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Oh my God! Your article about the recent changes in Amex's online trading sounds like an excerpt from my angry email to American Express. Obviously, I am one of the fools who bought the bull about free and superior quality service (= bait) ... and now, switch! to not only loosing the free priviledges but a rate hike in sells!!! Why are we - long-term investors - paying for the day traders' abuse of their services? Why not cancel or penalize the day raders accounts? If I sound like I am 'barking up the wrong tree' that's because my long and well-crafted email to Amex only managed to earn me a FORM response from the company! Well my friends, THIS "Dear Customer" will be taking his chunk elsewhere ASAP... any advice on where to go for inexpensive quality online trading companies?
Nicolas C.
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