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Okay ... First of all, I am an American car loyalist, I personally like Ford, but it would be terrible to see GM fall. But, since GM's vehicle line is mainly larger vehicles, the only way they would be able to survive would be to re-vamp their whole vehicle line like Ford is doing. The only way GM will be able to get money will be for it to get rid of some of its companies and to lower their fricken CEO's paycheck!!!!!! They make too much for having a failing company, if I were GM I would kick them out on the street!! And, GM employees are already federal employees, they are all part of a federal union, that is why GM is ailing!!! The GM companies will go completely under by using a structured bankruptcy, and the feds will not buy ANY of their companies.
Yes soon, unless they get bailed out.
Yes bankruptcy later unless they both get bailed out AND change their cost structure in a massive way.
GM as a company would be better off going bankrupt. Then they can dump all those costs for retired workers, all those pension plans, immediately close loser plants, stop paying for laid off workers and more. In the real world GM can not afford to pay for all that dead weight.
They should never have agreed to all those costs in the first place. Tax payers should not be paying for GM's mistakes.
On the Position Statement on the Monitor Tab, right click on the underlying and move mouse cursor over 'Create Closing Order' selection and it will give you one or more closing options. Click the one you want.
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Only if you're employed by another FINRA registered firm. Otherwise, no.
Those questions are for suitability purposes. If you're unemployed or retired, the investments that are suitable for you are different than somebody who is employed as a Vice President at a bank. They ask these questions mainly to cover themselves in case you lose a lot of money and claim you weren't suitable for the trading you were doing in a law suit or arbitration.
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Interactive Brokers charge by the share amount.
As an example (USD Charges);
100 shares = $1.00
200 shares = $1.00
500 shares = $2.50
1,000 shares = $5.00
The platform of Interactive Brokers has a steep learning curve. I like ThinkOrSwim better.
However... if you're new to trading.... neither would be the best choice.
Newbies in trading should use;
Schwab or Fidelity