Does anyone know a good website for buying/selling and trading stocks? Is it reliable?

Answers:3   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-10-07 01:29:02  

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Lamber
Asked at 2012-07-12 06:55:01
i am young and am only looking to invest around $50-100
Answer1Nora EscobedoAnswered at 2012-08-02 11:37:52
Zecco.com is pretty good
Answer2Tina M.Answered at 2012-08-12 03:40:03
The others have already said , but I'll repeat what I said.
You do not have enough to actually invest . Each time you purchase shares that will pay about $ 7 to the website (depending on site) as a commission . If you have $ 50, which automatically reduced to $ 43 you have to invest . So let's say you bought some shares in something for $ 43. When you finally ready to sell the shares , which costs another $ 7 to sell. Basically it's like you have only $ 36, $ 14, because he eats for a fee . Not worth investing less than at least $ 1,000 or $ 2,000. In addition , I suggest you do a lot of reading on the investment before trying. Since they are young will have plenty of time to research investment and save money to start. I read all the books seem to invest in my library, and I have yet much to learn. Also, check out Security Analysis by Graham and Dodd.
Answer3tom jonesAnswered at 2012-10-07 01:28:37
E -Trade and Scottrade are two of the best brokers in the U.S. . However, it takes at least $ 2,000 to start .
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