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HOW DO I MAKE TRADES?
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First, you must open an account with the brokerage firm you have selected.

You can open a cash account or a margin account.

Cash accounts are for investors who will just buy or sell shares of stock with the money that they deposit into the accounts.

Margin accounts are for investors who may wish to borrow against their securities or engage in special trading activities.

For more information about margin accounts, see the tutorials Introduction to Margin and Margin Accounts.

Normally, you can make trades in your account in person, by mail, on the telephone, or over the Internet. Each brokerage firm will advise you of its capability to handle your orders.

After you set up your account, you can trade stock using the orders described next.




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