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Investorline is the Bank of Montreal's on-line trading platform.  Having your accounts on this platform gives you access to BMO's research - the same research that it's advisors use in order to make portfolio decisions and advise clients - of course mixed with their own experience of the markets (which is really what you buy when you hire an advisor).

Recently, (which means I don't know exactly when) BMO launched an additional service on it's Investorline platform: Advice Direct, which is a fee based service enabling on-line investors to talk to a human being presumably qualified to offer advice.  An excellent marketing strategy, and very forward thinking of the Bank, but will it do the job?


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