StockCross Review

StockCross was founded in 1971 in downtown Boston's financial district and over the years has grown into one of the premiere international financial services companies.

StockCross today is headquartered in Beverly Hills, with offices in major cities around the country. Our robust online platform serves individual and corporate investors coast-to-coast and around the world, while we continue to offer the personal, one on one attention and service our clients expect and deserve.


StockCross is a full service online broker which focuses on providing the resources needed to grow your portfolio over the long run. Their website is professional and user-friendly with a lot of resources for retirement planning, tax guides and educational purposes. They offer all the standard financial products like stocks, options, ETFs, Mutual Funds and fixed income products. To open an account you must have at least $1,000 in equity for IRAs and $2,000 for all other account types.


One thing which really stood out is their client service. They are fast to answer phones and answer your questions with very little wait times and they have a chat service for those of you who have not have the time to call in.


Stock Cross has a decent amount of different tools and a more advanced trading platform which has some great features and is fairly powerful. The platform is customizable with time and sales, charting, watch lists, alerts, position and balances page, news and more.


StockCross is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). We have taken every step to ensure your account is secure, protected and insured against unanticipated financial events, although these measures do not insure you against market declines.


StockCross also provides $20 million protection per client through supplementary coverage by a London Insurer and has an aggregate total coverage of $50 million. This coverage protects against brokerage insolvency and does not protect against loss in market value of securities.