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how to purchase shares or the way To buy shares in a company that you already hold shares in
The shares that you rightnow hold are listed on the right hand side of the trading screen. To trade a stock that you currently hold, double click on the stock name in this list. This will enter the name into field, and you can proceed to choosing the type of order you wish to place.
Find the shares that you want to buy
To buy shares in a company that you do not currently hold shares in:
Enter the company name to fill in the form
A list of matching factories will be displayed
Select the shares that you want to buy from the list
Once you have selected your shares, the amount money and the Currency are displayed

The indicative price is an initial estimate of the price based on the last recorded trading price of the shares. This is provided for information purposes only, as the reporting of market prices is delayed by 20 minutes. This price is not guaranteed, and the quote that you receive for the shares will probably differ from the indicative price.
The currency that the share is traded in is displayed beside them, and beside the price that you will set for the shares.

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Most Americans don’t have a clue where they can go to buy and sell Canadian equities.

I know this because of the massive number of emails I get asking for help trading stocks.

So I decided to put together this report to point investors who are interested in buying Canadian equities in the right direction...

the majority of U.S. citizen stocks online through brokers like AmeriTrade, Fidelity, and Scottrade. And for the most part, these brokers won’t allow Americans to stocks.

If a Canadian company has a U.S. listing, then buying and selling it are no problem. But the percentage of Canadian companies that are actually listed on an American exchange is very low. If you want to stocks that don’t have a U.S. listing, you need to open an account with a new broker.

In my years of trading experience in the Canadian market, I have found online trading sites that accommodate different needs. I want to quickly tell you about a few that I usually recommend...
All trading activity is conducted via secure and sophisticated networks, and trading instructions received are placed in the JSE central order book immediately. The status of orders placed can be monitored directly, along with the status of investment accounts and portfolios.
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how to purchase shares.
Share dealing is no longer the preserve of City men in striped suits. Everyone, from trader hunched over a computer to the woman in the street who likes the look of Royal Mail shares.
The rise in the popularity of share trading is partly because it has become more accessible. You can now through the post, over the phone, online or even with a mobile app. So how do you get started?
Risky business
First, you need to understand the risks. Yes, share prices can rocket, but they can also plummet – and there are no guarantees either way. For example, you might buy 50 shares in Company A at 500p a share. The shares could climb to 600p in the first few months, but then drop to 400p after some poor trading results.
Your original £250 stake would now be worth £200, a loss of £50.
It could recover again – or it could fall even further.
This risk element means you should only ever invest money in shares that you can afford to lose. In other words, make sure you can pay your mortgage and any other essential bills before you start dabbling in the stock market.
Do your homework
There’s lots of information available about the companies listed on the stock market – and it pays to do some research. Find out about the company’s recent performance and consider its chances of success in its own sector and in the wider economy.
Remember, too, that some firms are inherently more risky than others. A FTSE 100 company, for example, is probably a safer bet than a small start-up business, though if you can stomach the greater risk, you might be in line for a greater reward.
Long haul
Some people don’t hold onto shares for long, cashing in on small fluctuations in the price on a regular basis. But such ‘trading’, as it is sometimes called, is only for the more experienced investor. Most people are advised to keep their shares for at least five years, if not longer, so riding out the inevitable ups and downs of the market.
Choice of stockbroker
you have to trade through a stockbroker – and there is an extensive choice. You can stick with an established City name, division of one of the big banks or building societies. Alternatively, some of the larger firms of financial advisers offer stock-broking services, as do a growing number of online companies.
Execution only
There are three different types of stock-broking service. If you are comfortable making your own decisions and want to take control of your share trades, then you can probably opt for a DIY stockbroker, often referred to as ‘execution only’. You then decide what shares to buy and when.

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