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Protecting our customers' personal and financial information is one of our top priorities. In addition to some of the most advanced online security available, we offer the E*TRADE Complete Protection Guarantee, which protects your privacy, your assets, and every transaction you make.


E*TRADE charges $0 commission for online US-listed stock, ETF, mutual fund, and options trades. Exclusions may apply and E*TRADE reserves the right to charge variable commission rates. The standard options contract fee is $0.65 per contract (or $0.50 per contract for customers who execute at least 30 stock, ETF, and options trades per quarter). The retail online $0 commission does not apply to Over-the-Counter (OTC) securities transactions, foreign stock transactions, large block transactions requiring special handling, futues, or fixed income investments. Service charges apply for trades placed through a broker ($25). Stock plan account transactions are subject to a separate commission schedule. All fees and expenses as described in a fund's prospectus still apply. Additional regulatory and exchange fees may apply. For more information about pricing, visit etrade.com/pricing.


To determine where it is trading relative to its support and resistance, choose from a variety of technical studies built into StreetSmart Edge, such as Simple Moving Average and Bollinger Bands, which we see here. There are strong indicators that ZL Communications may have broken through its resistance zone and is now in an uptrend. You can also access additional third-party technical analysis tools to help you assess potential entry and exit opportunities, including chart pattern recognition from Recognia.


Along with powerful trading tools, Schwab provides you with extensive insight, robust educational resources, and personalized service that can help you become a better trader. Make the most of your trading when you open a Schwab account today.


1. Standard online $0 commission does not apply to over-the-counter (OTC) equities, transaction-fee mutual funds, futures, fixed-income investments, or trades placed directly on a foreign exchange or in the Canadian market. Options trades will be subject to the standard $0.65 per-contract fee. Service charges apply for trades placed through a broker ($25) or by automated phone ($5). Exchange process, ADR, and Stock Borrow fees still apply. See the Charles Schwab Pricing Guide for Individual Investors for full fee and commission schedules.


Multiple leg online option orders such as spreads, straddles, combinations and rollouts are charged $0.65 per contract fees for the total number of option contracts. For Broker Assisted Options Commissions, add $25 to the Online Options Commission. Complex option orders involving both an equity and an option leg, including Buy/Writes or Write/Unwinds are charged per contract fees for the option.


Idea Hub offers self-directed investors the ability to explore new trading ideas for options that are determined based on pre-set screening criteria. Please note that Idea Hub does not consider open orders, existing positions, or other factors and is solely intended for educational and informational purposes. The examples within the Idea Hub are not intended as recommendations to buy, sell, or hold any particular security nor implement any particular strategy. Users of the Idea Hub should not make investment decisions based solely upon the ideas generated by this tool. You are solely responsible for your investment decisions, and should carefully evaluate the examples to help determine whether or not they are right for you based on your own personal situation. The use of this tool does not constitute an investment recommendation by Schwab and should also not be considered financial, legal, or tax advice. Where specific advice is necessary or appropriate, Schwab recommends consultation with a qualified tax advisor, CPA, financial planner, or investment manager.


The Trade & Probability Calculator provides calculations that are hypothetical in nature and do not reflect actual investment results or guarantee future results. The calculations do not consider commissions or other costs and do not consider other positions in your account(s) for which this specific trade is taking place. Rather, these values are based solely on the individual contract or pair of contracts in this specific trade. In addition, the calculations do not consider the specific date of dividend, early assignment, and other risks associated with options trading. Options which expire before the estimated dates have calculated values based on underlying prices as of the estimated dates, as if option is expiring on the estimated date. Investment decisions should not be made based solely upon values generated by the Trade & Probability Calculator.


StockBrokers.com: "2022 Online Broker Review" published January 11, 2022. Participation in the review is voluntary; a total of 15 online brokers participated in the 2022 review. The Online Broker Review assesses participating online brokers on 205 variables across nine categories: Customer Service, Commissions & Fees, Research, Platforms & Tools, Mobile Trading Apps, Offering of Investments, Education, Ease of Use, and Overall. Star ratings are out of five possible stars and are based on a calculation that combines the variable assessment with an opinion score from 1-10 with 10 being "very good" in StockBrokers.com's opinion. Best in Class are online brokers who have placed within the Top 5 for a category. Industry Awards are awarded based on the opinions of StockBrokers.com's research team. Read our 2022 Review. For further information on how the ratings were calculated, see StockBrokers.com's "How We Test".


Futures and futures options trading involves substantial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Please read the Risk Disclosure for Futures and Options prior to trading futures products. Futures accounts are not protected by SIPC. Futures and futures options trading services provided by Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC. Trading privileges subject to review and approval. Not all clients will qualify.


Online trading platforms have become a popular way investors can buy and sell digital assets, including coins and tokens offered and sold in so-called Initial Coin Offerings ("ICOs"). The platforms often claim to give investors the ability to quickly buy and sell digital assets. Many of these platforms bring buyers and sellers together in one place and offer investors access to automated systems that display priced orders, execute trades, and provide transaction data.


A number of these platforms provide a mechanism for trading assets that meet the definition of a "security" under the federal securities laws. If a platform offers trading of digital assets that are securities and operates as an "exchange," as defined by the federal securities laws, then the platform must register with the SEC as a national securities exchange or be exempt from registration. The federal regulatory framework governing registered national securities exchanges and exempt markets is designed to protect investors and prevent against fraudulent and manipulative trading practices.


To get the protections offered by the federal securities laws and SEC oversight when trading digital assets that are securities, investors should use a platform or entity registered with the SEC, such as a national securities exchange, alternative trading system ("ATS"), or broker-dealer.


The SEC staff has concerns that many online trading platforms appear to investors as SEC-registered and regulated marketplaces when they are not. Many platforms refer to themselves as "exchanges," which can give the misimpression to investors that they are regulated or meet the regulatory standards of a national securities exchange. Although some of these platforms claim to use strict standards to pick only high-quality digital assets to trade, the SEC does not review these standards or the digital assets that the platforms select, and the so-called standards should not be equated to the listing standards of national securities exchanges. Likewise, the SEC does not review the trading protocols used by these platforms, which determine how orders interact and execute, and access to a platform's trading services may not be the same for all users. Again, investors should not assume the trading protocols meet the standards of an SEC-registered national securities exchange. Lastly, many of these platforms give the impression that they perform exchange-like functions by offering order books with updated bid and ask pricing and data about executions on the system, but there is no reason to believe that such information has the same integrity as that provided by national securities exchanges.


Some online trading platforms may not meet the definition of an exchange under the federal securities laws, but directly or indirectly offer trading or other services related to digital assets that are securities. For example, some platforms offer digital wallet services (to hold or store digital assets) or transact in digital assets that are securities. These and other services offered by platforms may trigger other registration requirements under the federal securities laws, including broker-dealer, transfer agent, or clearing agency registration, among other things. In addition, a platform that offers digital assets that are securities may be participating in the unregistered offer and sale of securities if those securities are not registered or exempt from registration. 041b061a72


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