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Subject: Re: looking for disc brokerage co Date: 6/9/2008 12:24 AM
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Pleae conside what you need as you choose a broker.

If you wish to make all your own decisions, a deep discount broker with low trading fees, no minimum balance and no yearly fees would fit you.
If you may occasionaly want to ask a question (and get an answer instead of an opinion) a full service broker might suit you better despite their higher trading fees.

Be aware of all the cost and fees involved. This is what turned me away from E-Trade, their inactivity fees and low balance fees. My personal recomendation was BrownCo, who unfortunatly was bought out by E-Trade.

jC
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