Posted by Woodchuck on November 21, In Reply to: A hundred and five posted by R.
Or they are selling back-end mutual funds with fees from one fund company and being charged to buy front end with another fund company. If either case is true they they need to change their investing strategy.
They may appear to be forwarding shareholder communications from your investment, but they can and will change that practice at will, when it suits them.
RBC forwarded all offers by Shell to me up to the final? Be aware that sale of your shares by your broker can occur without your advance knowledge, direction or consent at least anytime there is a?
Apparently, it is every direct broker? This, I believe, is wrong as a matter of principle. In Canada at least, there can be a significant reduction or elimination in the capital gain tax by implementing such a transfer prior to the sale.
Their active trade statuse is almost impossible to acheive and maintain without doing lot of useless trades. I complained to them and they told me to get lost. I will be switching to another broker soon. Their fee structure blew me away which surprised them.
Wondering whether I might be out to l checked out your blog. On top of that some of them are incredibly stupid, or obtuse, or perhaps both. Their Ombudsman was also a joke. I am a small investor who enjoys trading as a challenge.
The site always gave you information on analyst ratings, comments on the market, stock picksanalyst information on different stocks, gas, oil and gold market.
The site is absolutely useless. RBC DI was very good. Other than that, I had excellent dealings with service, and believe me, they were checking often if I was happy with the move over there. RBC is clean, well organised, their site is so much better than BMO, which is disorganised, littered with old content and exprired links.
You have to open each pdf to find out the mystery. I hope they get their act together. I think rbc really has a flawless user interface, categorized investments, etc. If they have another promo, i will switch back i think. Worst of all, it seems that bmo is not bundling a single commission for multiple orders for the same stock on a single day, whereas RBC seems to as I was reviewing my trades for 09, say 3 orders sheets with 10 partial fills on each on same day for a total commish of 9.
BMO would charge me 3 times. I need to be absolutely sure rbc is really doing this as a policy. If so, this is a HUGE advantage over bmo.What is e-Cheque? e-Cheque is an electronic counterpart of paper cheque. It turns the cheque writing and deposit processes totally online.
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Copies of cleared cheques can be obtained at your local branch for a fee 2 of $5 per image. Account Statements Statement pages, including cheque images, are printed on both sides to save paper and reduce our impact on the environment.
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Oct 29, · First, certifying your check, this is an old, cumbersome, time consuming way to guaranty the funds of your check. The bank will take your check, withdraw the funds from your account, and punch out the account numbers on your check.
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