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Anyone trade Stocks w/ E*Trade?

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  • Anyone trade Stocks w/ E*Trade?

    I was curious if E Trade was as easy as it looks..
    I want to trade a minimul amount of Stocks (5 shares possibly)
    It says it's $6.99-12.00 a year to be a member
    Can I literally just sign up, accept the year fee and purchase several shares of stocks, monitor them, sell them when I want and trade them when I want? Is it really that easy?

    Anyone who has experience with E Trade please give me some advice :]

    Thanks!

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    Re: Anyone trade Stocks w/ E*Trade?

    I have never used e-Trade, but I have a client that uses it and she is pretty "thrifty". I would just say to check the fine print. If there is a per transaction fee, it might add up depending on how many trades you want to do.

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      Re: Anyone trade Stocks w/ E*Trade?

      I think you probably misread something. That is way too good to be true. I believe their flat fee rate is $12.99 per stock trade. I use Firstrade. They're $6.95 per trade...much cheaper.

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        Re: Anyone trade Stocks w/ E*Trade?

        I used to be a principal at E*Trade, and still know a number of people there; if you have questions about them, or ever have questions with them, let me know, and I'll point you in the right direction.

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