Take control with National Bank Direct Brokerage

Manage your investments with National Bank Direct Brokerage

Online trading has changed considerably over the past few years and no longer only serves the needs of active traders; it caters to all types of investors seeking more control, autonomy and freedom. Here are 5 good reasons to manage your investments with National Bank Direct Brokerage.

Events

19
Aug

Introduction to technical analysis : Supports and resistances

Seminar - Do-It-Yourself Investor Zone (fr)

Our seminar was developed to help you better understand this form of analysis, explaining the key principles essential to reading and understanding of market movements.

All Events

Coming soon

12
Aug

Tools for self-directed investors

Seminar - Do-It-Yourself Investor Zone (fr)
14
Aug

Introduction to technical analysis: Trends

Seminar - Do-It-Yourself Investor Zone (fr)
19
Aug

Introduction to technical analysis : Supports and resistances

Seminar - Do-It-Yourself Investor Zone (fr)

National Bank Direct Brokerage: A world of opportunities

Whether you are an active trader, a seasoned do-it-yourself investor or just starting out, National Bank Direct Brokerage has a full suite of tools and resources, from an Education Centre to financial calculators, to guide you in the elaboration of your investment strategies and to help you manage your portfolio yourself.

National Bank Direct Brokerage Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of National Bank of Canada. National Bank Direct Brokerage offers no advice and makes no investment recommendations. The client is solely responsible for the financial consequences of his or her investment decisions. Member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund.

National Bank Direct Brokerage received the highest numerical score among discount brokerage firms in the proprietary J.D. Power 2013 Canadian Discount Brokerage Investor Satisfaction StudySM. Study based on 3,089 responses measuring investor satisfaction and measures 11 firms. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed in May-June 2013. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.