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NEW YORK — The Wall Street Journal recently suggested ShareBuilder Corp., which has a heavy credit union clientele, as one alternative for those looking to invest a couple hundred dollars.

In the Jan. 15 issue of WSJ, a reader asked if there were any online brokers that work with people that have “only a couple hundred dollars” in their account and “don’t charge heavy fees for infrequent traders.” The publication recommended ShareBuilder for the $4 or less trade and no minimums or account maintenance fees if a user signs up for an automatic investment plan. ShareBuilder serves more than 100 credit unions.

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