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|Subject: Re: Sharebuilder auto investing||Date: 10/1/2004 1:44 PM|
|Author: jbking||Number: 42540 of 77293|
I am forced to accept the price at that given time(good or bad). I believe I,and anyone, should decide what price they will by an investment at.
Then get a real discount broker and use limit orders and realize that you give up guaranteed execution for price control. IOW, just because you put in a limit order to buy a stock at a specified price doesn't mean it will happen, e.g. anyone think BRK.B would trade at $5/share?
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