Which Broker will you choose?
1. With Darn Low Commissions
2. With Good Service
I think it really depends on how savy the investor is and the amount of trading they plan to do. If you are confident and know what you are doing odds are you might do your on inveting via the Internet or use a low commission broker.
If you have money but no clue about investing or you are a (very) successful investor then you are likely to require a full service brokerage.
Cool. I was kind of thinking to go for a cheap one at first, but then I thought about the other stuff too.
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