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Crossroads is your one-stop shop to sell, offering consignment on your high-end designer items, with payouts up to 70% in cash. If you have an item you would prefer to consign versus sell outright, just ask!




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Products must be in good condition and have all necessary components to receive the highest trade value. Product condition and trade value are determined by us in our sole discretion. By trading your product, you release GameStop from any claim relating to the product (including, but not limited to, loss of a product or any of its contents or data). You also release GameStop from any claim for loss or unauthorized access, use or disclosure of any personal or private data or information stored on the device. All trades are final. No dealers. Trade in program available only on select products and in select GameStop stores in the United States and Guam. Void where prohibited. We reserve the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend trades for any reason without notice. Trade values for in-store credit are 20% more then trade prices for cash consideration unless otherwise indicated.


Crown & Caliber is The Smarter Way to Buy or Sell a WatchTM. An exclusively online marketplace for pre-owned luxury watches, Crown & Caliber is dedicated to taking the fear and skepticism out the watch buying & selling process. Browse our online catalog of pre-owned luxury watches from popular brands such as: Rolex watches, OMEGA watches, TAG Heuer watches, Breitling watches, Cartier watches, Panerai watches, Patek Philippe watches, IWC watches, Hublot watches, Audemars Piguet watches, Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, and more. Every watch we sell is authenticated by our staff of Swiss-trained watchmakers and comes with our 2-year warranty . By placing value on quality, Crown & Caliber has become the most trusted marketplace


Adam Hayes, Ph.D., CFA, is a financial writer with 15+ years Wall Street experience as a derivatives trader. Besides his extensive derivative trading expertise, Adam is an expert in economics and behavioral finance. Adam received his master's in economics from The New School for Social Research and his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in sociology. He is a CFA charterholder as well as holding FINRA Series 7, 55 & 63 licenses. He currently researches and teaches economic sociology and the social studies of finance at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.


Yes. Several online brokerage platforms (such as Robinhood) offer commission-free trading in most stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Note that these brokers still earn money from your trades, but by selling order flow to financial firms and loaning your stock to short-sellers.


The easiest way, in terms of getting a trade done, is to open and fund an online account and place a market order. While this is the quickest way to buy stocks, it might not always be the wisest. Do your own research before deciding what type of order to place and with whom.


We buy & trade LEGO Products in almost any condition besides those with smoke smell, glued, chewed, and covered in goo, so whether you have giant tubs full of bulk pieces, built sets, or just a single minifig, we are interested!


We also make house calls! If you have a very large collection (i.e. 100+ sets) that you are interested in selling quickly and easily please give us a call or email with your contact info, location, and a picture or description of your collection and we will get back to you to promptly to schedule an inspection.


Pawn shops also sell valuable items. These are mostly items that were used as collateral. The borrower defaulted on their loan, and the pawnbroker is trying to recoup the loan amount and interest by selling your collateral. Once you have defaulted on your loan, you may still repurchase your item if no one has purchased it, but you may end up paying more than you would have if you simply paid your loan on time. You are free to pawn an item and then use the money you receive to buy another item for sale at the pawn shop. However, this is not really a trade, as you are still expected to pay back your loan and rescue your collateral at the end of the loan period.


There is also the trade option available at a buy-sell-trade store. If you opt for trade, the store will usually give you store credit for the items you sell, which you can then use to buy the items in the store that interest you.


A short position in trading is a strategy used to take advantage of markets that are falling in price. When you make a short trade, you are selling a borrowed asset in the hope that its price will go down, and you can buy it back later for a profit. It is also known as short-selling, shorting or going short.


If you want to take a long or short position on a market, you can open a CFD trading account. CFD trading is the buying (going long) and selling (going short) of contracts for the difference in price of an asset, between the opening and closing of your position.


CFDs and are derivative products, because they enable you to speculate on financial markets such as shares, forex, indices and commodities without having to take ownership of the underlying assets. Both methods use leverage, which means you only have to put up a small margin (deposit) to gain exposure to the full value of the trade. This can magnify your potential profit, but also your potential loss.


When it comes to buying and selling forex, traders have unique styles and approaches. This is because the forex market is one of the most liquid and largest in the world and as a result there is no one single way to trade.


Knowing when to buy and sell forex depends on many factors, but there tends to be more volume when markets are volatile because of the associated higher risk. This article will explore the concept of buying and selling currencies using practical examples as well as additional resources to boost your forex trading experience.


Buying and selling forex pairs involves estimating the appreciation/depreciation in value of one currency against the other. This could involve fundamental or technical analysis as a foundation of the trade. Once a basis has been formed, the trader will look to other technical and fundamental aspects. Key levels of entry and exit will follow, keeping in mind risk management processes.


From a fundamental standpoint, forex traders keep a close eye on unemployment figures, GDP, monetary and fiscal policies (just to name a few) which have influence over the value of currencies. Our economic calendar shows upcoming events which may shake up the financial markets.


Similarly, a fundamental trader could trade the USD/JPY currency pair by following political and economic news. For example, if a fundamental trader expected the Fed to hike interest rates, this may attract greater foreign investment into the US, and thus more demand for the home currency (USD). The trader could then look to enter into a long (buy) position in anticipation of the USD to appreciating in value. Of course, this is not absolutely certain as economic principals/theory do not always translate to real world conditions. Taking short positions on forex pairs is slightly more complex as opposed to buying. Read more on how to short forex to gain more insight.


Risk management is essential to longevity in forex trading. This does not simply include a positive risk/reward ratio but understanding the potential swings in volatility as well. Factors affecting forex pairs can have significant impacts at times so preventing adverse effects on your trade can be managed by implementing proper risk management techniques. Buying and selling forex can be complex, therefore understanding the mechanics behind it, such as how to read currency pairs, is essential prior to initiating a trade. We also recommend reading our forex guide for beginners to get a crash course on the basics of forex trading.


Just as a quick note, this is the place if you want to sell / exchange instruments with other users. Please keep in mind that this is by no means an official place for selling products. Stating the obvious but do NOT advertise NFR (not for resale) licenses or freebies.


A type of investment that pools shareholder money and invests it in a variety of securities. Each investor owns shares of the fund and can buy or sell these shares at any time. Mutual funds are typically more diversified, low-cost, and convenient than investing in individual securities, and they're professionally managed.


The annual operating expenses of a mutual fund or ETF (exchange-traded fund), expressed as a percentage of the fund's average net assets. It's calculated annually and removed from the fund's earnings before they're distributed to investors, directly reducing investors' returns. For example, if you had $10,000 invested in a fund with an expense ratio of 0.20%, you'd pay about $20 a year out of your investment returns.


A sales fee charged on the purchase or sale of some mutual fund shares. The load may be called a charge or commission. The fee may be a onetime charge when you buy fund shares (front-end load), or when you sell fund shares (back-end load), or it may be an annual 12b-1 fee charged for marketing and distribution activities.


If we receive your request to buy or sell a fund before the close of regular trading hours on the New York Stock Exchange (usually 4 p.m., Eastern time), your transaction will receive that day's closing price.


Unlike Vanguard mutual funds, the cutoff for other companies' funds varies by fund. You can find the cutoff time by clicking the fund's name as you place a trade. Orders received after this deadline will execute at the following business day's closing.


Vanguard Brokerage and the fund families whose funds can be traded through Vanguard Brokerage place certain limits on frequent transactions and reserve the right to decline a transaction if it appears you're engaging in frequent trading or market-timing.


Some funds charge a fee when you buy shares to offset the cost of certain securities. Some funds charge a fee when you sell fund shares, or when you buy or sell shares within a specific time period. These restrictions are an effort to discourage short-term trading. 041b061a72


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