Compare Chase You Invest vs Tastyworks


Online brokers compared for fees, trading platforms, safety and more. See how Chase You Invest stacks up against Tastyworks!

Chase You Invest vs Tastyworks
overall rating
4.5
4.7
overall pros
  • Low trading fees
  • Fast and fully digital account opening
  • Strong parent company
  • Low trading fees
  • Great educational materials
  • Good research tools
overall cons
  • Available only for US clients
  • Limited product portfolio
  • Basic research tools
  • Only US options, futures, and stocks
  • Deposit and withdrawal options limited
  • No demo account
fees
4.7
  • Low trading fees
  • Low non-trading fees
  • Low stock and ETF fees
4.4
  • Low trading fees
  • Low stock and ETF fees
  • No inactivity fee
  • Withdrawal fee for bank (wire) transfers
account opening
5.0
  • Fast
  • Fully digital
  • No minimum deposit
  • Only for US clients
5.0
  • Fast
  • Fully digital
  • No minimum deposit
deposit and withdrawal
2.1
  • No deposit fee
  • Quick deposit and withdrawal - within 3 days
  • Credit/Debit card not available
  • Only one account base currency
  • High wire withdrawal fee for non-Chase clients
1.9
  • No deposit fee
  • User-friendly
  • Credit/Debit card not available
  • High withdrawal fee
  • Only one account base currency
web trading platform
2.9
  • User-friendly
  • Good search function
  • Order confirmation
  • No clear fee report available
  • No two-step (safer) login
  • Limited customizability (for charts, workspace)
3.4
  • Clear fee report
  • Price alerts
  • Order confirmation
  • Limited customizability (for charts, workspace)
  • Not suited for beginners
mobile trading platform
3.9
  • User-friendly
  • Good search function
  • Order confirmation
  • No two-step (safer) login
  • No price alerts
  • No Touch/Face ID login
4.2
  • User-friendly
  • Touch/Face ID login
  • Order confirmation
  • No price alerts
desktop trading platform
4.4
  • Clear fee report
  • Good customizability (for charts, workspace)
  • Price alerts
  • Not suited for beginners
markets and products
2.1
  • Stock
  • ETF
  • Fund
  • Bond
  • Portfolio Builder
2.4
  • Stock
  • ETF
  • Options
  • Futures
research
2.3
  • Data on asset fundamentals
  • Easy-to-use screener
  • Limited interactive charting
  • No trading ideas
  • Limited set of analytic tools
4.5
  • Good interactive chart
  • Trading ideas
  • Quality news flow
  • Limited fundamental data
customer service
3.5
  • Fast response time
  • Relevant answers
  • Fast and relevant telephone support
  • No live chat
  • No email support
4.0
  • Phone support
  • Fast response time
  • Relevant answers
  • No live chat
  • No 24/7 support
education
2.5
  • Educational videos
  • Good production quality
  • No demo account
  • No trading platform tutorial videos
4.5
  • Trading platform tutorial
  • Educational videos
  • Good production quality
  • No demo account
  • Majority of clients belong to a top-tier financial authority
  • High level of investor protection
  • Banking background
  • No negative balance protection
  • Majority of clients belong to a top-tier financial authority
  • High level of investor protection
  • Financial information is publicly available
  • No negative balance protection
  • Does not hold a banking license
  • Not listed on stock exchange
recommended for Beginners and buy-and-hold investors focusing on the US stock market Options and futures traders focusing on US markets
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