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Usually the Sale of Stocks ... "Settle" 3 business days after the "Sale"... ETrade should list the settlement date on your trade confirmation... After that the funds are immediately available in your Etrade account for investment or withdrawl.
As for any better broker?... each person has differnent needs.. and it depends on how often you trade and the "value" of your portfolio.... Many of your local banks offer discounted brokerage services based on your total business with that bank...
Good Luck finding the Brokerage that best fits you.
doreen kLiving trusts
Pay the $70 and ask the custodian to correct the distribution date since you never received nor negotiated the checks.
You would have been better off requesting a direct rollover, which goes directly to the successor custodian and is not subject to the 60-day limit nor to withholding.
This was all a plan by the republicans... can't say why. Their business was to ruin the country - and why? So Bush's rich friends can repossess a lot of property - drive wages down - drive more people into poverty?
The Supreme Court put that little drunk in the White House for a very specific reason - I just don't know what it was exactly. Might be as simple as moving the US over into the global economy where 1/4 of the people go to bed hungry every night. Now it's our turn.
Josh LQuick loans
Interestingly you asked this. I signed up for a couple accounts at E*Trade 2 weeks ago. I have a checking, complete savings, and Roth IRA there. I did for reputability, great customer service, and a plethora of services and features. Good decision on your part....way to think about your daughter.
It's extremely easy to deposit cash or checks into your savings account. Once the account is set up and opened, you can easily order a free book of deposit slips online through E*Trade. They also send a few envelopes with it to mail your deposits in (have to pay postage obviously).
If you have cash you want to deposit, DON'T send it in the mail. Have a reputable family member write you a check for the cash, so that you can securely mail it to deposit. I'll take longer to have it clear at E*Trade, but who cares?
Otherwise, you can do the same thing like the first poster said...deposit in a bank and then do transfer on E*Trade's website to transfer it from one bank to your E*Trade account.
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Good answer there.
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When you purchased 2000 shares at $8, the accounting looked like this:
MVL = $16,000
Debit = $8,000
Equity = $8,000
Where MVL = market value long, debit = amount borrowed, equity = the amount you own.
When the stock's price hit $4.92, you would have this:
MVL = $9,840
Debit = $8,000
Equity = $1,840
Your equity % is then 1,840/9,840 = 18.6%. The broker requires 35%, or $9,840 * 35% = $3,444. Since your equity is $1,840, you must send the difference of $1,604. By sending $1,840, your debit is reduced by that amount so you have:
MVL = 9840
Debit = 6,396
Equity = $3,444
By sending 1,840, your equity is 1,840/9,860 = 35% which is the amount required.
With the stock at $4.92, you should have been okay with the $2,000 sent. However, stocks below $5 are not marginable so the broker is probably requiring you pay for it in full. If the stock has since bounced above $5, you're okay if you haven't sent in the money. But if it is below $5, they'll want 100%.
The maximum you'd have to send is $8,000 (less any interest charges). In other words, you'd need to cover 100% of the debit owed to the broker.
If you've already deposited an additional $4,000, you may in have to send another $4,000 to hold the position. The $4,861 seems a little high. However, many brokers only update their maintenance calls daily so you may want to check with them on Monday. I have a feeling it is not taking all of your deposits into account.
Hope this helps.