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If you are tentative about dipping your toe in the proverbial investing waters we’ll present a great option for you to try out your elaborate investing strategy with no risk. TradeMonster is a new affiliate here at FiscalGeek and we’ll show you why we like it. Take a walk through and see all of the tools and research data you can receive absolutely free of charge.

You can get started here without funding so much as a dollar into your account and you’ll have all the research and real time quotes you can swallow.

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myfinancialobjectives 2010/03/17 at 2:35 pm

Looks pretty interesting. So if I understand this correctly, it’s for day trading correct? I was looking at Traders International for a while, though they had some ridiculous start up costs of about $4000!

Have you used it personally?
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paul 2010/03/17 at 2:48 pm

Well you could certainly use it if you were a day trader which I am not nor would I advocate day trading in any way. TradeMonster is a discount online broker where you can purchase stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IRA’s, coverdells, SEP-IRA’s and on and on. I am using it myself, I’ve got a portfolio of index funds I’m researching and keeping an eye on right in the tool. It’s also a great way to research some of the investing options that might be in your 401k portfolio to fully understand where your money is going. I’m not currently doing any investing as we are still building our full emergency fund but come about October hope to do a little.

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myfinancialobjectives 2010/03/17 at 3:03 pm

hmm thanks! The format looked similar to that of some day trading platforms I have seen. This is something I will definitely be interested in….once I start investing again. Like you, I too have something else to attend to first before i delve back into the market!

Thanks for the quick response!
.-= myfinancialobjectives´s last blog ..The Ultimate Motivator: Compounding Interest =-.

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