As I only started investing/trading in stocks since few months, wish to have your opinion: I have account with IBKR
Shopify is a Canadian company, I can see its trading volume today is 2.88 M in NYSE, while only several hundred K in TSE. but I guess even this liquidity is good enough and not an issue? BTW I have the live price in NYSE but haven’t bought Market Data for TSE so the price I see is delayed for 15 minutes
Till now, all the stocks and cash I own are in USD, Euro and CHF.
I may receive some CAD soon.but already have a few thousands CAD available.
Thanks a lot for the link, do you know by default with IBKR pro we have Tiered or Fixed commission? I have never been asked to choose.
yes, normally I use limit orders.
Thanks a lot for your advice, it seems you mean it doesn’t really matter in my case if I buy on NYSE or TSE?
For the spread, it’s difficult for me to see it, because I haven’t paid market data for TSE, so I think I will never see both price at the exact same moment, but I can assume in general the prices should be the same? otherwise some traders would do arbitrage and will lead the prices to converge