jeff410Check credit score free
Find an investment advisor. A person who actually has a fiduciary responsibility to act in your interests, with a contract. Stockbrokers do not have a fiduciary responsibility to you.
notaperviemusculargentCheck Experian score free
You may, but you have to keep detailed records. Oftentimes, the commission and even the .003 per cent SEC fee is figured in to the final proceeds. So check it and make sure you are not deducting it twice. You really should keep a notebook like investors did in the old days. You shouldn't depend upon your online statement only.
Just keep the Change, Barry!Check Equifax score free
Illianna what can you expect on Y A, most of them are 14 years old.....and then they say you have "no stocks".....must be an Obama supporter for sure!
Do they think we are poor and stupid just because we go on Yahoo?
I am moving my money and stocks, ......we are warned !
If Obama gets the Presidency a lot of money and people will leave the US, I am thinking Ireland, I have skills that are needed all over the world, !
A lot of us who have the means will do this!
frankie bCheck Equifax score free
If you are closing 6 deals a month and only taking 1500 home, maybe the split you are on is not fair? If you are trying to tell us you make $250 off each transaction, then you are getting screwed. Most loan officers I know make 2-3k off each transaction. If you are going to only make 1500/month, I would suggest you leave the business, its not worth it to get paid peanuts.
Here is the thing why I don't use margin. You have $1000 in cash and you borrow another $1000 in margin. The stock takes a dive but you think it should recover. Lets say in an extreme situation (but it happens often!), the price gets cut in half. The brokerage won't wait and they will sell it to protect their money!
So they sell, take their $1000 back and you are left with $0 AND you have to pay the interest for borrowing the margin money which is probably 10%. If you don't have the money then you shouldn't do margin. Margin is for highly advanced investors. I have invested for 10 years and I don't do it.