Data from

Keynote.com today showed that this week's performance results for online brokers was little changed compared to last week, when

TheStreet.com

began featuring this information. Keynote measures how quickly one can navigate an online broker's site, not how quickly one can execute a trade.

Once again,

DLJdirect

was number one, coming in with a site performance time of 3.94 seconds. That bests last week's performance by almost a full second. Again,

Firstrade

brought up the rear, with a time of 21.69 seconds -- an improvement over last week, but still not enough to get it out of the cellar.

For a full story on how Keynote measures performance and what goes into it, please see last week's

story on the topic.