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Is there a way to buy and sell stocks on your own (without a financial middleman)?

Asked by princessvince (94points) September 30th, 2008
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Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

Absolutely. You do need a conduit to make the transaction, but that doesn’t mean there has to be commission involved. Try this link to learn about direct investing. I use this for all my DRIP’s. Click on the tab that says :About DRIPS.

There are other ways, too. But this is the easiest way to buy and sell without commission that I have found.

gooch's avatar

Yes you can right from your computer

JackAdams's avatar

The best load, is no load!

scamp's avatar

I buy and sell mine directly from the company.

qashqai's avatar

Yes there is, but I would advise to wait a little right now.

Also think about funds. Stocks are way too risky, if you plan to invest a relatively small amount of money.

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