ONLINE CALCULATORS AND LISTINGS

Stock, bond, mutual fund, and option listings are readily available from many sources. If you want to start trading, you can do it over the phone with a broker or online directly. You can get advice or you can be totally self-directed. There is a huge range of commissions (costs) for executing trades. Do your homework here.

The link http://finance. yahoo. com/ gives market updates and has a tab that offers quotes. Following this link will give you stock, bond, and option listings. There’s a wealth of other resources available here, too.

The link http://www. aistockcharts. com/stock_correlation_tree_tool_help. htm offers a stock correlation tool. This link takes you to the introductory help page.

Vanguard (http://www. vanguard. com/us/FundsS tocksOverview? gh_sec=n? WT. srch=1) is a mutual fund seller with many different offerings. I’m not suggesting that this is better or worse than many other companies, but I think that this is a very educational site.

Merrill Lynch (http://www. mldirect. ml. com/) is a large financial services firm. Again, I ’ m not promoting this firm over the many others, but I think this is an informative website.

E*Trade (https://us. etrade. com/e/t/welcome/openanaccount? SC=NPNT8YD& WT. mc_id=NPNT8YD&WT. srch=1) is one of the new generation of financial ser­vices firms that started as an online company rather than adding online services to a traditional financial services company.

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