Robinhood vs E-Trade

Robinhood vs E-Trade Comparison Table 2021
Robinhood E-Trade
Robinshood have pioneered mobile trading in the US. Their offer attempts to provide the cheapest share trading anywhere.
We do not recommend trading with Robinhood. Their business practices have harmed traders and their "free" trading offer has been criticized for actually costing their traders millions of dollars.
eTrade provide everything from online day trading accounts to managed investment portfolios and retirement planning
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
Bonus
None Commission Free Trades
Instruments
Stocks, Options, CFD, Binary Options, ETFs Stocks, Futures, E-minis, Options, CFD
Demo Account
No Yes
Minimum Deposit
$0 $500
Payment Methods
ACH Transfer, Apple Pay, Credit Card, Debit Card, Google Pay Apple Pay, Cheque, Credit Card, PayPal, Western Union
Minimum Trade
$10 $10
Regulator
SEC SEC
Margin Trading
No No
Margin Rate
2.5%
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
STP Account
No No
ECN Account
No No
DMA Account
No No
MAM Account
No No
PAMM Account
No No
LAMM Account
No No
Demat Account
No No
AI / Machine Learning
- Yes
Robo Advisor
- -
Negative Balance Protection
- -
Market Maker
No No
P2P Trading
No No
Spot Trading
No No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows iOS, Android and Windows
Auto Trading
- -
Trade Signals
- -
VPS Hosting
- -
Tournaments
- -
Demo Competitions
- -
Ethical Investing
- -
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No No
Account Currencies
- -
CFD
Leverage
1:2
FTSE Spread
N/A N/A
GBPUSD Spread
N/A N/A
Oil Spread
0.06 pips
Stocks Spread
0.3% Var 0.2% Var
Binary Options
Binary options trading not offered
Payout