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Subject: Fidelity, Trade Fees, High End Date: 12/27/2007 11:40 PM
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I'm currently with Fidelity, and am paying about $20 for a stock trade. Fidelity has different tiers for the cost of a trade. Accounts with more money get a lower fee for making a trade. I've noticed that other brokers have lower fees. I've heard that Fidelity is ranked high in research capabilities, but I can do plenty of research here at the Motley Fool, and with other sources.
I've had a fairly good experience with Fidelity, but I'm going to be switching my account to thinkorswim. It was easier to open an account with Fidelity, but thinkorswim has a product that I really want. Thinkorswim's Trailing Stop Limit Order allows a sell price that is different than the trigger price. This is an absolutely critical capability for getting your stock sold.
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