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Iam looking for a decent site to do some day trading.. If you want a broker let me know. I did a lot of looking around and found the best one. As for forums I also have a few. If your going to do more then lets say trades a month your better off to go with a broker then a major bank. Also, how much do you know about investing in general?
Just saying, be careful: Otherwise I didn't know they just offer low trader fees. I unfortunately haven't tried different platforms however I have found Royal Bank to be a brutal trading platform for day traders. Originally posted by Neil4Speed I unfortunately haven't tried different platforms however I have found Royal Bank to be a brutal trading platform for day traders.
Canada is in the stone age when compared to the US in regards to daytrading brokers. It's been that way since the late 90s and it hasn't improved at all. Originally posted by BigMass Canada is in the stone age when compared to the US in regards to daytrading brokers. I gave up trying years ago. If someone knows better by all means please inform me. Where in Canada can i get that? I may switch over in a couple of months. Originally posted by Irae www. Originally posted by bluerush: I wanted to refer him Been using credential direct.
I've been happy with it. They advertise it as being rated the 1 trading site in Canada three years? In my opinion average priced trades, ok layout, below average research, and mostly decent but at times space-case customer service.
If you're looking for opening a self-directed RRSP and are ok with doing your research elsewhere, Q-Trade might be worth a look. Yeah, you don't want an annual fee for your accounts, regardless of what type. Questrade is the best by far. You have web based platforms or app based for day trading. Fee's are dirt cheap. Service is awesome to. I used the live chat system and its way better then waiting on the phone for someone.
So half if you buy in june. Its for 50 trades, then for every trade after its 6. Wonderful suggestions to know more best online trading websites. Getting the best may also signify investing in the proposal where the people want to get.
The best method to do this will be to make a concise research of the likely systems that the person needs. I'll post it again Also the site has some great info and it's all Canadian info too on taxes, etc. Advantage with staying with TD, is that its easy to move your money around your accounts.
Questrade does have a forex platform. I haven't looked into it though so I couldn't tell you any specifics. If I don't qualify for my 9. IB only problem is buying and selling in full lots.
This doesn't have to be a big problem but I am not going to be buying shares of BIDU to trade with any time soon. Not to mention if I want to leverage up or if you are someone that likes to average down, I would think being forced into lots would make those odd cases difficult. I still like itrades platform better and if you do over 30 trades a quarter you get a Thompson Reuters Java terminal for free. It has it perks but after a year of using this stuff I think that trying to out speed the market and reading level II quotes just adds confusion.
Scotia does have nice execution though. One thing to keep in mind is when looking at Questrade they have a lot of hidden fees that I still have not fully looked into. So make sure you aren't looking for something in particular like Level II Venture quotes , since it will be an added cost if you don't trade a certain amount each month. Is it possible to get some more discussion on this? Currently I use my RBC direct investments for mutual funds since its free.
I just want to know if questrade is preferable over Qtrade? Qtrade seems to have a long fee schedule. I haven't done enough research into Questrade. I'm a n00b still with investing so any guidance would be great. I use qtrade and I keep telling myself I need to switch to questrade based on fees alone.
I have a TD waterhouse account for my active trading longer term stuff is through a broker and have no complaints. It's nice to be able to transfer money between accounts. You can take a look at the rankings and descriptions at Surviscor - Brokerage rankings http: Although I do a very low volume of trades. Just portfolio re-balancing a few times a year.
Most posts in here are fail I will reiterate what someone else said. Think about that niggas. By the way, you can tell us about as many friends as you like - there is no limit.