كنت بدي أفتح حساب في الأميرتريد بس بطلت

الموضوع في 'السوق الأمريكي للأوراق الماليه' بواسطة حسين أيوب, بتاريخ ‏7 ديسمبر 2005.

  1. حسين أيوب

    حسين أيوب عضو جديد

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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    عبيت بيانات الإنترنت في الأميرتريد

    ووصلت حتى الصحفة الأخيرة صفحة النسخ

    لكني أفكر أنسحب الآن وأفتح في شويز تريد لأنه عمولته فقط 5 دولار

    ولا يطلب حد أدني لفتح الحساب

    هل علي أن أفوم بإجراء تجاه الأميرتريد مثل أن أخبرهم مثلا أني أنسحبت أم انسحب من غير ما أعمل شي والحساب راح يلغي من نفسه بعد فترة؟
     
  2. sas

    sas عضو جديد

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    اذا لم ترسل لهم الفلوس
    مافى اى شئ وليس هنالك اى مشكله
    لو تكرمت اخبرنا عن هذا البروكر الذى ترغب التعامل معه والمهم ليس ب 5 دولار المهم هل ان لا ياخذ نسبه معينه مقابل البيع والشراء . وشكــــــــرا
     
  3. m&m

    m&m عضو محترف

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    1) E*TRADE: E*TRADE charges $12.99 for both market and limit orders -- including
    penny stock trading for $1 or less and all OTCBB stocks. You need at least
    $1,000
    to open an account with E*TRADE. And there is a $40 quarterly fee for using
    their
    services. E*TRADE is a cheap online broker mainly for active traders who don’t
    need a lot of handholding.

    E*TRADE’s contact info: phone: 1-800-387-2331, Web address: www.etrade.com.

    2) Fidelity: Fidelity charges $19.95 for both market and limit orders --
    including all penny stocks. You need an opening balance of $2,500 to open an
    online account. But once you do, there is no quarterly or annual fee.

    Fidelity offers a lot more research capabilities -- and is marketed for the more
    serious investor (with a higher net worth) who likes the bells-and-whistles of a
    full-service broker.

    Fidelity’s contact info: phone: 1-800-544-6666, Web address: www.fidelity.com

    3) Scottrade: Scottrade is one of the cheapest online brokers you will find. It
    charges $7 for both market and limit orders. There are no quarterly or annual
    fees. So even if you are an inactive investor, you won’t be penalized for “not
    trading.” The only drawback for penny stock investors is this...

    In addition to the $7 flat commission, they charge an additional fee of 0.5% of
    the total principal. So if you spend $500, you owe Scottrade an addition $2.50
    added onto that $7 commission -- making your total commission come to $9.50.

    Like E*TRADE, Scottrade is a very bare-bones broker. If offers no handholding
    whatsoever. But it is cheap!

    Scottrade’s contact info: phone: 1-800-619-7283, Web address: www.scottrade.com.

    4) Charles Schwab: Charles Schwab may be the pioneer in the discount broker
    world, but it isn’t the cheapest. It charges $19.95 for market and limit
    orders -- and an additional $0.015 for all shares over 1,000. In addition,
    Schwab charges you a service fee of $45 a quarter.

    To open an account with Schwab, you need a minimum of $2,500. And for small-cap
    investors, you need to be aware of one thing…

    It only costs $19.95 to buy or sell any small-cap or penny stock. However, if
    you
    buy more than 5,000 shares, you have to pay $0.003 for every additional share.

    Charles Schwab’s contact info: phone: 1-866-855-6770, Web address:
    www.schwab.com.

    5) TD Waterhouse: TD Waterhouse charges $17.95 for market orders and $20.95 for
    limit orders. You need a $1,000 starting balance to open an account with TDW.
    And
    you are charged a $25 quarterly fee -- which is waived if you make three or more
    trades in a 6-month period.

    For you small-cap (or penny stock) investors, there is no additional fee to
    trade
    or invest in OTCBB stocks.

    One note to keep in mind about TDW: It is in the process of being acquired by
    Ameritrade. So my guess is it will soon adopt Ameritrade’s commission and fee
    structure. Of course, we’ll have to wait and see. The “helpful representative”
    I spoke to couldn’t tell me a thing. Shocker!.

    TW Waterhouse’s contact info: phone: 1-800-934-4448, Web address:
    www.tdwaterhouse.com

    6) Ameritrade: Ameritrade is one of the better-known deep discount online
    brokers. It charges a flat $10.99 for all market and limit orders -- and that
    includes your OTCBB and penny stocks. You need $2,000 to open an account with
    Ameritrade. And you are charged a $15 quarterly fee if your account balance
    falls
    below $2,000 OR you don’t make four trades every six months. (In other words, if
    you make four trades, you are exempt from the $15 fee).

    Ameritrade’s contact info: phone: 1-800-454-9272, Web address:
    www.ameritrade.com

    7) Firstrade: Firstrade is one of the online brokers I never heard of before
    today. But it caught my attention with its $6.95 commissions, no annual or
    quarterly fees and no minimum opening balance required. It is truly a deep
    discount brokerage service that should only be used if you don’t need any help
    whatsoever.

    As far as buying and selling penny stocks, Firstrade does mark up their
    commissions a bit. If you trade stocks that sell for $2 or less, you must
    tack on an addition fee of ½ a cent per share. So if you buy 1,000 shares of
    a $1 stock, it will cost you $6.95 plus $5. So your total commission would
    equal $11.95.

    Firstrade’s contact info: phone: 1-800-869-8800, Web address: www.firstrade.com.

    8) Vanguard: Vanguard is a more full service online broker -- similar to
    Fidelity
    and Schwab. So it should come as no surprise that you must pay more that you
    would with E*TRADE or some other deep discount broker.

    Vanguard charges $25 to execute any market or limit order. It assesses a $30
    annual service fee for every client. You need a minimum opening balance of
    $3,000. And if you are interested in buying penny stocks, it gets a little
    hairy.
    You pay a flat $20 commission per play plus 2% of the total principal.

    Vanguard’s contact info: phone: 1-800-992-8327, Web address: www.vanguard.com.

    9) Wang Investment: This is another broker I knew nothing about before today.
    But it too is competing with the likes of E*TRADE, Firstrade and Scottrade. Wang
    Investment charges $8 for most market and limit orders. I say “most” market and
    limit orders because it costs $25 to buy or sell stocks that trade for $1 or
    less.

    They charge a $30 service fee every six months. And there is no minimum opening
    balance required to open an account with Wang.

    Wang Investment’s contact info: phone: 1-800-353-9264, Web address:
    www.wangvest.com.

    10) Trading Direct: Trading Direct charges $9.95 for all market and limit
    orders -- including OTCBB and Pink Sheets stocks. There is no minimum opening
    balance required to start an account up. But they do charge a $60 annual fee --
    unless you make at least one transaction per year.

    Trading Direct’s contact info: phone: 1-800-925-8566, Web address:
    www.tradingdirect.com.

    I hope this helps you in your penny stock trading. Remember, money saved on
    commissions is just as important as money earned on a solid stock pick!
     
  4. حسين أيوب

    حسين أيوب عضو جديد

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    هذا الرابط حقهم وأحكم بنفسك

    http://www.choicetrade.com/

    إلي أعرفه إنه ياخذ عمولة على العملية 5 دولار فقط مهما كان عدد الأسهم يعني حتى لو أشتريت أسهم الشركة كلها راح تكون العمولة 5 دولار فقط