The Stifel Mobile Application is available for free download! The Stifel mobile app allows you to monitor your Stifel accounts from the convenience of your mobile phone or tablet without the requirement of relying on a computer. View your accounts from anywhere at any time using your Stifel Access login ID and password.
Stifel Mobile allows you to track and get updates on the following features:
-Account Order Status
-Market movers, including most active securities, most up, and most down
-Detailed quotes, charts, news, and option information on individual securities
-Deposit checks into your account using your mobile device’s camera.
-Find the Stifel office closest to you
Not a Stifel Access client? Sign up for free at: access.investor.stifel.com
Stifel Mobile is free to download; however, a data plan is required and data and access fees may be applied by your mobile carrier. Please consult with your mobile carrier to determine your mobile plan details.
Prices and information obtained from outside sources are considered reliable but are not guaranteed by Stifel. Actual prices may vary, and upon sale, you may receive more or less than your original purchase price. Please consult with your Financial Advisor for additional information.
The Stifel Mobile application falls under the terms and conditions found in the Stifel Access User Agreement that is agreed to when signing up for Stifel Access. You can find and review the Stifel Access User Agreement by logging in to Stifel Access and clicking on the User Agreement link found along the bottom of each page.
For more information about Stifel, please visit our web site at www.stifel.com
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Version iOS App 3.7.0
Bug fixes and enhancements
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Needs a serious update
The app just can’t read certain checks. Something to do with separation of numbers at the bottom of checks, according to tech support. If an app is developed for mobile banking and it can’t read checks, wouldn’t it be a good idea to at least have a meeting about the situation ? Or poach an IT person from any other bank? Something? There hasn’t been an update issued in over a year and this is an ongoing issue. I was told I’m supposed to put the check on a black background and used a flash and it should work. No it doesn’t on the ‘problem’ checks. The problem, though, is not the check - it is the app.
Update is great, but where is Face ID?
The new update is great and gives you lots of good info, but it should also allow you to use Face ID/Touch ID.
It least it should recognize stored passwords so that IOS can allow you to use that info. As it stands you have to click on the password, then do a search for Stifel and then click on the result.
Other apps allow IOS to show the Stifel account at the bottom and with a single click fill in the password.
Wake Up Stifel
This is the worst example of how to use your mobile device I’ve ever seen. Can’t use fingerprints to login, can’t use 2 step verification, can’t even remember my dadgum user name for 24 hours.
I changed from Morgan Stanley to follow my advisor but I’m seriously disappointed in the Stifel website and app.
I’m thinking about looking around for a new firm simply because I want better online access to my accounts. There are plenty of firms that provide better technology that want our business.
I’m now requiring that they send me paper statements because I cannot get the consolidated reporting that I was getting from MS.
Wake up guys and hire some young programmers to get you into the correct century, maybe even look at what other firms are providing and try to catch up ... there is so much more accessibility out there to provide your clients.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.