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Ameritrade or freetrade. Ameritrade charges $10.99 unlimited number of shares. Freetrade charges $3.00 unlimited number of shares. Ameritrade has person to person customer service. Freetrade is pure online service.
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Originally posted by Sottotono:
question for Diana and DZ
I would have sold and got back in, actually thought about it the beginning of the week. The problem is when I purchased 200K I got hit with $100 commission and another $100 for my second purchase last week. I calculated another $200 to sell and who knows how much to get back in, not possible for me. I am currently about switching my account to Scottrade... do you prefer any other that would be cheaper?




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He's still debating on the new user name. Give him some time.
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Originally posted by jonv:
I think that the only person that can give us accurate, definitive answers regarding this stock is Rutti and his "broker". Rutti! Rutti! Come back Rutti!!


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quote:
Originally posted by fastrunner:
Ameritrade or freetrade. Ameritrade charges $10.99 unlimited number of shares. Freetrade charges $3.00 unlimited number of shares. Ameritrade has person to person customer service. Freetrade is pure online service.

Thanks, FR. Yeah, I'm getting that Freetrade is very no-frills, which is fine. It's interesting that Ameritrade owns Freetrade.

(Oh, sorry. I just realized you weren't replying to me. But thanks anyway)

[This message has been edited by WinsumLosesum (edited July 07, 2004).]


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Never had any problem
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Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
Does anyone have any downside to Freetrade? After reading kbpkt's post, I checked them out. Sounds too good to be true.



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quote:
Originally posted by jonv:
Buying shares at .014- $21,000

Watching stock drop to .0057- $12,000

Participating in beating Frank with a keyboard... priceless.

There's somethings that losses CAN buy.


Im in...but with my laptop!
when is the reunion in his office again

Please not in July..taking CSA july 14th and Step 2 July 24....im free after!

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I think QBID invested in CMKX.
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Hey Whiz!!....."All we have to do is".............."GET SOME FRIGGIN CONTRACTS SIGNED FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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!

[This message has been edited by howdou1it (edited July 07, 2004).]


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LMFAO
DRILL DEEP!!!

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Results from CMKX's deepest core samples:

They found traces of QBID's credibility.

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I think QBID invested in CMKX.


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Beat him with an IBZT keybord and drop him in one of the holes drilled by CMKX where the diamonds are worth as much as he is.....LOL

quote:
Originally posted by jonv:
Buying shares at .014- $21,000

Watching stock drop to .0057- $12,000

Participating in beating Frank with a keyboard... priceless.

There's somethings that losses CAN buy.


[This message has been edited by howdou1it (edited July 07, 2004).]


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Hotline doesn't even ring. It hasn't for over an hour.
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quote:
Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
Hotline doesn't even ring. It hasn't for over an hour.

Winsum, I just got through, but it's still the same message... the one that promises an update soon...


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The phone company would not take another IOU when they tried to trade service for QBID stocks......LOL


Just trying to find some humor to all this folks!!

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Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
Hotline doesn't even ring. It hasn't for over an hour.

[This message has been edited by howdou1it (edited July 07, 2004).]


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quote:
Originally posted by pharmdman:
Winsum, I just got through, but it's still the same message... the one that promises an update soon...

Oops. Sorry. So YOU'RE the one hogging all their incoming lines!


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quote:
Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
Oops. Sorry. So YOU'RE the one hogging all their incoming lines!


LOL...it's either that, or Frank ate the phone system!


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feds indicted ken lay today

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We need a new thread......this one is way too long already!!!

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LOL...it's either that, or Frank ate the phone system!


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Just to give some insight.

I was with Scottrade for a couple years, moved my account to Lowtrades. I also opened an account with Freetrades.

Scottrade:

Not to bad overall but a bit expensive. The 7 dollar trades are for market orders only and you can't market order pennies, then again you wouldn't want to unless you want to pay top dollar for them or sell them really cheap. They do have their own streamer that you can do all the trading from except pennies with which most you have to call them to trade.

Costs:
Market Order $7
Limit Order $12
Limit Order for Pennies $12 + half percent of total value
Call in to order Pennies $22 + half percent of total value.

Lowtrades:

Platform for trading is cumbersome and at times slow and locks up. They do only charge $5 per trade and you can buy and sell any stock including pennies without having to call them. There is an extra charge when you sell a stock that is supposidly a sec fee. Support is by phone, however good luck getting ahold of someone. I have tried a few times and half was quick answer and the other half was no answer.

Costs:
Buy Orders $5
Sell Order $5 pluse SEC Fee

Freetrades:

As the saying goes you get what you pay for. The first 20 trades per month are free then the next 80 are $3 the next 100 are $2 and the rest over that are $1. SEC fee is included with the selling of stock. What I meant by you get what you pay for is that people are right when they say you only have email support. Also there is no streamer that you can use and nothing extra unless you pay a monthly fee to use Ameritrades Streamer and Level II. However with the low trading prices you can't beat it. If you don't need to call them for anything then Freetrades is the way to go.

I use Medved Quotetracker and it integrates well with Freetrade so that I can do any trading and have a streamer without ever signing into Freetrades. It doesn't work with Lowtrades though so I have to sign into them to do any trading.

I hope this helps to give a bit more insight of what you are looking for.

Steve


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12. Gay TV is here!

Launched as a pay-per-view channel, here! TV -- which bills itself as the first program service targeting homosexual audiences -- rides the gay-culture tsunami byannouncing it will go 24/7 in October. Among the 200 hours of original programming during the coming year: "Dante's Cove," a gay gothic horror thriller, and "Weapons of Mass Destruction," with martial arts maven Cynthia Rothrock. Founded by Paul Colichman and Stephen Jarchow of Los Angeles-based Regent Entertainment, here! has struck licensing deals with TLA Releasing, Wolfe Video and Strand Releasing. Through these and other deals, here! will have premiere rights to films like "Friends and Family," a New York-set drama about the real gay mafia.
this is from heretv's web site...they are on direct tv & dish network as a $4 pay per view. it states that it will be on cable soon. i can't see dish or direct adding a second g/l channel lets hope frank is being honest not hopefull in that comment about coverage by fall season.


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its working here no change

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Hotline doesn't even ring. It hasn't for over an hour.


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cool he will be workign for Q then soon lol
but only on contract.


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feds indicted ken lay today

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OilMan.......give a fellow vet an email on yahoo

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If you are holding shares of this stock... you have to sell right now.... but I can't tell you why.
ROFL

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quote:
Originally posted by futuresobjective:
If you are holding shares of this stock... you have to sell right now.... but I can't tell you why.
ROFL

I've been holding for a while and I wanted to see it through. You state you have to sell now - but cannot say why -- come on ... some insight of your thoughts would be most helpful?


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My trade filled so I only have over 500k now. I found this on another board. Quite interesting.

Ok let us use a bit of math to really determine the current worth of QBID.
Now market cap refers to the amount of outstanding shares x the current stock price.
Ok, so let us use the lower end of 7 billion outstanding shares to the upper end of 9 1/2 billion shares outstanding.
Get out your calculator and do the math.
7 billion x .005 = 35,000,000 dollar worth.
9 billion x .005 = 45,000,000 " " .
So, if it does in fact take 30 to 40 million to launch (negotiating contracts with carriers, advertisers, subscribers etc ) then QBID is actually right where it belongs. Because there is no future cash flow predictions, sensible p/e ratios, or really anything to create excitement or future anticipation of success, the mm's and day traders have had their normal girations. However, once Q really gains notoriety, or national attention via the news and word of mouth, and once Viacom launches their version of a similar network, we will all be wishing that we had had more shares.
But, with information so incredibly difficult to obtain, and with Market Makers (or non makers) playing the evalution short game, it should come as no suprise to see the stock quote where it is. If this network ever truly comes to fruition, many people will undoubtably get wealthier.


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New board. Good
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quote:
Originally posted by kevinscott:
I've been holding for a while and I wanted to see it through. You state you have to sell now - but cannot say why -- come on ... some insight of your thoughts would be most helpful?

just a joke... from a very old thread... not meant seriously... but if you want my insight... go back a few threads... I dont think it a good stock until there is some real real good news... but I hope it climbs for you guys.. good luck...


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quote:
Originally posted by howdou1it:
Hey Whiz!!....."All we have to do is".............."GET SOME FRIGGIN CONTRACTS SIGNED FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


I tend to agree!

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I use etrade, and pay 9.99/trade for all my trades. I also have an account with Ameritrade but prefer Etrade. I like etrades' accessories, like power etrade, charts and also, that I can transfer money into etrade account from my personal bank and trade with that money immediatly. Ameritrade will make me wait 5 days before money can be used.

Freetrade sounds like a bargain, but I'm not familiar.

Goodluck

dz

quote:
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question for Diana and DZ
I would have sold and got back in, actually thought about it the beginning of the week. The problem is when I purchased 200K I got hit with $100 commission and another $100 for my second purchase last week. I calculated another $200 to sell and who knows how much to get back in, not possible for me. I am currently about switching my account to Scottrade... do you prefer any other that would be cheaper?




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The Hollywood Reporter is a (and some say THE) huge Film/TV Industry publication. Q Television mentioned tonight in this article:
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr/television/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000564268

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Nice article, gives us a little bit of info, more than we have received from Frank these past weeks. But in any case any GOOD pr helps. The article does state that QTV is working on Sat Agreements. Someone from QTV had to give this info to the writer.

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WOW !!!!

I didn't realize they were going to launch a submarine!!!

DIVE !!! DIVE !!! DIVE !!!


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quote:
Originally posted by Duck:
WOW !!!!

I didn't realize they were going to launch a submarine!!!

DIVE !!! DIVE !!! DIVE !!!



Well, when I wished for the benz, I should have enunciated! I meant the benz (Mercedes), and I got the bends (nitrogen bubbles)!


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Whats does this mean, are we going to lose money on QBID , b'cos of heavy competition.

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Well, when I wished for the benz, I should have enunciated! I meant the benz (Mercedes), and I got the bends (nitrogen bubbles)!


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