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    Quote Originally Posted by wogitalia View Post
    I use ANZ but only really because they're my bank (shit bank btw) and basically institutionalized to them now.

    The ones I've seen are all much of a muchness and unless you plan on making a lot of trades a few dollars in commission really isn't a reason to make the decision on.
    This but westpac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeah_nah View Post
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    This but CBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by melaniej View Post
    This but CBA
    This. Dollarmites got me young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylan123 View Post
    Who do you guys use for your online shares broker?

    Been reading up a bit, seems like CommSec is popular since lots of an account with them and they've got a nice interface/tools. I don't have a bank with them and their prices seem a bit steeper than others.

    Was looking at IG given it's $8 for their trading fee however they don't have CHESS which apparently isn't the best - would only be a potential issue if they went under. Seems like their prices for international trades are good as well.

    Currently looking at Nabtrade given I've got a uBank account so I could hook it up easily, it's $15 a trade (for the price I'm looking at per trade) so $5 cheaper than CommSec but a bit stronger backing than IG.

    CMC is another I see, I forget what put me off it, might have been a random page I was looking at with lots of shit reviews but I'm sure I could find that for everyone. Anyways, any recommendation/or ones to avoid?
    Selfwealth are good and have CHESS. $9 a trade and first 5 are free if you have a referral. ASX only tho.

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    Thought I posted but havnt

    Bought Resmed shares 2 weeks back at 23.00. To the moon we go. 25.25 today

    I reckon if Corona gets cracking this gets to 40 easily (Resmed make oxygen masks/surgical masks)
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    Sick fuck profiting off death

    But Iíve held RMD for a year and a half (when under $11), so youíre finally on a winner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptanes View Post
    Sick fuck profiting off death

    But I’ve held RMD for a year and a half (when under $11), so you’re finally on a winner
    I owned them many years ago at 2.00 odd and sold at 8.00 odd

    No idea why I sold. Should have kept
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    Probably posted in here alread but could someone provide details about to best way to enter the stock market world for a young money hungry noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbloke V3 View Post
    Probably posted in here alread but could someone provide details about to best way to enter the stock market world for a young money hungry noob
    I got in with Raiz and now transfer that to ETFs every year. Depends if you want to pick individual stocks or follow the whole market. Less moon action that way but safer.

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    Do you want to be an investor or speculator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ball So Hard View Post
    Do you want to be an investor or speculator?
    I want to be rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbloke V3 View Post
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    Just send me all your money and I guarantee 458% returns

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbloke V3 View Post
    I want to be rich
    Then be smart. If you don't have the skills (technical and fundamental) or contacts to consistently pick winners in the speculative end of the market then you're just punting and wont have any kind of sustained or long term success.

    Far better to take an investing approach, exploit the compounding nature of dividend reinvestment, pick safe ETF or LIC indexed and just accumulate wealth.

    Find where the sweet spot is for commission vs money in the game and buy your shares in those kinds of blocks.

    It's boring as shit but over a 20 year time frame you'll beat 99% of those playing other methods and if you've got the money to put into it, you'll get silly wealthy out of it.

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    The Intelligent Investor is a great read if you can push through it.
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    So I want to buy some shares but don't know where to start really.

    Can someone pls help with best site to go through etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Histrionics View Post
    So I want to buy some shares but don't know where to start really.

    Can someone pls help with best site to go through etc
    Way too little info to offer a real suggestion. Need to tell us how much you want to spend, how long do you want to hold, do you want to invest with cash or margin loan and so on
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    Give the high level nature of his first post, I doubt he'll be after a margin loan lmao
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    I didn't realise there was so much too it. Not looking to spend too much cause they are cheap af. Strong n00b so nothing more to it from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Histrionics View Post
    So I want to buy some shares but don't know where to start really.

    Can someone pls help with best site to go through etc
    If you want to buy straight shares, then go with your banks share trading platform. If you want managed funds then look at things like Vanguard, BT, CFS and sus who has the lowest fees.

    How do you intend on investing? Once a week, fortnight, month, year? Shares can get expensive through trading costs, whereas managed funds through platforms, although have investment management fees, allow for regular deposits. If you're after managed funds would suggest you go with passive funds (effectively ETFs) that track an index (Aus shares, global, REITs, Bonds), drop in an amount each month and forget about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Histrionics View Post
    I didn't realise there was so much too it. Not looking to spend too much cause they are cheap af. Strong n00b so nothing more to it from me.
    Just go to your bank, if they don't have one just go to CommSec as it's more noob friendly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ball So Hard View Post
    If you want to buy straight shares, then go with your banks share trading platform. If you want managed funds then look at things like Vanguard, BT, CFS and sus who has the lowest fees.

    How do you intend on investing? Once a week, fortnight, month, year? Shares can get expensive through trading costs, whereas managed funds through platforms, although have investment management fees, allow for regular deposits. If you're after managed funds would suggest you go with passive funds (effectively ETFs) that track an index (Aus shares, global, REITs, Bonds), drop in an amount each month and forget about it.
    If your after unmanaged funds, can I suggest embersbet

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    Abso fucking lutley I know what you're talking about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ball So Hard View Post
    If you want to buy straight shares, then go with your banks share trading platform. If you want managed funds then look at things like Vanguard, BT, CFS and sus who has the lowest fees.

    How do you intend on investing? Once a week, fortnight, month, year? Shares can get expensive through trading costs, whereas managed funds through platforms, although have investment management fees, allow for regular deposits. If you're after managed funds would suggest you go with passive funds (effectively ETFs) that track an index (Aus shares, global, REITs, Bonds), drop in an amount each month and forget about it.
    Just like a one off,with one company. A mate mentioned it and I thought why not. Hadn't thought much more about it really.

    Thanks brah

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