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eatmoreplant
4 posts
msg #28510
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9/12/2003 4:03:23 AM

Hi stockfetchers,
I am wondering whether there is a brokerage firm that handles these trading instruments. I have seen stock brokers, forex brokers, commodities brokers, options and futures broker. Is there a broker to access all the markets? Not that I am so good in trading that I want to trade all of them. But wouldn't it be nice to have your money in one account to have access to all markets? Well bonds, treasuries seem a bit way out. Ok thanks.
John


jcdevinatea
1 posts
msg #36069
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5/21/2005 7:32:29 PM

Interactive Brokers -- cheap service, reliable, fast, almost all markets...


brokedown
21 posts
msg #36070
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5/22/2005 8:49:15 AM

IB not so cheap if trading large amount of shares. Read commision costs carefully!


Dynamo2000
1 posts
msg #42068
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3/15/2006 5:50:40 AM

I believe Omega Research now has a trading service which gives you access to most if not all of the markets you are interested in. Their commissions are VERY low provided you are an active trader. Good Luck!


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