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The Hindu Business Line  2 hrs ago  Comment 
ICICI SecuritiesYES Bank (Buy)CMP: ₹1,358.65Target: ₹1,563YES Bank continues its strong show as Q3FY17 numbers remain robust and in line withour following estimates: a) strong business growth; b) stab...
Motley Fool  3 hrs ago  Comment 
See how Interactive Brokers and Robinhood -- vastly different brokers by design -- compare as brokers for individual investors.
The Economic Times  5 hrs ago  Comment 
"FMCG ad spends growth decelerated in the calendar year 2016 due to a weak volume growth followed by impact of demonetisation."
The Economic Times  Jan 20  Comment 
During Oct-Dec period, the bank’s provisions and contingencies figures jumped 432.67 per cent to Rs 3,795.80 crore against Rs 712.59 crore in the corresponding quarter last year.
Reuters  Jan 19  Comment 
One of the strongest proponents of the Democrats on financial regulation demanded on Thursday that big brokerages come clean about whether they would support delaying a new rule by the U.S. Department of Labor if President-elect Donald Trump's...
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 19  Comment 
Cholamandalam SecHavells (Buy)CMP: ₹386.20Target: ₹439Havells India’s standalone revenue grew by 13.2 per cent y-o-y to ₹151 crore Revenue growth was aided by ECD and cables segment and market share ...
Motley Fool  Jan 19  Comment 
Here's how two of the largest online discount brokerages, E*TRADE and Interactive Brokers, compare on important criteria including cost, international market access, research, and more.
Insurance Journal  Jan 19  Comment 
National wholesale insurance brokerage and managing general agent Worldwide Facilities said that Robert M. Parker has joined the team as Financial Services Practice Group counsel and program development coordinator. In the new role, Parker will...
The Economic Times  Jan 19  Comment 
December quarter earnings so far have not been as bad as expected and that is why the domestic market has managed to hold on to key support levels.
Clusterstock  Jan 18  Comment 
Tom Price, President-elect Donald Trump's pick for the Secretary of Health and Human Services, was grilled by Democrats on the Senate  Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee over investments made into healthcare companies. Price's...


A broker is an individual or firm that charges a fee or commission for executing buy and sell orders submitted by a customer.

Up until the 90's, most buy and sell orders were executed by calling a broker on the phone who would then execute your order anywhere between $70 and $200 a trade. With the advent of the Internet, a whole new discount broker industry formed which now allows investors to trade at a much lower cost.

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