What firm offers the least restrictive brokerage account?

Hi All,

    I have been saving up for a house and now that I have a good amount saved up I would now like to jump aboard the TQQQ train but not sure which brokerage I should go through. I know Vanguard does not allow the purchase of leveraged ETFs for individual investors (at least unaccredited ones).

What firm(s) do you all use? 

I use Vanguard and Merrill Lynch.

Are there other brokerages that don't allow the purchase of leveraged ETFs? If so, which ones?

What firms have the least restrictions on individual investor accounts?

Thank you much!

Comments (3)

Dec 13, 2021 - 10:14pm

Least restrictive is probably Fidelity or Charles Schwab. But look at my signature, don't get me started on those fucks at Charles Schwab...

Just had my trade dispute rejected by Schwab for a loss of 35k. This single issue alone should be a gigantic red flag to anyone who trades on their platform.

If they have a system error, and you do not video record your trading (they actually said this), they will not honour their fuck up. Switching everything away from them. Fuck this company.

Dec 14, 2021 - 5:47am

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Just had my trade dispute rejected by Schwab for a loss of 35k. This single issue alone should be a gigantic red flag to anyone who trades on their platform.

If they have a system error, and you do not video record your trading (they actually said this), they will not honour their fuck up. Switching everything away from them. Fuck this company.

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