I am not quite sure. I have seen AdvantGo because we tried pilot testing for our Blackberry wireless PDA like tool but that is not real time transaction. The phone let you interact with the brokers in realtime. The phone must have java enabled to be able to surf the web. Brokerage houses wrote the web version for wirless phone with text messages and buttons for submit the actions.
"I couldn't live without a limit order. What happens when you leave home/office and want to make sure you have your price in? Stop orders I don't use."
That's why I use my cell phone, haha. information anywhere anytime even when I am in the rest room busy dumping :) as long as I am not inside the insulated building.
I am seeing more down day tomorrow. I will just relax, sit and watch the snowball turn into avalance and see where and when it will stop. .
I'm hitting the sack.
I'll check out the websites even thought I have AT&T wireless. If I can't use the technologyn from those sites, at least I can educate myself on what's out there and available.
I appreciate your time.
OK. Here's the link to Nextel site:
Access the wireless Web on your Nextel phone
Each of these solutions is offered at one flat rate, so you can surf all you want �V whenever you want �V without using any of your cellular minutes.
Web Access over 80 specially designed content providers. $3.50/month for Web service
These brokers are listed in those 80 specially designed content providers.
I have Nextel i90 model phone. You will have to subscribe to basic plan.
I couldn't live without a limit order. What happens when you leave home/office and want to make sure you have your price in? Stop orders I don't use.
What's the plan for tomorrow?
How about that cell phone service?
What do you use? link?
Eventually I'd like to get that.
Trade on the golf course when I'm waiting forever on a par 3. Or possibly on the PAR 5 when the 40 handicapper is waiting for people to clear the green from 285 yards away. LOL
I am aware of the $7 for market and that's all I use for trading in and out. I have different philosophy from most people; I don't use limit orders and I don't use stop orders. I have mental limit of when do I exit or enter and when it hit, I go in at the market. It's like I set myself as the limit/stop and it turns into market when my objective is met.
I admit VAPH was a gamble on my part. I looked at the chart, saw the ridiculous (50%) runup on a bad day and went for it.
Actually I noticed large chunks from many NAZ companies after hours. I don't think it's JNPR specific but I'm happy about it.
Do you Scottrade really isn't $7. $7 is only for market orders. I'm sure your aware.
If I wasn't using Ameritrade I'm not sure who I would use. However, I've been seeing commericals for Schwab. I never thought they would competet in the Ameritrade/Scottrade price point. I understand they have a 9.95 with features and benefits(tools, technology) for active traders.
You still have to fill me in about the cell phone finance pkg. you use.
Did you see the insiders buying or exercising options ? I won't short this until NASDAQ started to deterioate first. Besides, it is hard to see in the chart due to the recent IPO. The stock has gained too fast too soon as well but the only thing to make the stock drop is the weakness in the market. Besides, the sector rotation to Biotech might be a problem to short this stock as well. Don't short the stock just because it went up so much and due for correction. I got burned like that when I shorted U.S. Robotics back in 1995.
It's so tempting but if I'm tapped in a few now and will not go on margin for it. If I close a few postions I'll watch it and probably test the waters. If I'm wrong when I step in than the only cost to me would be my money tied up for a period of time. I really beleive at some point this stock is going to be quite less. Maybe I should check out the options.