Hello, I live in Ontario. I subscribe to an investment newsletter which I think is pretty good. I would like to sell a service to other subscribers of the newsletter where I do their trading for them. All the trades that I would be doing would be either based on the newsletter recommendations, or based on liquidation requests from the customers. I don't plan to offer any investment advice -- just trade execution. The waters are pretty murky, but it seems like I would need to register as a "Portfolio Manager" (if someone knows differently, pls let me know!) I've been looking at the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) web pages regarding registration (http://www.osc.gov.on.ca/Dealers/Requirements/OSA/rrq_20050401_osa-ac-xprovincial.jsp), and it seems rather complicated. Are there any consultants that can help with this registration? The OSC won't even tell people if what they're doing in terms of providing investment advice requires registration -- they tell people to find a lawyer. Hiring a lawyer to fill up those forms seems like overkill... Is it even possible for an individual to register as a Portfolio Manager? The forms talk about compliance officer this, Articles of Incorporation that... I'm just a guy who wants to execute trades. Is that Portfolio Manager registration only opened to banks and their employees? Any advice with how to move this forward would be appreciated! Thanks!