comission is negotiatable

Discussion in 'Retail Brokers' started by trtrkk, Sep 8, 2006.

  1. trtrkk


    Some people said in this forum,
    comission is negotiatable, but broker use program to calcurate stock trading with comissions, the amount in account.
    How can they refund back the negotiated special comission to the customer?
  2. let them worry about that LOL.
  3. trtrkk


    i really dont know, how can they calcurate to count the special comission for each customer.
  4. LMAO. Why do you care how they calculate it? It's called software.
  5. I know a used car dealer who uses the same software.
  6. trtrkk


    I believe they must calcurate by manpower,
    so mostly, they cannot discount comission unless so much trading
  7. Well now we're getting to the bottom of why you started this thread. In essence you don't believe commission is negotiable because it's too difficult for the broker to calculate LMAO.

    I hope you don't mind but I've taken the liberty to review some of your earlier posts and I believe the best thing for me to do at this juncture is agree with you: yes, brokers calcurate commission by hand so it's not possible to negotiate commission. Don't waste your time trying to negotiate with your broker on this matter, just pay whatever commission they ask you to.

    Good luck.

  8. trtrkk


    Which firm can be negotiable?
  9. You have got to be kidding me. I hope you are not really this clueless.

    Here's your answer:
    The broker's software has different deals programmed into it. The broker sets up your account on the software and attaches that account to whatever deal you made with them. The software calculates the commission each day. Brokers do NOT do it manually.