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Author: Kurtv Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 10381  
Subject: Re: Quicken & Brokerage Accounts Date: 6/20/2001 5:36 PM
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I fully agree with Patzer when it comes down to entering brokerage account info. Especially when it comes to the money market activity, who wants to spend the time entering this stuff if you don't have to?
I use Etrade and started updating my account via download after a couple of months of doing it by hand. I now have two Roth IRA accounts and a taxable account and it takes only minutes to update all these accounts.
I know Etrade isn't the lowest priced brokerage, but I only trade 6 to 8 times in the average year and their web site has proven very easy to use, though sometimes a bit slow. I checked out the ratings at Gomez.com and Etrade's consistant top ratings was the reason I chose to do business with them.

Good Luck,
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