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Greetings, s3d1r901, and welcome. You wrote in part:

<<What I would like is a discount broker with reasonable rates for broker-assisted trades, that is readily accessible, and that offers the option of on-line trading in which I can have confidence, as well as computer-savvy customer service reps who actually want to help. I'd also like a money fund for cash balances -- gee, the usual things! Does this exist? How best to comparison shop?>>

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