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shawnh  - posted
Glad I found this forum - I think it's just what I need to get my feet wet in the world of micro-pennies.
I wonder if there are any other Canadians out there and who they recommend as a brokerage? Today I spoke with E-trade, Zecco, and TD-Ameritrade and none of them take on Canadian clients... bummer! E-Trade did refer me over to their Canadian counterpart - Scotia iTrade, but their commissions seem pretty high at $19.95 per trade.

CashCowMoo  - posted
Welcome to allstocks!
Jamesk  - posted
Welcome Shawn!

I have family members in Vancouver, BC who trade in the market, they use Scotia iTrade. I think that might be the best bet for Canadians in the nyse. I haven't found any other with a lower commission fee.
shawnh  - posted
Thanks guys!

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