, and interests in gold, silver, or other commodity futures contracts or commodity options.

Australian clients however are not protected by any investor scheme.


tastytrade was established in 2017. The longer track record a broker has, the more proof we have that it has successfully weathered previous financial crises. By this standard, tastytrade is still quite young.

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Bottom line

tastytrade is an excellent broker for options trading, but it is a bit complicated if you want to trade stocks only.  

tastytrade's trading fees are low, with free stock and ETF trading fees. Its trading platform is aimed at experienced options traders and can be intimidating for beginners. However, its educational and research tools are great for learning. Deposit and withdrawal processes could be better, and a demo account would also be great for practice purposes.

As there is no minimum deposit, no inactivity fee, or monthly fee, and the account opening process is seamless, you should feel free to try it.

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We recommend tastytrade for options and futures traders focusing on us markets.

Below you can find links to all aspects of tastytrade in this comprehensive collection.

Is this broker good for beginners?

We checked it in Is tastytrade good for beginners.

Check out the current account balance requirements at tastytrade in our What is the minimum account balance at tastytrade article.

How good is tastytrade' trading app?

Here's our expert view after checking the tastytrade trading app.

Can I trade silver on tastytrade?

We explored the topic in buying silver on tastytrade guide.

Who are tastytrade' competitors and alternatives?

We have created an overview of tastytrade alternatives here including a comparison with Interactive Brokers, thinkorswim and TD Ameritrade, Webull, Robinhood.

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Author of this review

Gyula Lencsés, CFA

Author of this review

Gyula has more than 10 years of experience in the financial industry. He spent most of his career in the wealth management business as a portfolio manager of mutual funds. He has trading experience in a wide range of asset classes, including stocks, ETFs, bonds, commodities, forex, and derivatives markets. He joined BrokerChooser in 2020 and his aim is to make finding the best brokers in a rapidly changing investment world as easy as possible.

Gyula Lencsés, CFA

Head of Content

Gyula has more than 10 years of experience in the financial industry. He spent most of his career in the wealth management business as a portfolio manager of mutual funds. He has trading experience in a wide range of asset classes, including stocks, ETFs, bonds, commodities, forex, and derivatives markets. He joined BrokerChooser in 2020 and his aim is to make finding the best brokers in a rapidly changing investment world as easy as possible.

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