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Norberts Gambit at BMO Investorline

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Dec 11, 2007
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Markham
ksgill wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2016 8:45 pm
Can you elaborate on this?
I buy BCE in Canada, settle in CAD
then i immediately sell BCE in US market , settle in USD

Both trades cost $9.95
It will show as +X shares and -X shares but wait a few days, and they will both cancel out / disappear.

Never had to call in to make the trade with a trader. Occasionally their system glitches and there's an interest charge, but a phone call will get that credited back. When they do the adjustment, they also mention you can call in immediately to tell them to journal the shares to avoid the potential system glitch charging interest. I'm just lazy and rather not waste time calling in if it ends up working out
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Mar 24, 2008
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Toronto
^ I have to make another exchange in December, perhaps I'll try it your way next time.

Way better than jumping through hoops with Questrade as the whole process completes on the same day. +1 for BMO Investorline.
Illegitimi non carborundum
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Jan 25, 2008
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Laval
What do you guys think of doing this but with RY/RY.U? Is the Bid/Ask spread the only factor to consider? Why would DLR be better suited to perform the NG?

Been doing this online for that stock. Buy US market in USD and right after sell on CA market in CAD. Taking an investment loss of approx 25-30$ each time, which is reasonable.
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Jun 3, 2009
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mtlmonk wrote:
Mar 17th, 2017 4:23 pm
What do you guys think of doing this but with RY/RY.U? Is the Bid/Ask spread the only factor to consider? Why would DLR be better suited to perform the NG?

Been doing this online for that stock. Buy US market in USD and right after sell on CA market in CAD. Taking an investment loss of approx 25-30$ each time, which is reasonable.
DLR doesn't have much intra-day fluctuations whereas bank stocks while being very liquid can still move for or against you during the process.
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Jun 15, 2013
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Laval
cn_habs wrote:
Mar 17th, 2017 5:10 pm
DLR doesn't have much intra-day fluctuations whereas bank stocks while being very liquid can still move for or against you during the process.
But you have to call in as I don't see DLR.U from the bmo investor line site
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