Take control of your trading.

Many people prefer the control of conducting their own trading. That’s why Comerica Securities, Inc. provides online investing tools to make investing easy. Utilize online trading tools through Comerica Securities Online to get account and securities information, make trades, look up market data, get quotes and much more.

Comerica Securities Online features include

  • Account information
    • Account details
    • Balances
    • Holdings
    • History
    • Online account statements
    • Online confirmations
  • Trading
    • Enter trades 24 hours a day; all transactions are executed during U.S. stock exchange market hours
  • Market data
    • Get quotes
    • Create a watch list
    • Select charts for various time periods
    • Obtain company profiles

To open an account

Contact a Comerica Securities, Inc. representative at 800.232.6983.




Securities and other non-deposit investment products offered through Comerica Securities, Inc. are not insured by the FDIC; are not deposits or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, Comerica Bank or any of its affiliates; and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal invested. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Information presented is for general information only and is subject to change. Comerica Securities, Inc. is a broker/dealer, member FINRA/SIPC and subsidiary of Comerica Bank. Comerica Securities, Inc. is a federally Registered Investment Advisor. Registrations do not imply a certain level of skill or training.

High volumes of trading at the market opening, or intra-day, may cause delays in execution and/or executions at prices which may vary significantly from the market price quoted or displayed at the time the order was entered.

Attention Day Traders: If you purchase a security and sell it the same day, you must have sufficient funds or buying power in your account to pay for the purchase in full. On settlement date you cannot receive the net profit or simply pay the net loss. You must pay for the purchase in full, prior to settlement date before any profit is released.