And you get to trade with friends.
All of Us is the first trading platform designed to create friendly competition. Leagues, leaderboards, and even portfolio sharing. It's like fantasy football, but for traders!
Trade Smart & Game On!
Get paid for your trades
Do better than "free commissions". We give you a portion of our payment for order flow.
Get paid for your stocks
We give you 30% of the money we make from securities lending.
Battle-tested security & stability.
All personal information is 256-bit encrypted. Our architecture has been independently verified as best-practice and secure.
Create community leagues to trade and compete alongside your friends.
Help along the way
Community information to help you make responsible and informed choices every step of the way.
How are you stacking up against your community? Get insights, exchange strategies, and enjoy trading together.
Rest assured, we're a card-carrying member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), which protects securities customers of its members up to $500,000 (including $250,000 for claims for cash). Explanatory brochures are available upon request or at sipc.org
All of Us Securities LLC and are wholly-owned subsidiaries of All of Us Financial LLC. Equities and ETF’s are offered to self-directed customers by All of Us Securities.
While All of Us does not mark up fees or service charges it incurs in servicing clients, it does pass some of those fees through clients. Current information can be found on our Fee Schedule. Relevant SEC & FINRA fees may also apply.
All of Us Securities is currently registered in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. This is not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities, or open a brokerage account in any jurisdiction where All of Us Securities is not registered. Additional information about your broker can be found by clicking FINRA Public Disclosure Program (BrokerCheck).
* Actual shared revenue will be based on mix of holdings, trading activity, and cash balance held, and can be lower or higher than 1%. Example shown assumes shares loaned at average annual hard to borrow rate of approximately 6% across portfolio.