How to Choose a Stock Broker cont.

  • Cost: Some stock brokers charge more for their services than others. You have to find one that will help you without eating up all your profits.
  • Work history: What kinds of clients has your broker had in the past? How did their stocks do? Look over someone’s work history before hiring him to be your broker.
  • Specialties: Certain brokers only work with certain types of stocks. If there is one sector of the stock market that you really want to invest in, find someone who can help you do that.