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Hey guys!

The other day i got alot of help here so i might return :)

I am brand new to investing, and i have decided to not purchase a program and just stick with hubb investor as it is free.

I am ok with using it but how accurate is it? is there a 20 minute delay or more?

All i really need is to watch the shares as fast as possible for free, even if its being updated automatically.

If im making a fool of myself please tell me also as i have no idea!! ahaha

Qs: What is another free program similar to hubb investor
Qs: What is the update speed of hubb investor and/or the program you recommend
Qs: Should a 17 Year old save more then $2000 to invest?
Qs: Should a 17 Year old spend hundreds on a investment program?

Thankyou guys


p.s as soon as i learn more i will be helping people learn here! already have at school :D
 
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I don't think Commsec or others will open accounts for 17 year olds. As a minor you cannot enter into contracts.
 
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Hello
Vincent191 - It is a trusty account with my mother, account has been open for a long time.

Tysonboss1 - Thankyou i will watch the video, i have been studying it quite closely, i understand the basics quite well according to my teacher.

Just need the tools to study the companies :D
 

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Hey guys!

Qs: What is another free program similar to hubb investor
Qs: What is the update speed of hubb investor and/or the program you recommend
Qs: Should a 17 Year old save more then $2000 to invest?
Qs: Should a 17 Year old spend hundreds on a investment program?

Thankyou guys
  • What is another free program similar to hubb investor - No idea.
  • What is the update speed of etc - Free programs will always be 15 or 20 minute delay data.
  • Should anyone save more then $2K to invest? Probably, mostly due to brokerage eating into profit.
  • Should a 17 Year old spend hundreds on a investment program? No.
 

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Hey guys!

The other day i got alot of help here so i might return :)

I am brand new to investing, and i have decided to not purchase a program and just stick with hubb investor as it is free.
How will you judge the quality of the recommendations or advice they offer?

What else do you know of which gives top quality information for nothing?
 
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Angelo
In regard to free charting, Incredible Charts has a free platform. $220 for premium version.
Has a forum and free newsletter with market timing and Twiggs Trading Diary.
This covers commodities etc. Baltic Index etc.
Charting 15 min delay on US index. 1 hr update on ASX DELAYED 20 minutes delay.
S&P,CBOE & Russel 30 min delay.
Shortly ASX intraday 20 minutes delay.
The Premium version has stock screener, although the ability is limited to a few indicators. With the stock screener there are shared screens that you can view or run.

It has not got the bells and whistles of others. no fundamentals.

The only thing that it has wrong is one of the people who suscribe to forum "bonkers"
is realy BONKERS.:D

I use it occasionally as a back up when my high priced software has a "guts ache" in emailing charts.

Cheers
 
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Hey guys!

The other day i got alot of help here so i might return :)

I am brand new to investing, and i have decided to not purchase a program and just stick with hubb investor as it is free.

I am ok with using it but how accurate is it? is there a 20 minute delay or more?

All i really need is to watch the shares as fast as possible for free, even if its being updated automatically.

If im making a fool of myself please tell me also as i have no idea!! ahaha

Qs: What is another free program similar to hubb investor
Qs: What is the update speed of hubb investor and/or the program you recommend
Qs: Should a 17 Year old save more then $2000 to invest?
Qs: Should a 17 Year old spend hundreds on a investment program?

Thankyou guys


p.s as soon as i learn more i will be helping people learn here! already have at school :D
Hi Angeloffire,
Cannot recommend HUBB as a reliable supplier of data in any shape or form; they cut off my data feed when I wouldn't upgrade to a newer trading program for a cost of $1990.00. Spiteful people, vindictive in their actions. They even cut me off from logging in to a website called Safety In the Market, a helpful site in itself. I can however recommend Incredible charts. Very good quality, and an excellent informative weekly newsletter is included. You will find them with a basic search engine. Cheers, Kelboy
 

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