Premo Sewnunan Premo views investing as the science of making money. He has four years experience in stock investments, and shares his insights as a way to give back and contribute. He lives in Durban, South Africa and enjoys the great year-round weather.
Do high brokerage costs deter you from investing in stocks of financially stable, profitable companies?
Believe it or not, stocks in some of America’s most profitable companies can be bought without opening a brokerage account – in other words, sans commissions – thereby enabling you to keep more of your hard-earned money. But you wouldn’t know this if the mainstream financial media is your only source of investing information.
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