Account types

Every account type you need to trade equities, FX & CFDs

Are you looking for a TFSA? We have them. Want to open a spousal RRSP with level 1 options trading permission? Done. How about a corporate FX & CFD account? No problem. What about a locked-in RRSP and a TFSA and an individual margin account for trading uncovered options? Easy. In fact, you can open them all at once with a packaged account. One (or maybe even a few) of our account types is perfect for you.

Margin accounts are our most popular for a reason: they give you access to many of the great products and services we offer. You can open an individual, joint, or organization margin account to trade stocks, options, ETFs, and precious metals (that's just for starters), and then use the investments you hold as leverage to give you more buying power. For traders with big goals, margin accounts are the smart way to trade.

Open a margin account

A tax-free or registered savings account with a bank is nice and all, but your investments deserve better. You deserve better. Avoid the annual fees that big banks charge and actively manage your portfolio with an RSP or TFSA. Buy, sell, and hold individual stocks, options, mutual funds, ETFs, and precious metals. To build your money, you need a plan of action, not just a plan. You need a Questrade TFSA or registered trading account.

Open a registered account

Looking to take on the biggest markets in the world? Look no further. Our forex (FX) and contracts for difference (CFD) accounts can help you prepare to take on the global markets and your financial future, all at once. Whether you’re trading on your own, in a group, for the benefit of somebody else or as a business, we’ve got an account for you.

Open a FX & CFD account

A dollar and a dream. That’s all it takes to open one of our Portfolio IQ accounts. Our professionally managed portfolios helps you reach your financial goals, whether in a TFSA, registered or cash account. All you need to do is open and fund your account (start with as little as $1 to open an account in cash, and as little as $2000 to be fully invested). Then we’ll take care of the rest.

Open a managed account