Want transfer from Disnat to Other Broker: SUGGESTIONS ???

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Re: Want transfer from Disnat to Other Broker: SUGGESTIONS

Postby Mikouli » 07 Feb 2012 20:28

If you are swing trading why do you fell you need up to the minute data?


Cause I daytrade to... and 1 minute chart is useful for me to see in and out before they happen, this way I can let run my trailing stop order.

But with having bracket orders will be better this way i will be able to put my stop loss and sell order at the same in one time for some order.

Also I can see especially at the opening and after-pre-market the volume in real time vs price, for me it's more opportunity...

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Re: Want transfer from Disnat to Other Broker: SUGGESTIONS

Postby newguy » 08 Feb 2012 11:56

I posted the charts here

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Re: Want transfer from Disnat to Other Broker: SUGGESTIONS

Postby Mikouli » 13 Feb 2012 17:53

You may want to look at interest rates for margin and whether or not TD will let USD be used as margin for a CDN daytrade. For example at IB if I only have USD in my account and then buy and sell a Canadian stock in the same day it doesn't cost me any margin interest and they don't exchange money. They just lend me the money for the day. If you hold a position overnight then you will be charged interest if you don't exchange some money but this is less at IB than TD.


I've Call TD They give me a interest rates for margin of 3% and they let USD be use for CDN daytrade and vice-versa. The 3% is just charged if I hold overnight.
Also they pay the transfer fees (From Disnat to Them)

IB is 2.522% as of today till 100K

I think It's fair, what do you think about it ?
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Re: Want transfer from Disnat to Other Broker: SUGGESTIONS

Postby newguy » 13 Feb 2012 18:05

Mikouli wrote: I think It's fair, what do you think about it ?

Sounds good to me. It's the same sort of deal, just a slightly higher interest rate which you may never have to pay.

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