Vanguard Brokerage Account
More choices and flexibility. Simple portfolio management. Competitive pricing. Your brokerage account allows you to take care of all your investment needs in one place—with a partner you can trust.
Are your investments scattered at different providers—an IRA here, stocks there?
Consolidating your assets at Vanguard can make it easier to focus. You'll see your entire portfolio at a glance and be able to adjust quickly if you've gotten off track.
Your brokerage account allows you to design a portfolio with a broad array of investments.
Choose from more than 70 industry-leading Vanguard ETFs® and ETFs from other companies.
Fund costs and brokerage fees can put a drag on your returns. Vanguard's management costs are among the lowest in the industry, so more of your returns stay where they belong—in your account.**
You'll never pay a commission to buy Vanguard's mutual funds and ETFs through your brokerage account.
Most investors pay just $7 or less for stocks and ETF trades. And as your account grows, you can look forward to decreasing costs.
Be assured that our trading practices and aligned interests are designed to help get you the best price for your order in a timely fashion.
Count on us to work for you and help give you the best chance for investment success and for achieving your financial goals.
We complement our investment expertise with services that simplify the way you manage your portfolio—meaning you have more time for yourself!
Find, select, and monitor your investments with competitive screening and research tools.
Get assistance from our expert, unbiased trading specialists who work for you.
Trade most stocks and mutual funds wherever you are and whenever you want on your mobile device.
The sum total of your investments managed toward a specific goal.
A type of investment that pools shareholder money and invests it in a variety of securities. Each investor owns shares of the fund and can buy or sell these shares at any time. Mutual funds are typically more diversified, low-cost, and convenient than investing in individual securities, and they're professionally managed.
A type of investment with characteristics of both mutual funds and individual stocks. ETFs are professionally managed and typically diversified, like mutual funds, but they can be bought and sold at any point during the day using straightforward or sophisticated strategies.
A fee charged by a broker for executing a securities transaction.
An investment that represents part ownership in a corporation. Each share of stock is a proportional stake in the corporation's assets and profits.
A type of investment that gives you the right to either buy or sell a specified security for a specific price on or before the option's expiration date.
A loan made to a corporation or government in exchange for regular interest payments. The bond issuer agrees to pay back the loan by a specific date. Bonds can be traded on the secondary market.
An insured, interest-bearing deposit that requires the depositor to keep the money invested for a specific period of time or face penalties.