Monday, January 03, 2005

stock-broker-fraud-lawyer-california

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

Sunday, January 02, 2005

california-attorney-stock-broker-fraud

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

9-9-9-9-broker-license-stock

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

stock-7-bond-broker

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

penny-stock-discount-broker---Internet-Error

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

penny-stock-trading-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

9-9-9-9-broker-line-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-compare-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

best-broker-line-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-resume-sample-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-discount-rating-stock

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

broker-license-requirement-stock

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

discount-stock-broker-comparison

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

broker-investing-market-online-stock-trading

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

against-broker-claim-stock

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

online-stock-broker-review

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

Saturday, January 01, 2005

stock-broker-review

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-claim-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-canada-online-stock

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

against-broker-complaint-stock

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

9-9-9-9-broker-job-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

sue-your-stock-broker

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

full-service-stock-broker

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

bad-broker-stock

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

stock-broker-test

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

investment-broker-stock

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

stock-broker-employment

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

olde-discount-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

broker-career-information-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-future-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

cheap-stock-broker

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-philippine-stock

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

stock-broker-malpractice

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

online-stock-broker-comparison

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

buy-stock-without-a-broker

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

broker-program-stock-training

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

broker-international-stock

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

online-stock-broker-rating

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

stock-broker-misconduct-settlement

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

becoming-broker-licensed-stock

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

Friday, December 31, 2004

stock-broker-misconduct-case

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

average-broker-salary-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

investment-fraud-stock-broker

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

stock-broker-lead

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

stock-market-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

independent-stock-broker

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-comparison

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

buying-stock-without-a-broker

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

stock-broker-directory

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

day-trading-stock-broker-school.com

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

9-9-9-9-broker-job-nj-stock

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

canadian-discount-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

broker-requirement-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

series-7-stock-broker-exam

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-arbitration

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

career-as-a-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

stock-broker-new-york

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

stock-broker-list

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-misconduct-stock

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

stock-broker-joke

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

best-online-stock-broker

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

stock-broker-rating

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

stock-broker-fee

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

scott-stock-broker---Internet-Error

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

stock-broker-job-description

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-stock-toronto

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

find-a-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

Thursday, December 30, 2004

stock-broker-certification

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

what-does-a-stock-broker-do

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-canadian-online-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-resume

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

davy-stock-broker

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

online-discount-stock-broker

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

goodbody-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

stock-broker-and-links

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

best-stock-broker

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-information-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-course

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

compare-online-stock-broker

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

series-7-stock-broker

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-indian-stock

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

stock-broker-uk

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

stock-broker-australia

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

online-penny-stock-broker

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

compare-stock-broker

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

stock-option-broker

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

broker-stock-tasmanian

NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

broker-online-stock-trading

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

broker-internet-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

stock-broker-canada

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-firm

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

stock-broker-exam

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

stock-broker-school

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

becoming-broker-stock

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-stock-trainee

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

broker-line-stock

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

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NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

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Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

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Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

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Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

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If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

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What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

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NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

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NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

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If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

broker-career-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-lowtrades-online-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

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Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

broker-discount-stock

Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

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NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

florida-stock-broker-fraud

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

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Let's assume that the highest bid is one dollar in an OTCBB stock. The Market Maker can show the highest bid as seventy-five cents. If the lowest ask price is seventy-five cents, the Maker makes the trade. However, the bidder pays one dollar for the stock. The Market Maker keeps the quarter per share as their spread. The result is the buyer has paid over a 25% commission on the sale of the stock

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NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

california-attorney-stock-broker-fraud

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

stock-broker-fraud-lawyer-california

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

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The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.

9-9-9-9-broker-canadian-stock

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

penny-stock-trading-broker

Maker Makers can buy stock for their own account. If there's strong Bid demand, the Market Maker isn't obligated to reflect it in the Bid & Ask prices. This allows the Market Maker to buy shares at lower prices for their own account. Once they own the low-priced ask stock, they report the stronger bids. They sell the stock, adding the stock sale profit to their spread. A heavily traded stock makes money for anyone making a market in it.

broker-compare-stock

Investors believe that the Bid/Ask prices represent the highest Bid and lowest asking price for any stock. In reality, the Market Maker sets the Bid & Ask prices. The pricing structure benefits the short term cash needs of the Market Maker to make money. It's rare to have a Market Maker that trades a company's stock for the benefit of the company or the public.

stock-7-bond-broker

If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-bursa-in-malaysia-stock-uk

NASD brokerage commissions can't exceed 5%. Investors are stampeding to the Net to save on brokerage commissions. Few brokerage firms still charge 5%. However, Net traders pay less than 1% brokerage commissions.

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NASD Brokerage Commissions By William Cate

Investors pay a commission and a spread whenever they buy a NASD stock. This is true about stocks trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). It's true of Nasdaq stocks.

barclays-broker-stock-uk

What investors don't realize is that there's a spread. This is the commission charged by market makers. The NASD doesn't regulate the spread. It can be 25%. What difference does it make if an investor saves 4% on brokerage commissions and pays 25% on the spread?

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If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

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If you are a public company, investigate how your market maker handles trades of your stock. If they are solely interested in their short term profit, meet with them. Restructure your agreement so that the Market Maker makes money, but your company benefits.

broker-discount-rating-stock

The goal of the NASD was to have the Market Making broker act like a stock specialist on the American or New York Stock Exchanges. It doesn't work because the NASD broker makes their money buying and selling stock for their own account. The Stock Exchange Specialist makes money by buying and selling shares to maintain an orderly market in the company's stock.