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Hi all,

I'm trying to understand/research which financial institutions offer TFSA accounts in which trading (income trusts, REITs...) is permitted.

Here's a link I came across:
http://dan.matan.ca/Tax-Free-Savings-Account-TFSA-Brokers-Stocks-Bonds-ETFs

Is Questrade still the best available low cost option for trading trusts inside a TFSA?

Thanks!
I have a TFSA through Questrade and have been very happy with it so far. I only use it for equity trading, but they offer Forex and Options trading through the same account as well.
 

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Is this still true? I was comparing the differences between stock trade and Questrade. Thinking of giving it a try after being charged 10$ per transaction for RBC direct investment.
 

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I don't follow what you are comparing.
Initially it seemed you were comparing two brokers, "stock trade" and "Questrade" but then the RBC brokerage is mentioned, suggesting "stock trade" is not a broker.


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Ditto for Questrade. Their commission-free ETF buys are great.

My only complaint is with customer service.
I transferred from TD Waterhouse and they promise to reimburse transfer fees up to $150/account. But it was like pulling teeth to actually get the reimbursements. A MAJOR headache. But they eventually paid.
 

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Is this still true? I was comparing the differences between stock trade and Questrade. Thinking of giving it a try after being charged 10$ per transaction for RBC direct investment.
For true cheapness you could go with WealthSimple Trade. They have zero commissions. But the interface and service are terrible. Pick your poison.
 
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