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Just curious as have a couple of company I want to invest in fir the first time that I like. 
Who are you using and trust and is easy to navigate? I was looking at Robinhood but there are 2 problems there. One nothing possible outside the USA, Two waiting que. 
 

Not looking to be playing it daily or short time as not where my thinking is currently at, but plainly tossing some medium to long term money in to let it sit. I will be doing it all from my home desk here so what is the easiest and trustworthy. I gave some ideas but is it better to go locally as funds are going to be paid to Thai bank account via paid by Thai credit card. 
Thank you in advance.   
 

 

 

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Looks like nobody replied to this question yet, holy cow!


If it's still relevant to you, I am using DeGiro from the Netherlands at this moment because I am living in the Netherlands. DeGiro is now owned by the German Flatex Bank.


I am also papertrading in Ameritrade's ThinkOrSwim, which is in my humble opinion a super sophisticated and advanced brokerage platform. It works well with a client based software installed in my Macbook Air from 2013.
ThinkOrSwim's mobile app for iOS is also fantastic and very easy to use.

I also tried InteractiveBrokers and I also have a papertrading account with them, but I don't find it very userfriendly for online trading. Also their client based software doesn't work well with my Macbook Air. The mobile app of InteractiveBrokers doesn't really work well for me either.

I hope this helps and I am curious to know what platform you are using by now.

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On 11/15/2021 at 6:57 AM, HolyCowCm said:

Just curious as have a couple of company I want to invest in fir the first time that I like. 
Who are you using and trust and is easy to navigate? I was looking at Robinhood but there are 2 problems there. One nothing possible outside the USA, Two waiting que. 
 

Not looking to be playing it daily or short time as not where my thinking is currently at, but plainly tossing some medium to long term money in to let it sit. I will be doing it all from my home desk here so what is the easiest and trustworthy. I gave some ideas but is it better to go locally as funds are going to be paid to Thai bank account via paid by Thai credit card. 
Thank you in advance.   
 

Are they local Thai public companies or International?

 

My wide opened a Bangkok Bank account and has traded with them 

It was very easy, rates were cheap

And if you were just buying and holding certain companies don't think you need more

 

If International 

Schwab is a good platform(disclosure, I used to work there)

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