Stock Trading Tools
As I have been on a stock research frenzy, it was with great timing that a representative from INO.com contacted me about their free educational stock trading offerings.
- INO TV offers free online educational video seminars on stock trading. The only thing required is registration (free).
- INO Trend Analysis offers free technical/trend analysis of a stock of your choice, all they require is a stock symbol and an email address to receive the analysis. This tool is good for both Canadian and U.S stocks with no abbreviations necessary. If you create a free trend analysis account, they will email you a daily trend analysis of each stock in your watch list.
A friend of mine emailed me about a clever scam going around. Apparently, brazen scam artists are snail mailing people pretending to be CRA requesting more information. The letter will say something along the lines that CRA is missing your personal/banking info and that you should fill the paper form and send/fax it back immediately. You can find more info on the scam from CRA here.
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