#3
I was supposed to do a paper on e*trade-like companies but i didnt do it


ask relatives if you're completely new, if not, just do research into the company
#4
If they make commercials for it, they probably are ****ty.
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#5
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It's kinda tempting after seeing all of those commercials,

This little prick?


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#6
What is e*trade? Somebody care to explain?

Or is it as simple as e-mail, like "electronic trade" or something like that?

I'm all confussled.
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#8
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What is e*trade? Somebody care to explain?

Or is it as simple as e-mail, like "electronic trade" or something like that?

I'm all confussled.

etrade lets you trade stocks and manage them online.
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#9
If you don't know what you're doing with regards to investment, but you're interested in investing small amounts (~$1,000), I would recommend finding a quality mutual fund or two to invest in.

Don't think you'll start an e-trade account and daytrade and double your money, if you are to try out e-trade, you're far better off buying a number of different stocks and holding on to them for long periods and not checking them all that frequently. But this takes research if you want to be any good at it, certainly few noobs to trading get lucky, but why take unnecessary risks with your money?