With RBC Direct Investing, you can sharpen your investing skills, discover new ways to invest and connect with other investors who can offer a fresh perspective.
Choose from a range of investment products to help you reach your goals.
Whether you want to retire sooner, send a child to school or fund the trip of a lifetime, find the account(s) to help you succeed.
Explore the latest research, investment screeners and tools to find unique investment opportunities.Learn More about investment tools & research
Get inspired or start a discussion in the Community—a dynamic and secure place to connect with other investors.Learn More about the Community
Keep track of your investments and stay on top of the market with Alerts and Watchlists you can customize.Learn More about Alerts & Watchlists
Do you earn RBC Rewards® points with an RBC credit card? There are two great ways to use your points at RBC Direct Investing. The choice is yours!
Use your RBC Rewards points to pay for your online and mobile trade commissions.7
Convert your points online to make cash contributions or deposits to a TFSA, RRSP, RESP or non-registered cash account.7Learn More about making contributions & trades using your points
Open an account online or try out our actual investing site — not a demo — with a practice account.
The RBC Rewards program is offered by the Royal Bank of Canada. The use of RBC Rewards points is subject to the RBC Rewards Terms & Conditions (Link opens in a new window). You cannot earn RBC Rewards points through RBC Direct Investing (RBC DI). You may only use your points through RBC DI to: (1) pay for trade commissions on your eligible RBC DI accounts; or (2) transfer points to cash contributions to your eligible RBC DI accounts. It is your responsibility to make sure you have sufficient contribution room within your registered plan when transferring points to cash contributions to your registered accounts. The Canada Revenue Agency may apply tax penalties for over-contributions. RBC Direct Investing is not responsible for any such penalties.
There are two ways to qualify for the RBC Direct Investing Royal Circle program. The average of the month-end balances from the past four months must be at least $250,000 per client, or a client’s equity commissions must be greater than $5,000 annually. Membership in Royal Circle is reviewed annually to ensure the qualification criteria are met. RBC Direct Investing reserves the right to alter the benefits at any time and to remove clients who no longer qualify for the program, without prior notification.