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I have a commsec account for shares on the ASX. Unfortunately, they will not allow me to trade international shares as I am unable to open an International trading account as I do not live in Australia. Can anyone suggest an alternative. The options are dwindling Probably more for day traders perhaps but is cheap and easy to use Bear. I would be very interested if investors just use full brokers to buy stock like visa, apple.
I do want to keep things simple. Online brokers give great access to the nzx and asx but how to get access to other markets is becoming a complex problem.
I have come across www. Has anyone got comments on their broking services? Interactive Brokers - https: Do they have custodial? Not that I am aware. Something about Halifax is dodgy, I got cold called by them which means someone sold my personal details. I think Halifax uses Interactive Brokers under the covers. No need to involve them just go direct to IB. I had a look at the Halifax website.
Based on the website, I wouldn't touch them with a long pole. As an investor rather than trader I have to watch the fees and always have one activity per quarter. Have one EURO fund on high yield that pays the fees anyway.
Great to deal with and bank seems sound. Does many many markets. Leaves The NZ options way way way back in the shadows. Yeah, I ignore the trading things, and use them as a gateway to the world and as custodians.
Agreed on the "4 trades a year" caveat. They are very cheap custodians compared to many if not most of the NZ options. Access to Morningstar research at a global level is useful, too. I find the info on the sites not that user friendly https: They are a white label broker using Interactive Brokers platform. I cannot decide between them or Saxo who charge fees incl. Which broker did you go with in the end? I like you will trade infrequently, max x a year.
Some on this thread say they don't like the look of Halifax - did that also put you off? IB's platform and access to many markets, low commissions and no fees for my few annual trades. Is being a white label for IB something that one should be wary of? I am new to this so any helpful advice would be much appreciated.
What is it about them that puts you off? The fact that they were reselling somebody else's service, and I prefer to avoid ticketclippers where I can. And that there was minimal information available without providing more personal detail than I see as necessary. I think it's academic now anyway? GTM thanks for the reply. The website is halifaxonline. Where else would they scalp the ticket that I need to be aware of as I said I am new to this so any tips greatly received!
Any individual US holdings purchased in future will be also by by commsec via there international side. This will be infrequent trades so I will not complain paying. Thanks for the recommendation Voltage! I shall check out Commsec too.
Beware, I may return with questions One other thing - having looked at the website, I was struck by the fact that they dealt in everything.
Shares, CFDs, forex, options, whatever. I don't think that that's sustainable for an independent New Zealand-based outfit. So I figured they were a reseller for someone. I remember the mess a couple of years back when the Swiss unpegged the franc from the euro. Lots of people wiped out, lots of brokers wiped out.
Which made me wonder what would happen when this crowd got wiped out. What exactly were the custody arrangements? I thought to myself "Are their pockets likely to be deep enough to cope with something like that? And I'm not agile enough to cope well with s-bends. Very helpful, thanks GTM. I think I have made up my mind now about who to go with. This due diligence malarky has taken quite a while but it's all worth it.
Be wary of S-bends! Following is a New Zealand owned one. Thanks very much for the tips. They have a good website which gives me all the info I would look for without having to probe further. From my perspective, I think the next few years are going to be a roller coaster.. Europe tumbling, war rumblings, Govt debts defaulting. There will be a banking crisis so I've decided to go for a well established, well-encrypted, award winning US based broker, as my focus at this stage is mainly to have US holdings.
Hi MSJ That means you are going to adjust your portfolio according to coming roller coaster. I also have plan for any roller coaster. It may be wise to include more defensive stocks great businesses only during second half of and in My future portfolio will reduce highly risky areas and will include less risky areas.
Even during period of war or recession there will be demand for certain products and services. Everybody has their own taste or interest.
My mantra is I will stay with simple business, markets, commodities, stocks or commodities that I can understand and brokers that I can understand. Other thing is in any roller coaster; there will be opportunity for some and misfortune for some. If anybody wants to invest in the banking or finance sector, they will have to choose strong financial stocks.
Always, there will be some predictions. But they never come true. Even Forsyth Barr has some link with foreign brokers. How about direct broking? Which broker provides the best services for UK market? Interactive Brokers is my pick. Index investing rather than direct stock picking is more for me. My mantra prediction is follow Martin Armstrong: Capital will flow to the States for the next few years, so I aim to follow the trend. They advised via email they cannot allow me access to US exchanges.
Who is your favourite broker? I prefer individual stocks because I like to do research. It also gives great return in the mid and long term. Index investing is also not that bad when compare with some others. It is also compatible with long term investing goals. I like few at the moment: I am looking for somebody different to others. I expect strong USD in I haven't read any writing of Martin Armstrong yet. I like to study bigger picture before anything else.
Call me stupid but I didn't discover that until I went in there to tally interest payments for taxes. Scrolling through the thread looks like these are two of the better options.