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WellsTrade® Online and Mobile Brokerage

Take control of your investing

WellsTrade lets you invest when
and how you want

One place to manage your accounts

With a single sign-on for your Wells Fargo Advisors WellsTrade brokerage accounts and your Wells Fargo bank accounts, everything is connected. Move money easily between accounts with our Brokerage Cash Services, included with your account.

A wide range of investing types

Trade stocks, ETFs, options, no-load mutual funds, money markets, and more.

Simple, transparent pricing 

$0 minimum to open account

$0 per online stock and ETF trade

Robust tools and research 

Take advantage of our screeners and online tools, real-time quotes, and exclusive Wells Fargo insights and third-party research.

Help when you need it most 

Our knowledgeable team is here to help if you have questions.

Take control of your investing decisions

Use our standard account for general investing. Plan for retirement with traditional, Roth, and SEP IRAs. Save for college with an education savings account, and more.

Invest online, from anywhere, at your convenience, using a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Pricing and fees


  • Stock and ETF trades (excluding penny stocks) made online and through our automated phone system are $0
  • No-load, no transaction fee mutual funds: $0 
  • No-load, transaction Fee mutual funds: $35


A $30 Household Annual Fee applies. You can avoid this fee with one of the following as of June 30 each year for all accounts in your WellsTrade household:

  • Enrollment in only electronic delivery for statements, trade confirmations, other documents, and shareholder communications (excluding tax documents/1099s)
  • Linkage to the Portfolio by Wells Fargo program
  • $250,000 or more in household balances
  • SEP IRA accounts-only households
  • Wells Fargo Private Bank accounts

Fee will be charged in September of each year.

Please see the WellsTrade Commissions and Fees for complete information.

Tools and research


  • Use our screeners to narrow your search for stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, and bonds. 
  • Compare your portfolio against 9 asset allocation models with our asset allocation tool.
  • Get real-time time quotes, charting and more.


  • Get market insight and commentary, investment ideas, economic outlooks, and industry and sector news.
  • Access a large collection of research including Wells Fargo Investment Institute proprietary content and third-party sources like Morningstar. 
  • Use performance ratings and watchlists to help you with searches.

Brokerage account features

  • With a single sign-on, you’ll have convenient access to your Wells Fargo Advisors investment and Wells Fargo banking accounts on your PC, laptop, tablet, and smartphone.
  • Place trades online for stocks, no-load mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, options, and money market mutual funds (PDF) online.
  • Place trades by phone with a fixed income specialist for bonds, treasuries, and brokerage CDs. 
  • Brokerage Cash Services comes standard with WellsTrade, enabling easy account transfers, mobile check deposit with a smartphone , and transfers to another person with Zelle®. You can also visit a Wells Fargo branch teller to make deposits, which are processed through an associated limited-purpose Wells Fargo Bank account in your name.
  • Earn interest on your uninvested cash with the Wells Fargo Advisor Cash Sweep program.
  • Use a margin loan to borrow against securities you hold in your account, for personal or business needs, or to finance investment opportunities

Want a closer look? Get an overview of WellsTrade capabilities.

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FINRA’s BrokerCheck: Get information about Wells Fargo Advisors and its financial professionals.

Still have questions?

Call Us

To open a WellsTrade account or ask questions, call 1-877-573-7997

For existing brokerage accounts, call 1-800-TRADERS (1-800-872-3377)

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