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With your bank. You need to make an account.

 

 

(you have to be over 18 so you're out of luck)

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You go through a stock broker

 

Talk to Broker > Give them money > they buy stocks > They go into your portfolio

 

or you can use the many day trade sites like etrade, etc.

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since your merican, google robin hood its a non bank method of stocks, currently a waiting list

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i use e-trade

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i use e-trade

 

Nope.

 

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Seek an advisor at raymond james. If you have no experience with trading, you're basically gambling. You need at least 10-20K for flexibility; and depending on your age, you might want to put 15-20% in moderate to high risk stocks. Generally, if you're close to retirement; which I know you aren't, you obviously want to play it safe.

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Just open a Vanguard account or Charles Schwab account and invest in their ETF's..

 

I interned at Charles Schwab recently. Not saying I am a pro, but this is a safe bet to invest moolah.

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Nope.

 

@ChipWoodChainSaw

 

Seek an advisor at raymond james. If you have no experience with trading, you're basically gambling. You need at least 10-20K for flexibility; and depending on your age, you might want to put 15-20% in moderate to high risk stocks. Generally, if you're close to retirement; which I know you aren't, you obviously want to play it safe.

i know its gambling.  I understand all the risk and large amounts of money you need. Im not wanting to i am just wondering how people do it.

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With your bank. You need to make an account.

 

 

(you have to be over 18 so you're out of luck)

It does not need to be your bank, it can be any investment company. Do your research before selecting a company, fees that seem small add up over time. 

You don't have to be 18 to buy through your bank. I did at 14, I did need parent signature as a co-signer since I am not 18. If you have less than 10-20k stocks are not a great idea unless its penny stocks in which case it only is good if you know what your doing. Under 10k look into index funds. One that I have a good bit in is the S&P 500 Index fund. Good risk, good growth. 

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