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Watch: Charles Schwab on the brokerage fee wars and the future of investing

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Watch CNBC's Bob Pisani interview Charles Schwab on "The Halftime Report."

Schwab is the founder and chairman of brokerage firm giant Charles Schwab, which holds about $3.72 trillion in client assets.

As of Monday, Charles Schwab is no longer charging commission fees for U.S. stocks, ETFs and options trades. Brokerage rivals E-Trade, Interactive Brokers and TD Ameritrade all dropped their commission fees in the last two weeks in the latest move of the brokerage fee wars.

Schwab will be discussing retail brokerage fee wars and the future of investing.

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