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Simplify your portfolio management

Enjoy the convenience of having all your investments in one place—so you can focus on your goals.

Why consolidating with Vanguard Brokerage makes sense


With Vanguard Brokerage, you'll have one company to call, receive one set of tax forms, and have one website to monitor.

Service excellence

We strive to obtain the best execution price for your trades by:

If you need to call, our knowledgeable investment professionals work for you, not for commissions. So you'll get the help you need when you need it, including assistance making block trades.

Competitive commissions & fees

Most Vanguard Brokerage clients pay no more than $7 per online trade—some enjoy $2 or even commission-free trades.††

Easy ways to do business

Buy and sell your way—at your desktop, on your mobile device using our free app, or by phone.

Higher levels of personal attention

As your assets grow, you can look forward to lower costs and more personalization and advice.

Evaluate your investment choices

Have your heart set on a particular stock? Our tools can show you if it's a good fit for your portfolio.

Find a stock or ETF

Open or transfer accounts

Have stocks somewhere else?

We're here to help

If you're new to Vanguard:

Call 800-252-9578

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Eastern time

If you're already a Vanguard client:

Call 800-888-3751

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Eastern time

Are you paying too much for your ETFs?

The average Vanguard ETF® expense ratio is 74% less than the industry average.

Find out what sets Vanguard ETFs® apart

Enjoy some of the lowest costs in the industry, commission-free trades through Vanguard Brokerage,†† and fund management expertise when you invest in our ETFs.


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National best bid and offer (NBBO)

A Securities and Exchange Commission requirement that brokers guarantee their clients the highest bid or lowest offer price when buying and selling stocks for their clients.

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Block trade

An order to buy or sell a large quantity of stock shares, generally more than 10,000 shares.

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Short sale

Selling shares of a stock you don't own. You complete the sale by delivering shares you borrow or that are borrowed for you.

Short sales anticipate a decline in the stock's price, which enables you to cover the sale with a future purchase of the stock at a lower price—therefore making a profit.