muncie birderLiving trusts
Well, almost any. There are some you will not be able to invest in. Those traded only on some foreign exchanges. But many foreign stocks are available on the pink sheets. You can invest in those. As for stocks traded in the U S and I think also on the Toronto exchange the answer is yes. Schwab may also allow trading in stocks on certain foreign exchanges. Etrade does.
richard tCheck Transunion score free
I like TD Ameritrade,,,,,about 10-12 per trade.............
good execution and some research on their site.........
Hunches usually don't work.......watch ''deal or no deal'' for a few weeks..............
karenchiiCheck Transunion score free
Don't take your money out. If anything, buy more. It's so low and it will bounce back.
You will regret it if you take it out. You will be so happy if you leave it in. =)
BluevilleConsolidate school loans
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M DCheck mortgage score free
They either have them in inventory or not it takes a few minutes if the shares are scarce and you're a valuable enough customer to the broker to have to call on a landline to headquarters to drum up some shares but usually not. Usually just a computer transaction with things like QQQ etc and can directly through your trading software.
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It is possible they are confusing you with a margin customer (one who buys stocks on credit), but I would leave the account closed and look elsewhere. TD Waterhouse used to have great service but by all accounts it has gone downhill badly. Sharebuilder.com is expensive, I would stay away from them. Interactive Brokers will open an account for $2,000 and trades are $1US each for up to 500 shares or so. If you don't want to trade a lot, BrownCo is better at $5US per trade. I use both and am very happy with them. I don't know what their policy is about credit checks but they don't cater to the ninnies who are likely to sue because they made a bad stock pick.
I can't help but notice your attitude about investing is kind of casual, like someone trying a garage sale to see if they make some money. I don't want to stress you out, but have you considered what's involved in putting money at risk? If you're really not attached to this money then you'll probably do well, but a paper loss tends to challenge people's relationship with money.
I just Signed up with Scott Trade. Only $500.00 minimum to open a cash account without margin's or options, which If your like me, aren't worried about right now. Hope I helped you.
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"I want to make some money..." "...have no idea how this stuff works."
I'd recommend first trying your hand with a stock market simulator. Below is a link to a free one from Investopedia: