discount broker


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Related to discount broker: Deep discount broker, Full Service Broker

discount broker

n.
A stockbroker or brokerage that charges low fees.

discount brokerage n.
Translations

discount broker

nWechselmakler(in) m(f)
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Various providers, like Norwich Union's 'green' Ethical Fund, offer ISAs for pounds 50 per month, while discount broker Hargreaves Lansdown takes deposits via debit card.
Commission charges are even lower through a discount broker like newly floated Hargreaves Lansdown.
Typically, a discount broker will work with your wishes to invest sums as small as $20 or $30 per month over time.
Trading fees are higher than with a discount broker, and they charge a commission on each trade.
TRISH Blake saved almost pounds 300 when she bought her ISA through a discount broker.
At discount broker Hargreaves Lansdown, head of UK Equities Richard Hunter predicts a year-end 6,000 for FTSE-100 - with Tesco and Royal Bank of Scotland, unloved by investors for four years, as good prospects.
But if they'd gone to a discount broker they could have got part or even all of it back.
There are ways get past the IPO velvet rope, however, from buying a mutual fund geared to new issues, to opening an account with an online discount broker who gets a piece of the new-issue action.
He opened an account with a discount broker and began buying stocks but with mixed success at first.
The Women of the Millennium stayed in NAIC's program for a little more than a year before moving to a discount broker, Charles Schwab, in March 1999.
Discount broker services look set to make a great step forward in the way they do business.