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Started:August 13th, 2011 (07:26 PM) by bgeorge Views / Replies:2,209 / 10
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reliable broker for long term investment

Old August 15th, 2011, 11:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I may trade the account every month or six months, whenever I see BIG moves.

I think I will open an account for US market only and maybe later another account in Europe for European markets.

Is it worth it to open a "retirement"/Roth/IRA account? I live in Europe and I would not pay taxes in USA anyway (I believe).

I dont see how you would benefit from an IRA/Roth if you are not USA based... check with your accountant or tax professional for your jurisdiction, there might be some treaties as well that you can take advantage of...

anyhow, if you want stable and no fee for equity... IMO.. Fidelity is your house..

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