How to Choose and Use A Discount Broker

Book - 2000
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More and more Canadians are turning to discount brokers as a low-cost alternative to having professionals manage their money, making the discount brokerage industry one of the fastest-growing segments of the investment world.

On-line investing is cheap and easy, an dyou can set up an account with most discount brokers with just a few dollars. But thousands of Canadians with accounts at discounters have no idea on how to make them work effectively. E-Investing How to Choose and Use a Discount Broker is your manual for on-line investing.

Rates the strengths and weaknesses of all the discount brokers in Canada, including cost and service comparisons, and ease of use of discounters' websites. Features a questionnaire to help you decide if a discounter is right for you. Explains how to do business with a discounter, whether it's face-to-face, on the telephone, or via the Internet. Gives step-by-step instructions on how to set up an account and how to get on-line. Walks you through sample trades step-by-step with dialogues and questions to guide you. Lists dozens of websites indispensable to the do-it-yourself investor. Explains how to access tools and resources that allow you to track daily market developments; get quotes, charts, and stock prices; and do research on mutual funds and stocks.
Publisher: Toronto : Wiley & Sons, c2000
ISBN: 9780471645207
Characteristics: xvii, 274 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Anderson, Guy J. 1969-
Alternative Title: E investing


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