OptionsXpress Promotional Codes

By on May 24, 2013


Current OptionsXpress Promotions:

1) Get $100 when you open up a new optionsXpress account. (Click to redeem this offer)

2) Roll Your 401(k) into an optionsXpress IRA for FREE (Click to redeem this offer)

About OptionsXpress:

OptionsXpress is a retail online brokerage firm headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. They company was founded in 2001 and is now a subsidiary of The Charles Schwab Corporation. The online brokerage provides brokerage services for stocks, options, futures, mutual funds, and fixed-income investments both in the United States and Internationally. OptionsXpress is popular among users for the easy-to-use trading tools which enables users to identify, analyze, and execute a variety of investment strategies.

The team at OptionsXpress is made up entirely of individuals who have a passion for investing. This allows them to develop the leading edge technologies and tools to make trading easy for the every day investor. One innovative tool they have developed is the All-in-One Trade Ticket which allows users to easily build strategies and place all trades from one single screen.

OptionsXpress also offers an education unit which offers a full range of education products and services for traders at all experience levels. Every user has access to a wealth of knowledge to assist them in making the best decisions for their individual portfolio. They offer free live webinars, free in depth live events, and free tutorials to assist the beginner, intermediate, and advanced investor with all of their investing needs.

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ETRADE (2 active promotions)
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SureTrader (2 active promotions)

Russell Kith

About Russell Kith

Russell Kith grew up in small town Wisconsin, the youngest of 4 boys. Having devoted most of his adolescent years to troublemaking, he left home at 18 and roamed across the world taking a variety of jobs he declines to specify. These days, you can find him writing about personal finance on the web. You can follow Russell on Google+ or Twitter.

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