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>This isn't a retirement question but if I wanted to >buy stock without a broker involved where would i
> go?
> I really want to start investing in individual stocks >that I've been tracking but don't want to pay a
> broker if I know what I want to buy. I have money >invested in mutual funds but never purchased
> ind. stocks
> Any advise or suggestions would be greatly >appreciated.

Some companies allow you to buy shares directly from them once you already own some. Beyond that, you've got the major problem of finding a seller--that's what a broker is for.

Online you can get some pretty low commissions, though.
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