Can I Invest In Stocks Direct From a Publicly Traded Company?
Just discovered by two wall street executives is a stock picking "Robot" that can pick profitable stocks for you that have the potential of climbing in
price. This Robot has been dubbed the name "Marl" has been showing some very favorable statistics as of late and has been tested by some very
notable Wall Street executives and has been logging some pretty impressive stock picks. Read the following article on investing your money directly
into a company without the help or assistance of a stock broker, and to learn more about the stock picking robot. You will be quite amazed.
There are some companies that will allow the average Joe investor to purchase stocks directly from a company. When the Securities and Exchange
Commission was asked this question, they said that this is perfectly fine practice to do. This type of investing is called, Direct Stock Plans. It is also
called a DSPP. The company can and may require that you already own stocks through your employment with the company. However, It is not a
requirement of all companies.
You must be cautious however as the direct stock plan operates differently than buying stock through a stock broker. There will be no commission
charged for these stock plans, but there can be a small fee. The other main difference is that the company buys and sells the stock at a given time.
The investor cannot sell or trade these whenever you want to do so. The option would be for the investor to turn the stocks over to his/her stock broker
to sell, but the broker cannot charge a commission. You may be charged a fee by the company. It all depends upon your agreement that you have
with the company.
For instance If you have a favorite company that you like to invest in, like Southwest Airlines Company, IBM or other brand names in the United States
you may be able to implement a Direct Stock Plan to purchase stocks on a regular basis. There is a list of stocks that you can review in your local
library or you might