TD Ameritrade to bolster lineup of commission-free ETFs

Firm expands commission-free exchange-traded funds platform to 296, from 100

Oct 16, 2017 @ 12:40 pm

By InvestmentNews

TD Ameritrade has expanded its commission-free exchange-traded funds platform to 296 from 100, effective Oct. 17.

The participating ETF providers are AGFiQ QuantShares, First Trust Portfolios, iShares ETFs, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, PowerShares (Invesco), ProShares, State Street Global Advisors and WisdomTree, the firm said in a release.

TD Ameritrade said the ETFs in the program cover 77 Morningstar categories and include extremely low-cost ETFs in 15 core investment strategies. It began offering commission-free trading in ETFs in 2010.

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