How to Buy Stock at the Toronto Stock Exchange

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In order to buy stock at the Toronto Stock Exchange, the buyer needs to be a large investor that the Toronto Stock Exchange does business with. Find out how to buy stocks or bonds at local brokerage firms with help from a personal asset manager in this free video on investing in the stock market and money management.

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Hi, I'm Roger Groh. Have you ever considered investing in Canada? Specifically how would you do that? How would you actually buy shares in a Canadian company? Well the largest trading market in Canada is the Toronto Stock Exchange. And the lesson for today is how do you buy or sell stock there? If you're a large institutional investor, a mutual fund manager perhaps or a very large pension plan, you can go online to their trading system at and enter your order and the exchange knowing who you are in advance will honor that honor. If it's in a company that they do business in. If you're a smaller investor, you probably have to open up a stock or bond trading account at a local brokerage firm in Canada. They'll qualify you for investment, make sure you are who you say that you are and then it's like trading in any other investment account around the world where you physically on a computer go in, enter in I want to buy this, I want to sell that and away you go. Some of the broker dealers that you might be able to work with in Canada are CIBC number one, but also the banks. If you go to Toronto Dominion through Ameritrade that's an option for you. Also MerrilLynch is in Canada for institutional investors, CitiBank is up there for institutional investors and certainly many of the mutual fund companies are there for you to buy and sell through. So I'm Roger Groh and that's a little bit about how you buy and sell through the Toronto Stock Exchange.


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