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greenjean - Investing on line is simple and easy. All you have to do is go to most brokerage on line sites. Usually you can get there by typing in for example: www.mydiscountbroker.com (that's who I use). On these sites you will find information, applications and material to download or fill in on site. Do your research though. If you plan on Dripping and enrolling yourself in plans or if your simply interested in buying / selling - you want to watch for things such as purchase fees, selling fees,certificate fees, limit / stop fees ET..... I think you get the picture. Look at other benifits the brokerage firms offer also - Free Checking / No minimum / 24 Hour support (a human) / Free Checks / Electronic Transfers - You get it I'm sure. There are alot of on line sites out there and you can get link information here at the Fool. There is also a brokerage board and rankings all over the Fool and the net. I suspect that new programs such as the one Netstock is getting ready to offer, the one's that the MP is working on ET..... will change the face of "investing". Good Luck with your search. Oh yea, make sure you use "Fool" for a truly Foolish smart investor. Fool On!<:)
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