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TradingBlock is an online brokerage company dealing with a wide range of investment products and services. The company operates as a division of Trading Block Holdings Inc. A member of SIPC, it also operates as MoneyBlock. TradingBlock allows users to get instant access to find strategies, analyze risk and research on the website. With a TradingBlock brokerage account, users can manage stocks, options, ETFs and mutual funds from a single platform. The TradeBuilder tool allows to enter stock or ETF symbol, target date, target price and investment capital and compare profit/loss or probabilities. TradeBuilder scans and displays 40 stock and option strategies

TradingBlock is currently only available for US residents. Members can trade online or with the assistance of a broker by phone or email. Deposit to account can be made through wire transfer, check. Members need a balance of $2,000 for a margin account and $500 for a retirement (IRA and Roth IRA) account. For more information or queries on new accounts, payment, cancellation, technical support, or others, reach the TradingBlock customer service.

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Status
Foundation Year 2010
License
Trading Platforms TradeBuilder, Portfolio Hedger
Reliability Rate B
Authorised Capital
Brocker Fee 7.50
Exchange Fee
Withdrawal Fee
Minimum Deposit 2000
Bonuses & Discounts
Seminars, Education
Phone 1-800-494-0451, +1-312-253-0385
Address 311 S. Wacker Drive Suite 650 Chicago, IL 60606
Website http://www.tradingblock.com/default.aspx

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