Michael Murray: Choosing an online share dealing platform can sometimes be trickier than you think

Michael Murray: Choosing an online share dealing platform can sometimes be trickier than you think
Michael Murray.

Online investing can mean different things to different people.

Online investing can mean different things to different people. To some, it means being able to check share prices on the stockbrokers’ website, and having your portfolio revalued online every day in respect of the shares that are held in the broker’s client account to your order. But it is the broker, and not you, who actually does the online buying and selling of the shares.

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