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Nov 15, 2006 4:26 am

I need some recommendations or suggestions for a broker dealer.  Securities are not the major part of my practice and I would like to keep my series 6 and 63 active.  perhaps an on-lin B/D?  Need to make a move by end of Nov.



Thanks



Nov 15, 2006 7:47 pm

check out www.repstradingplaces.com

Nov 15, 2006 9:34 pm

I might be able to suggest some options.


Give me a call tomorrow, Thursday, November 16, 2006.


866-690-8777



Nov 15, 2006 9:39 pm
BizDevelopment:

I might be able to suggest some options.


Give me a call tomorrow, Thursday, November 16, 2006.


866-690-8777





I heard that your firm sucks. What say you?

Nov 15, 2006 10:30 pm

We all hear things in this business...


If you would like to call or email me personally, I will try to address any concerns you might have...






Nov 15, 2006 10:36 pm

OK Mr. Dau, GunnAllen is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Got it.



Now give it a break, will ya?

Nov 15, 2006 10:42 pm

I don't think I said or even implied that we are the "greatest thing since sliced bread" but thank you.


We are a great option in the TRULY Independent space. 


I was offering my experience (19 years) in the BD industry to pacconltd...I hope you can understand.


Give me a call pacconltd, if we are not a fit for your business plan, I might know other firms that you can talk with...



Nov 15, 2006 10:48 pm

Another thing is, Pacconltd looks to be a rep that would like to "park" his license.  For obvious reasons we, along with most independents, are not willing to do that for reps.


But, as I said Starka, I was merely offering my industry knowledge to Pacconltd.


Aren't we all here to help each other, I am!



Nov 15, 2006 10:54 pm
BizDevelopment:

I don't think I said or even implied that we are the "greatest thing since sliced bread" but thank you.


We are a great option in the TRULY Independent space. 


I was offering my experience (19 years) in the BD industry to pacconltd...I hope you can understand.


Give me a call pacconltd, if we are not a fit for your business plan, I might know other firms that you can talk with...





Truly independent from normal ethical constraints........

Nov 20, 2006 5:23 pm
joedabrkr:


[quote=BizDevelopment]

I don't think I said or even implied that we are

the "greatest thing since sliced bread" but thank you.



We are a great option in the TRULY

Independent space.



I was offering my experience (19 years) in the BD industry to pacconltd...I

hope you can understand.



Give me a call pacconltd, if we are not a fit for your business plan, I might

know other firms that you can talk with...





Truly independent from normal ethical constraints........[/

QUOTE] DA DA CHA!!! "thank you... i'll be here all week!"

Nov 20, 2006 8:38 pm
jbarnes:
joedabrkr:


[quote=BizDevelopment]

I don't think I said or even implied that we are

the "greatest thing since sliced bread" but thank you.



We are a great option in the TRULY

Independent space. 



I was offering my experience (19 years) in the BD industry to pacconltd...I

hope you can understand.



Give me a call pacconltd, if we are not a fit for your business plan, I might

know other firms that you can talk with...





Truly independent from normal ethical constraints........[/

QUOTE] DA DA CHA!!! "thank you... i'll be here all week!"



I do weddings and bar mitzvahs as well.

Nov 22, 2006 6:45 pm
pacconltd:

I need some recommendations or suggestions for a broker dealer.  Securities are not the major part of my practice and I would like to keep my series 6 and 63 active.  perhaps an on-lin B/D?  Need to make a move by end of Nov.



Thanks






Contemporary Financial Services


(they are owned by Pacific Life)


1)  They are not full service.  Mutual funds and VAs only.  They do have some 3rd party money managers available.


2)  Low minimum production requirement.  $7500 gross annually


3)  You retain the ability to do all of you fixed business outside the BD

Nov 23, 2006 8:05 am

Check out LPL and Woodbury Financial Sevvices.

Nov 23, 2006 11:02 am

I don't know about Woodbury, but I understand that LPL has a $125,000

minimum production requirement.

Nov 23, 2006 12:21 pm
Philo Kvetch:

I don't know about Woodbury, but I understand that LPL has a $125,000

minimum production requirement.



But no minimum if the affiliate with an existing OSJ(i.e. branch).

Having said that the technology fees might be too high for this guy.