Dow Jones Climbs on Stimulus Hopes, ASX 200 and Nikkei 225 ...

So I’m buying EITHER the ASX-listed ETF (IVV) or the US-listed ETF (VOO) for the same index (S&P500). How does forex affect the growth of the ASX-listed fund?

If the Aussie dollar weakens, ceteris paribus, does IVV.AX increase or decrease in value?
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Stake for Australian Market Alternative

Hi Fellow Stakers,
Since Stake doesn’t have access to the ASX at this point in time has any one had a look at SA investment firm Salman
The fees are considerably lower than what we pay for ASX access and it appears that we have access to buy on the ASX with dropping the initial $500 on on stock ticker.
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Bet on a rising usd?

Hello degenerates.
I was locked in the closet tonight as punishment for my microphalli and started researching what women truly love: money.
The usd looks like it is moving back against the aud.
We are pushing into the 71c territory.
But forex, on asx_bets?
It turns out you can indeed short aud-usd based on the fxu... warrant series (fxumoz being the most leveraged) - up 50% today.
These products are insanely leverage (citis on top on of a 1:100 mutiplier), they are basically a poor mans cfd.
This contract current sits at $6, reached $40 when we hit rock bottom this year. Time to go in again?
(Not financial advice. I am well aware I really dont know what i am doing and just want to win money off old people).
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What broker do you use for share options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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What broker do you use for Stock Options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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Gold and Silver rocket ride - 110k in 1 month

Gold and Silver rocket ride - 110k in 1 month
You most likely don't have my discipline and pain tolerance. Or my feel for risk/reward math. On top of this you need markets to play nice and a bit of luck.
I'm no wiz, but I know my strengths and weaknesses. I smell a good setup and prepare accordingly.
Hope you all nail your big opportunity when it shows up. If not, that's okay too. You'll keep getting chances. Be patient. Focus on small wins. Plus there's far more important things in life than being loaded.
How I lost 5k trading CFDs then turned it around
Back in April, I was playing with CFDs and nearly blew up my account. Started with $5k and dropped to almost zero because trading forex with leverage is a very stupid game. This is why IG gives you a demo account. But instead of using the demo account to learn how not to fuck up massively, I was using it to place giant YOLO shorts on US markets.
By being a bit less retarded on the forex trades I clawed back some losses then topped up the account with another $2.5k before starting to open small positions in gold. From 3 to 10 contracts depending on how confident I felt. Then smelling a massive opportunity, I ramped up the leverage by going with much larger positions.
Day 5
Entering the silver trade
It was only after making decent profits in gold that I dared venture into silver. I wanted to enter silver around $18 but missed the boat after waiting too long for a dip. $20 was still great. Tons of upside left.
Silver is one nasty motherfucker to trade. It's a much smaller market than gold so the swings can be wild. Silver will play along nicely then suddenly fuck you really hard. If you use too much leverage you're basically waiting for your account to blow up. Stop losses will save you, but they can also kill your best trades. I didn't bother with stops for most of the ride because I'm an ASX_bets retard but also because I had ultra high conviction in the $25-27 price target.
Started with 25 contracts. I very nearly missed out on this mini pump. Some might call it luck.
Day 18
Adding to my silver positions
Increased my position size once I had a profit buffer to protect against sharp drops. It's WAY easier to blow up a CFD account than it appears. When trades are going well you feel like you can keep adding leverage and make millions. But even small swings will kill you if your positions are too big. Discipline is key.
Buying 50 contracts in silver is not the same as 50 contracts in gold because silver moves are 2-4 times bigger. When gold moves 100 points, expect a 200-400 points move in silver. Having an equal mix of gold an silver contracts helped lower the overall volatility of my account.
Anything over 10 contracts in silver is big. You can lose hundreds within minutes. Buy 50 contracts, the price drops $1 and you're $5000 in the hole. I knew when to push and when to hold back. This was EXTREMELY important. I did not get greedy. I was happy to let price moves do most of the lifting.
Started the day with 3k profits. Went to bed that night with big beautiful bhags. 17k
Day 19
Woke up the next morning with even bigger bhags. 30k
Day 24
More pump. I added 50 silver contracts that day after a decent drop. Profits now up to around 41k.
Held through the big swings...
Like a proper bitch, Silver dropped another 5% soon after I added those 50 contracts and my 41k profit became 20k very suddenly. But no stop loss and I held firmly. What's a 21k drop when you've been down 35k on BBOZ before. Metals bounced back hard later that evening. Still not selling. High conviction made all the difference here.
Five days later and I was up to 50k profit.
At that point, I felt safe enough to add another 50 contracts.
And it paid off BIG
Both gold and silver keep pumping. Profit now 86k.
Day 28
Why sell now?
Not selling yet. GV's silver target was $25-27 so I was confident holding through some wild swings.
GV = Gold Ventures
A turbo chad from Belgium who made a massive fortune trading options during 2008-2011 when silver went from $9 to $50 before crashing hard. GV is a certified wizard when it comes to timing the gold and silver cycles. Started with his wife's 32k savings and is now worth 18 million EUR or USD, I'm not sure and who cares. GV is pretty low key but commands plenty of respect from other metal traders on Twitter.
Meanwhile GV was on holiday but still shitting money.
GV also has a junior miner portfolio worth several millions. I believe it's true. I went deep into his Twitter history. He was buying heavily into the March crash and some of his picks like AbraPlata have since made 10x. Junior miners are like call options on metal prices with no expiry date but you still need to pick winners and enteexit at the right time.
Magical Six Figure Milestone
Not long after... BOOM! Hit 100k in profit.
When starting, I knew there was potentially 40k-50k to be made from this setup even without playing it perfectly. I would have been okay with 20k.
Day 32
Start taking profits
Silver was still going strong but I felt it was time to de-risk.
So I started taking profits on both gold and silver around that time.
Okay I'm out
The way silver kept pumping, I knew a big correction was imminent. By 12pm I was completely out with over 110k profit. Home and dry.
I went on with my daily work routine, a bit more relaxed and not checking charts every 5 minutes.
And then metals dumped hard.
There was money to be made on the short side but there was also a strong possibility of shorts being squeezed. So I didn't bother.
After the dump, I had no appetite to get back in with big positions. In hindsight I could have made tons more if I held to $29 but the ride from $24 to $29 is far more risky than $20 to $26. I'm quite okay with my 40x performance. Plus I needed to reset mentally after this rocket ride. More often than not, the best thing to do after a huge trading win is to take a break. Wisdom gained from the BBOZ days :)
Withdrew my initial capital and 90% of the profits from IG. Left around 6k on the account to keep playing.
Feels good to have extra funds to invest with but I also need to set some aside for the monster tax bill next year. You're welcome Australia, and all the JobSeekeJobKeeper leeches.
Hey everyone, check out my insane stats!
That 85% win rate though...
Less impressive when zooming out to include the forex train wreck in April and my more recent metal trades.
Credits to: - already covered above - called the metals and S&P500 bull runs - simple yet powerful charts - advanced silver charts - advanced gold and silver charts - another master of charts - ultimate master of monster position and making bhags
BTW fuck Facebook groups, you'll hardly learn anything there. Full of losers. Twitter is where the elite traders and big dick fund managers bounce ideas. A solid Twitter list is worth thousands if not millions in the right hands.
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Is this the biggest shift in trading technology since the internet? - Andrew Baxter

Over my years in the broking industry – coming up for almost two decades soon, much has changed. The move from full service phone broking to online was one of the biggest. Self directed trading with orders executed online, seemed the way forward especially with the lower fees. However, anyone who has been down that path understands a few issues.

There are plenty more, as I am sure you know!

Advisory Service

Then of course there is the outsourcing of some of the “heavy lifting”. Perhaps you subscribe to an advisory service, newsletter or signal provider. Part of the work is done – the research and the trade ideas. However, some only provide entry, not exits – arguably the most important part. Then there is the hassle of trying to place the exact same trade – maybe too late or maybe hard to place – have a crack at placing a butterfly! What if you are busy and miss the email or report?
If any of the above resonates with you – well you are going to love the new Trade Me App.

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The new App enables you to do it all instantly, easily and with all the information you need in one place. The Trade Me App bridges the gap between trade recommendations or advisory services and your trading account. Through EasyTrade® you are now able to take the trade recommendations, while on the go, through 3 easy steps.

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With EasyTrade®, all the hard work is outsourced. Our analysts have done the heavy lifting identifying the entry, exit and stop levels, for every trade.
All the information that you need to make an effective and informed decision is provided for you. For example, you can watch a video showing our live analysis, directly from the Trading floor, or alternatively, check out the chart and trade levels. The app provides all the information in a very clear and simple format.

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What’s more, because you can chose the strategies you are most interested in, Trade Me will only notify you of the trades you are interested in, helping you save time and maintain your focus.

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Learning how to use trading platforms can be time consuming, is often frustrating and is almost certainly something you have had to do more than once.
Trade Me brings the power and convenience of EasyTrade® removing the risks, time and effort that come with trying to place the trade yourself, on a trading platform.

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When you want to take the trade, simply click the EasyTrade® button
Step 1: Select the Trade Recommendation you want to take
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Then all you need to do is review your order before you submit it.

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Then our fully authorised traders will do the rest for you. Your order will be placed and the position fully managed as per the EasyTrade® outline and your custom risk level.
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The Inaugural ASX_Bets Rivken Cup

Hello you downy shitbirds.
I have decided to take on the role of getting the first, of what will likely be a very short-lived, ASX_Bets competition started. I feel that by 'running' the competition, I might be able to make it less shitty and cringeworthy than some of you.
Firstly, the name. I know Rene Rivken is not exactly the most contemporary reference, and I had considered other names, like the Bradbury Cup (still not super recent, but probably a better predictor of what I see happening with this competition). The reason I went with Rivken is in 2001, Rene Rivken had a meeting with the CEO of Impulse Airlines (I don't remember them either) who told Rivken that Impulse was likely going to merge with QANTAS. Rivken leaves the meeting, and HOURS LATER buys 50,000 QANTAS shares. He is convicted of insider trading, after making $2,664.94 on the trade. This is just a beautiful story, and I think it needs to be memorialised.
Ok, now that we've got that out of the way. The rules are fairly straight forward:
  1. On 18 May (yes, 18 May - you can wait one fucking week) you must purchase no more than AUD$1,000 (including brokerage) worth of any Australian financial product. Evidence must be provided in the form of a screenshot. Just take a screenshot and upload it to imgur and link it. Don't DM me.
  2. I will make a new thread every Friday evening, where EVERYONE MUST POST their weekly trades by Sunday 6.00pm. If you baghold for the week, you can just provide an update on the value.
  3. This is a YOLO competition. Pick one product and roll with it, sell, repeat. I don't actually care about it being a YOLO competition per se, I just don't want to have to keep track of 10 different stocks and the buying and selling. You can hedge outside of the competition if you must.
  4. You lose any value that is not rolled into your next trade. I.e. if your first trade is 1k - 1.2k, your next trade must be worth 1.2k. You can take profits, but that value is lost moving forward. This is because I am not Rain Man and won't keep track of all your leftovers. This is also to prevent the inevitable "I saved $86 in week 1, $47 in week 2, and here is some random penny stock trade that I made with leftovers that went +900% and now I win." - Everything must be on the table in the weekly updates.
  5. The competition will end at 6.01am AEDT Saturday, 27 June. The winner will be the person with the highest total MARKET VALUE at that point. If you are still holding your products, fine. You don't have to sell, but the market value will be used to determine their value. Not your vibe; not what you think they're worth; not what they might be worth at expiry.
  6. The following are all acceptable products to trade:
I'm not sure if we should allow US options. Please discuss (I have ended the competition assuming we are). I think this should be a level playing field competition and many people don't have US Options accounts, so happy to go either way.
Let me know what you all think. Everything is up for debate (including the cup name), but at least now we have a starting point for those discussions.
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Options Trading In Australia

I have been waiting on robinhood to come to Australia, and I doubt they will ever get here.
I am looking for an options trading app for Australia.
I am already using Stake for US and Selfwealth for ASX.
Was put onto HighLow yesterday but cant play until markets open, and looks more just for forex.
Update: HighLow refused my ID for some reason, but I used the demo and it is not what I wanted.
I am looking for Call and Put Options on stocks.
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Need info regarding brokers/Leverage for AU stocks

I've been trading forex/commodities for years on Pepperstone/IG. Question is where can I get the most leverage for trading ASX stocks, I realize I'm not going to get 500x like I can on forex due to market liquidity but are there any options apart from Commsec etc. Cheers
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Any ASX broker offering TradingView?

I just tried TradingView paper trading (to try out some theories) and it was great! Easy and automatic setting of stop-losses and take-profits. Orders actually show up on charts. It’s easy and intuitive to set your risk tolerances too.
There’s no integration that I found but apparently they offer the platform as a hosted product to some brokers. I’ve searched around a bit but found only Forex brokers that use it.
Anyone aware of a broker on ASX that supports it?
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Trading View (Request)

App Name: TradingView - stock charts, Forex & Bitcoin ticker
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Chat with Mario Hennenberger (aka SwingFish)

I had a chat today with Mario Hennenberger, aka SwingFish (u/swingfish12)He is a FOREX trader that runs his own prop trading firm and has livestreamed the last 1,000 trading days.
Whether you trade equities on the ASX, indicies, commodities or forex, I guarantee you'll learn something new that will improve your trading regardless of how much experience you have on the markets.
He has been very influential in the minor adjustments that I've made to my stock trading the last 2 years which have resulted in a massive change to my profitability.
I hope you find it helpful and consider applying some of the strategies discussed.
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ASX Trading

I am creating ASX micro/small cap focused trading tips, tutorials and case studies for newer traders.Unlike trading forex, commodities, indices and other markets, the ASX has many unique traps that traders need to be aware of in order to avoid them and preserve their capital.
I've discovered that books and online sources of information typically relate to the US markets, and usually don't address many common traps that can be found on the ASX market.
So I am sharing my 5 years of full-time experience of trading on the ASX to help out the newer traders out there. The aim is to make the videos as short and digestible as possible, whilst not sacrificing content:
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Would a foreigner (not resident in Oz) be able to invest in Vanguard? Why not?

So I understand the local love for Vanguard products, and wondering if they will be accessible to someone who does not live in Australia, nor Hong Kong, UK, USA. Or anywhere from the list
Let's say they live in a stable country (eg Malaysia or China) with stockbrokers, are they stuck to buying ETFs rather than MFs?
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I'd really like to start investing but I have no idea where to begin

I often hear of people talking about passive income through investments. This is something that interests me but I do not have enough knowledge about it.
I've heard of Forex Trading and ASX but have no clue as to how these work. My financial literacy isn't the greatest.
I'd really appreciate it if people could point me in right direction of quality information, or even share personal experience if comfortable doing so.
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I'd like to start investing but I have no idea where to begin

I often hear of people talking about passive income through investments. This is something that interests me but I do not have enough knowledge about it.
I've heard of Forex Trading and ASX but have no clue as to how these work. My financial literacy isn't the greatest.
I'd really appreciate it if people could point me in right direction of quality information, or even share personal experience if comfortable doing so.
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UK Stock Market News and Research | Kalkine Media

Research on UK listed companies and provide complete knowledge bank for news readers is the basic agenda of Kalkine Media. And are trying to fill the gap between media house and investor throughout the UK. You can read news about ASX By Stock, Commodities, Cryptocurrency, Currencies, Dividend, Energy, Financial, Food & Beverages, Forex, Lithiuic stock.
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Asian stock market shows strong growth before Trump meets Xi Jinping

Asian stock market shows strong growth before Trump meets Xi Jinping

Today, almost all stock indices in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) show a significant rise in expectations that the United States and China will be able to get closer to signing a trade agreement following a meeting of the two leaders.
The Japanese Nikkei 225 increased by 0.9%, as did the wider Topix. Chinese Shanghai Composite gained 0.8%, Shenzhen Composite - 1.2%, Hong Kong Hang Seng - 1%.
The South Korean Kospi indicator increased by 0.6%, the Australian S & P / ASX 200 - by 0.3%, the New Zealand NZX 50 - by 0.2%. The Indian BSE Sensex Index increased by 0.4%, the Indonesian Jakarta Composite - by 0.6%.
Only indicators of Pakistan, Vietnam and Sri Lanka are traded in the red zone.
Shares of the Japanese manufacturer of screens for mobile devices Japan Display are rising by 17% on the news that American Apple is investing $ 100 million in a problem-solving component supplier.
Among other Japanese firms, SoftBank operator (+ 3.3%), automaker Toyota (+ 0.8%) and financial company Mitsubishi UFJ (+ 1.2%) are actively increasing their prices.
The price of securities casino operators Sands China and Galaxy Entertainment increases by 2.6% and 3.6%, respectively. The quotes of manufacturers of parts for electronics AAC Technologies and Sunny Optical are rising by 3.1% and 1.9%, respectively.
The capitalization of the South Korean manufacturer of electronics and microchips Samsung Electronics increased by 2.7%, Taiwan's Taiwan Semiconductor - by 2.6%.
The market value of the Chinese Internet giant Tencent increased by 0.1%, the insurer China Life Insurance - by 0.2%.
Australian mining companies BHP and Rio Tinto jumped by 2% and 3%, respectively.
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Daily Market Overview 29 October 2018

Daily Market Overview 29 October 2018
With the growth in all sectors of the market, the S&P/ASX 200 rose 1.1% to 5728.2. However, after last week’s slump, it is still on its way to losing more than 7% this month. Large four lenders had at least 1% and BHP Billiton 1.4% higher. Beach Energy collected 3.6%. During the day, 2.81 billion shares were sold with a value of 5.35 billion dollars. US (3.79 billion dollars. the USA), according to the materials of the Commonwealth of Securities.
US stocks fell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average index fell by more than 300 points., Netflix, and Alphabet dropped again. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which rose 352 points earlier in the session, recently dropped 283 points, or 1.1%, to 24414. The S&P 500 lost 0.8% and the Nasdaq Composite fell 1.8%. Thin trading expanded what was unsustainable for the stock market.
The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 0.9%, or 3.17 points, to 355.51, as the DAX rose 1.2% and the CAC-40 rose 0.4%. “Today, European markets are more optimistic, and early successes in the US also create an impression,” said Josh Mahoney at IG.
HSBC Holdings announced that it focused on spending and exceeded profit forecasts for the third quarter. The report also helped remove markets in Hong Kong, where the Hang Seng rose 0.4%. The Japanese Nikkei fell by 0.2%, and mainland China’s markets dropped sharply after official data over the weekend. The Shanghai Composite Index fell by 2.2%.
Analysts at Commerzbank predicting that Brent will rise above $ 80 a barrel again. year. President Trump in May brought the United States out of an international agreement of 2015 to curb Iran’s nuclear program, creating the prerequisites for the lifting of sanctions against an OPEC member. The military presidential election in Brazil saw a far-reaching candidate, Jeir Bolsonaro.
The WSJ dollar index, which measures the US currency against a basket of 16 others, has recently risen 0.3% to 90.53. Personal consumption expenditures increased seasonally by 0.4% in September compared with the previous month, the Commerce Department said on Monday. Economists polled by The Wall Street Journal predicted an increase in spending by 0.4%.
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Daily Market Overview 31 October 2018

Daily Market Overview 31 October 2018
After a discontinuous session, the ASX 200 index completed an increase of 0.4% to 5,830.3 when it was headed by banks and energy companies. Nevertheless, the ASX 200 fell for the second month in a row, decreasing by 6.1%, and fell in terms of financial and resource reserves. This year, the index fell by 3.9%, and in the past two years, food has stabilized. For the day, ANZ rose 1.1% after its earnings for the whole year met expected expectations. AMP combined 6.9%, while the NIB insurer received 6.3% after updating the revenue guide.
The technically heavy Nasdaq Composite rose by 2.7%, although it fell by about 8.5% in October and was on its way to the worst month since 2008. The S&P 500 gained 1.9% and was on pace to rise to successive sessions for the first time since September 20, but still marked the largest one-month drop in more than six years. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 406 points, or 1.6%, to 25281, reducing its October drop to about 4.5%. Facebook climbed 4.6%, and Netflix, Alphabet, and Amazon added at least 5%.
The WSJ dollar index, which measures the US currency against a basket of 16 others, rose less than 0.1% to 90.91. The dollar rose 0.2% against the euro and bet 1.1% on the Mexican peso. Futures on futures on federal funds, which investors used to bet on central bank policies, showed a 32% chance that politicians would increase at least three times by the end of June, compared with 28% on Tuesday.
European stocks rose 1.3%, as the positive sentiment after optimistic trading in the US and Asia outweighed weak European economic data. The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 4.58 points to 360.11, while the DAX increased 1.1% and the CAC 40 rose 2%. Austrian oil company OMV is one of the largest risers, which is 5.8% higher than solid 3Q results.
The Japanese Nikkei rose 2.1% after convincing earnings reports after Tuesday’s close. In October, the official PMI was 50.2% compared with the consensus of 50.6 and 50.8 for the previous month, which is the lowest since July 2016. The non-financial PMI index showed a similar weakness - 53.1 against 54.1 in September, which is the lowest in 14 months. Despite this, Chinese stocks rose, while the Shanghai Composite rose by about 1.3% and the smaller - the Shenzhen Composite - by 1.3%. The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong also grew by 1.6%, and Sunny Optical - by 5%, AAC - by 4.7%. Tencent rebounded by more than 5%, AIA added 1.8%, and Xiaomi rose 4%.
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Trading service similar to Rakuten?

Hi, sorry for coming in with a question right off the bat.
I trade stocks in Japan using Rakuten-sec. It costs about $5 per transaction (with different plans for people who trade more or less - eg, flat rate $3 per day unlimited trades), can all be done via app, automatically deducts capital gains tax, and is all-around a great service.
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My question is: Is there anything similar to the service I outlined above but for trading on the Aussie market? Maximum convenience, minimum fees & hand-holding?
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