Can you recommend an excellent NO LOAD investment firm?

Jul 2017
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Adirondack Park, NY
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Can you recommend an excellent NO LOAD investment firm?

I used to use Galaxy, and got FANTASTIC results!

But I just googled it, and got squat.

Charles Schwab says they charge 0.03% for their S&P 500 Index Fund, that Fidelity charges 0.09% and Vanguard charges 0.14%.

If your $money isn't working for you, then you're working for your $money.
 
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Sep 2015
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5,086
Brown Township, Ohio
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Can you recommend an excellent NO LOAD investment firm?

I used to use Galaxy, and got FANTASTIC results!

But I just googled it, and got squat.

Charles Schwab says they charge 0.03% for their S&P 500 Index Fund, that Fidelity charges 0.09% and Vanguard charges 0.14%.

If your $money isn't working for you, then you're working for your $money.
I never used an investment firm if you mean letting someone else choose your investments. Making your own investments requires a lot of work studying charts and graphs and watching business channels and reading business pages. I made my fortune in etrade and JP Morgan, a decade ago. I started with one thousand and ended up with half a million after 4 years of trading and got out while the getting was good.
 
Jul 2017
721
430
Adirondack Park, NY
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"I never used an investment firm if you mean letting someone else choose your investments." TS #4
Merciful Heavens NO !!!

Unthinkable !!

Nope.

I just need the firm to send me my quarterly statements; so I can scan my portfolio.
The investments would in in index funds, bonds, etc.
"Making your own investments requires a lot of work studying charts and graphs and watching business channels and reading business pages. I made my fortune in etrade and JP Morgan, a decade ago. I started with one thousand and ended up with half a million after 4 years of trading and got out while the getting was good." TS
Same here.
My portfolio reached a value where I realized, I didn't HAVE to go to work anymore.
So I monitored my opportunities, and when the going got good, I turned in my badge.
I was 43.
I'm 63 now, collecting both pension, and Social Security.

But I've still got a 6 $figure pile of $cash that right now is just collecting dust.

A no load index fund would be an excellent place to park it, until I find a stock I can't live without.
"etrade and JP Morgan" TS
Thanks.
I'll check it out.
 

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