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<< However, I'm in favor of the brokerages' action. I prefer that online investors are protected from 'dangerous' trading (from themselves?) and that volatility decrease a bit. >>

Indeed, themselves. The Wall Street Journal a few weeks ago had an article about investors who used online trading, lost a bundle, then blamed the online discounters for not warning them.

You KNOW this is the same reason why we don't have Kinder Eggs in the United States.

Washu! ^O^
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