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  • Mr. Rice Guy

    Còn lẩn quẩn trong ni hông? Đừng giận bỏ đi nha, ở lại chỉ Xị chơi stock nè.....

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    RE: Mr. Rice Guy

    hoi di

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    • #3
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      dung hoi chuyen nguoi lon nua XX, hoi stock di, khong di tui di ve a`, hahaha

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      • #4
        RE: Mr. Rice Guy

        RG sợ rồi hả hay giả bộ kêu Xị bring it up j/k

        Nảy giờ boss vô giờ hơi rảnh tí phải chay....chắc RG về rồi hả..vậy have a nice weekend thứ 3 vô hỏi củng đươc.....

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        • #5
          RE: Mr. Rice Guy

          hoi di, I am on vacation next week, chac khong vo di thuong de tra loi cho XX. I have 45mins before go home

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          • #6
            RE: Mr. Rice Guy

            hôm qua ham vui lo cười quên mất đi chuyện invest. Phải được talk in person dể hiểu hơn tại vì Xị vẩn hông hiểu RG kêu Xị gọi tụi gì đó deposit $500 vô account rồi lại phải đóng monthly fee hả hay tiền fee đó one time only thôi????

            Wow được đi vacation sướng vậy?

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            • #7
              RE: Mr. Rice Guy

              You deposit in $500. Let say you buy yhoo(yahoo) 10 shares $28.93 10x$28.93= $289.30 They charge you $7.00. Total will be $296.30 If you sell it, They will charge you $7.00 it costs 7.00 per transaction(buy or sell).
              if you sell 5 shares, it will charge you $7.00

              I am stay home anyway. not going anywhere.

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              • #8
                RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                Vậy theo kinh nghiệm của RG thì Xị nên mua tụi nào vừa safety và vừa bền nhất không sợ bịnh đau tim. Thí dụ như Xị bỏ ra $500 hay $1000 coi như hông có số tiền đó long term investment thì thằng nào good for me to start....??

                Cám ơn RG nhiều....

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                • #9
                  RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                  I think you should buy Yahoo to start with. Yahoo was like $10 after 9/11. Now it has go up alot. Buy like 5 shares of yahoo if you want

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                  • #10
                    RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                    Vậy làm sao start hả RG?

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                    • #11
                      RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                      to go www.scottrade.com and apply online or call them send you an application
                      FYI. I open account 5 years and start with $5k, After the buble bust, I did not trade any stocks after that. I still have 3k in that account. It go up between 3k and 3.5k on that account for me. I just put it there.
                      I will not responsible for any gain or lost of your accounts. Please don't "man von" me

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                      • #12
                        RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                        rinh len đe mua stock thay ba con noi stock len loi qua nen phai mua moi đuoc

                        Anh TS and Mr. Rice có info gi update dùm Xị nha.

                        Thank you very much.

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                        • #13
                          RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                          RG ơi Xị fill out personal info xong tới đây Xị bí rồi nè...





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                          Joint Account with Rights of Survivorship[/align]Upon the death of one party, the surviving party receives the assets. To open this account online, applicants must be married with the same home address; otherwise, applicants can submit information online, but will have to visit their local branch office to complete the process.
                          Joint Tenants by Entirety[/align]A type of joint tenancy without right of survivorship; each tenant's portion of ownership is distributed under that individual's will or succession strategy. To open this account online, applicants must be married with the same home address; otherwise, applicants can submit information online, but will have to visit their local branch office to complete the process.
                          Joint Tenants in Common[/align]A type of joint tenancy without right of survivorship; each tenant's portion of ownership is distributed under that individual's will or succession strategy. To open this account online, applicants must be married with the same home address; otherwise, applicants can submit information online, but will have to visit their local branch office to complete the process.
                          Joint Community Property[/align]This account type is available for husband and wife only, is intended for property acquired during marriage and is only permissible in certain states. Upon the deathof one party, 50% of the assets go to the decedent’s heirs according to the will or succession strategy. Assets are divided equally in the event of a divorce. To open this account online, applicants must have the same home address; otherwise, applicants can submit information online, but will have to visit their local branch office to complete the process.
                          Traditional IRA[/align]An account holder with earned income may make yearly contributions up to the age of 70 ½. Some individuals receive a non-refundable tax credit for contributions. Contributions may or may not be deductible. The earnings generated on contributions are tax-deferred. Earnings from Traditional IRAs aren’t considered income until a distribution is taken. Required minimum distributions must begin when the account holder reaches the age of 70 ½.
                          Roth IRA[/align]Contributions are made with after-tax dollars, so no tax deduction may be taken. Some individuals receive a non-refundable tax credit for contributions. The portion of a Roth IRA distribution that represents a return of contributions is not taxed when distributed. Distributions of earnings taken for certain qualifying purposes after a five-year period are tax-free.
                          Rollover IRA[/align]Used to hold assets that have been distributed from an employer's retirement plan, such as a 401(k), Profit Sharing Plan or other qualified retirement plans.
                          SEP IRA[/align]A Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan is a defined contribution plan that is funded through IRAs. Employees usually manage their own individual SEP IRA, which is generally subject to the same regulations as Traditional IRAs.
                          Coverdell ESA[/align]A Coverdell Educational Savings Account has tax-deferred earnings for qualified education expenses. A distribution of assets to the Designated Beneficiary is usually required within 30 days of the beneficiary reaching age 30. Contributions are not tax deductible. Distributions may be used for primary, secondary and post-secondary education expenses. Special needs children may receive contributions after age 18.
                          Custodial (UGMA/UTMA)[/align]Managed by an adult for the benefit of a minor; the minor’s address, Social Security number, date of birth and citizenship are required to open this account.
                          Guardianship/Conservatorship Account[/align]Allows a court-appointed guardian to manage the assets for the benefit of another. A Letter of Court Appointment (dated within 6 months) is required to open this account.
                          Trust Account[/align]Securities are registered in the name of the trust and managed by a trustee for the benefit of another person. A Trust Account Certification is required to open this account.
                          Keogh/Money Purchase/401K/Profit Sharing/Pension Plan[/align]Defined Benefit plans designed for the employees of a company. A Qualified Plan Certification Form is required to open this account; additional forms that may also be required include an Adoption Agreement, a Defined Benefit/Money Purchase Pension Plan, and a Profit Sharing/Pension Plan.
                          Partnership/Limited Partnership[/align]Only General Partners can trade on a Limited Partnership Accounts. Additionally, if a Trading Partner is a legal entity, please contact your local Scottrade Branch Office.


                          Business Accounts[/align]Relevant documentation will be required to open these accounts; this may include Partnership/Guaranty Agreements, LLC/Corporate Account Certification Forms, State-Issued Corporate Certificates, etc. Please contact your local branch office to determine what documents will be required to open your account.


                          Account Types that are Not Listed[/align]Please contact your local branch office for assistance.


                          Margin[/align]Privileges consist of buying securities with money borrowed from Scottrade.
                          Options[/align]Are contracts giving the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset (a stock or index) at a specific price on or before a certain date. (go to www.cboe.com learn more). For IRA Accounts, options trading is limited to writing covered calls.
                          Trading Authorization[/align]Appoints and authorizes an individual of your choice to act on your behalf with regards to your account. Trading Authorization is limited to making purchases and sales through the account, and making requests for distributions that are issued to the registered name(s) and address on the account. An authorized trader cannot make changes to any information on the account.
                          Stock Powers[/align]Are used when the holder of physical stock certificates signed the certificate incorrectly or failed to sign the certificate before transferring possession. This form will act in lieu of a signature on the actual document.

                          [/align]Contact Us[/align]10782-D Lee Highway
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                          • #14
                            RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                            Xị nè , sách Bug recommend nè Xị...Nghé copy của advice của De Bug ra đây luôn nha, hope he does not mind...
                            cái này copy từ PM, mà hỏng có gì personal, chắc hông sao ha Bug

                            Hi Nghé,
                            Cả hai sách này from William J. O'Neil
                            . How to make money in stocks
                            . 24 essential lessons for investment success

                            Mà Bug warning Nghé trước chơi stock không có dễ và simple như người ta nghĩ đâu. Đọc sách chỉ là một phần nhỏ thôi, cần phải research more,và testing the water.It requires lot of times and dedication, lots of reading and continue follow the financial market all the times.It took me years and yearsto learn and I am still learning. Expect to loose some money first and many later on before understanding what mistakesdid I make.

                            Good luck!

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                            • #15
                              RE: Mr. Rice Guy

                              Nghé,

                              Cám ơn Nghé, để từ từ Xị thamkhao coi

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