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Introducing $0 commissions on online stock, ETF, and option trades for all new and existing clients. When you add this to our best-in-class platforms, comprehensive education, and local service, you'll see why TD Ameritrade is the smarter way to trade.

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Don't drain your account with unnecessary or hidden fees. We offer a fee structure that matches our straightforward commissions, and is complemented with free access to investing education and platforms.  


  • Stocks & ETFs

    Trade unlimited shares for $0.00 per trade.

    Note: $0 commission applies to U.S. exchange-listed stocks and ETFs. A USD$7.44 commission applies to online trades of over-the-counter (OTC) stocks.


  • Options

    USD$0.70 per contract, with no ticket charge, exercise or assignment fees. Option fees are waived when you buy to close any short individual or single leg option for USD$0.05 or less.


  • Futures &
    Futures Options

    USD$2.41 per contract (plus exchange & regulatory fees).

    Exchange and Regulatory Fees
    Exchange fees vary by exchange and by product. Please visit the appropriate exchange for a list of the associated fees. Please note, the National Futures Association (NFA) also charges a fee of USD$0.01 per contract.


  • *There may be other trading fees involved. Please refer to the fee table below.

  • Trading Fees
  • Stocks Deposits & Transfers

Type

Fee

"Section 31" Fee 2

$0.0000051 per $1.00 of transaction proceeds

Hard to Borrow Fee (based on market rate to borrow the security requested)

Stock Option Exercise/Assignment (per strike)

Reorg and Tender Offers (per item) 3 

Warrant Exercise Fee 4TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc. charges this fee for exercising warrants in your account.

Options Regulatory Fee (ORF) 5

Trading Activity Fee 6

$0.000119 per equity share
$0.002 per options contract
$0.00075 per bond
$0.00000075 x value per asset-backed security trade

Futures Options Exercise and Assignment Fee

Futures commission + exchange fees

Reg T Extension

Forced Sell-out

Select Index Options Will Be Subject to an Exchange Fee Beginning 1/2/2020

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Paper Monthly Statements by U.S. Mail

Paper Trade Confirmations by U.S. Mail

Underlying Symbol

Description

Premium

Expiration

Fee Per Contract

SPX

SPX

SPXW

SPXW

OEX

S&P 100 Index (American-style exercise)

OEX

S&P 100 Index (American-style exercise)

XEO

S&P 100 Index (European-style exercise)

XEO

S&P 100 Index (European-style exercise)

VIX

CBOE Market Volatility Index

VIX

CBOE Market Volatility Index

VIX

CBOE Market Volatility Index

RUT

Type

Fee

Full ACAT Transfer out

Stock Certificate Deposit

Stock Certificate Withdrawal 5This fee is charged by TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc. for having a physical certificate re-registered to an account holder and sent to him/her from him/her account.

Restricted Stock Certificate Deposit for non-affiliates This is the standard charge from TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc. when depositing and clearing restricted stock certificates in a brokerage account. The shares are deposited through the Depository Trust Company (DTC).

Restricted Stock Certificate Deposit for affiliates and special handling This is the standard charge from TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc. when depositing and clearing restricted stock certificates in a brokerage account. The shares are deposited through the Depository Trust Company (DTC).

Registration of DTC ineligible securities (per certificate)

Outgoing DRS/DWAC/DTC to transfer agent DRS = Direct Registration System
DWAC = Deposit/Withdrawal at Custodian
DTC = Depository Trust Company

Incoming DRS/DWAC/DTC Fee (per transaction) DRS = Direct Registration System
DWAC = Deposit/Withdrawal at Custodian
DTC = Depository Trust Company

All Outgoing Wire Transfers

Dollar Range

Above/Below Base Rate

Effective Rate

Under $10,000

$10,000 - $24,999.99

$25,000 - $49,999.99

$50,000 - $99,999.99

$100,000 - $249,999.99

$250,000 - $999,999.99*

Dollar Range

Interest Rate

Annual Percentage Yield

$0.01 - $4,999.99

$5,000.00 - $24,999.99

$25,000.00 - $99,999.99

$100,000.00 - $199,999.99

$200,000.00 - $499,999.99

$500,000.00 - $999,999.99

$1,000,000 +

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Robinhood vs. TD Ameritrade

Founded in 2013, Robinhood is relatively new to the online brokerage space. It helped revolutionize the industry with a simple fee structure: commission-free trades in stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies. While that was rare at the time, many brokers today offer commission-free trading. Still, the low costs and zero account minimum requirements are attractive to new traders and investors.

TD Ameritrade is the product of mergers and acquisitions of former rivals that include National Discount Brokers, Datek Online Holdings, Mydiscountbroker.com, TD Waterhouse, Scottrade, and thinkorswim. Founded in 1975, it's one of the industry giants today, with 11 million client accounts that total more than $1 trillion in assets.

In our 2020 Best Online Brokers reviews, Robinhood earned higher scores than TD Ameritrade in our Best for Options and Best for Low Cost categories. Meanwhile, TD Ameritrade scored better than Robinhood in every other category, including Best Overall, Best for Beginners, Best Stock Trading Apps, Best for Day Trading, Best for International Trading, Best for IRA Accounts, and Best for ETFs.

Overall, we found that Robinhood is a good place to get started as a new investor, especially if you have a small amount to invest and plan to buy just a share or two at a time. TD Ameritrade is a much more versatile broker. It's a great option for all levels of self-directed investors and traders who want a full suite of tools and a customizable trading platform.

Important

On November 25, 2019, Charles Schwab announced a buyout of TD Ameritrade’s online brokerage. The transaction itself is expected to close in the second half of 2020, and in the meantime, the two firms will operate autonomously. Schwab expects the merger of its platforms and services to take place within three years of the close of the deal.

Usability

Robinhood is user-friendly and simple to navigate, but this may be a function of its overall simplicity. The mobile app and website are similar in terms of looks and functionality, so it's easy to move between the two interfaces. Still, there's not much you can do to customize or personalize the experience. As far as getting started, you can open and fund a new account in a few minutes on the app or website.

TD Ameritrade supports four platforms: a web version, thinkorswim (its advanced platform for active traders), and two mobile apps—TD Ameritrade Mobile Trader and thinkorswim Mobile. Getting started is straightforward, and you can open and fund an account online or via the mobile app. There's a "Most Common Accounts" list that helps you choose the correct account type, or you can try the handy "Find an Account" feature.

Trade Experience

Desktop Experience

Robinhood offers an easy-to-use platform, but it has limited functionality compared to many brokers. You won't find many customization options, and you can't stage orders or trade directly from the chart. The trade ticket for stocks is intuitive, but trading options is a bit more complicated. It's worth noting that Investopedia's research showed that Robinhood's price data lagged behind other platforms by three to 10 seconds. Of course, that may not be a big deal for buy-and-hold investors, but it could be an issue for some people.

With TD Ameritrade's web platform, you can customize the order type, quantity, size, and tax-lot methodology. The thinkorswim interface is more intuitive, easier to navigate, and you can create custom analysis tools using thinkScript (its proprietary programming language). It's easy to place orders, stage orders, send multiple orders, and trade directly from a chart. Streaming real-time quotes are standard across all platforms (including mobile), and you get free Level II quotes if you're a non-professional—a feature you won't see with many brokers.

Mobile Experience

Robinhood has one mobile app. TD Ameritrade offers two: the beginner-friendly TD Ameritrade Mobile App and thinkorswim Mobile—designed for active traders. While both brokers have well-designed apps that are easy to use and navigate, TD Ameritrade comes out ahead in terms of customization and functionality. Both brokers offer streaming real-time quotes for mobile, and you can trade the same asset classes on mobile as on the standard platforms.

Range of Offerings

Robinhood supports a limited range of asset classes—you can trade stocks (no shorts), ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies. Its crypto offerings include Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin SV (BSV), Dogecoin (DOGE), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), and Litecoin (LTC). Data is available for ten other coins. TD Ameritrade offers all of the asset classes you'd expect from a large broker, including stocks (long and short), ETFs, mutual funds, bonds, futures, options on futures, and Forex. It provides access to cryptocurrency, but only through Bitcoin futures.

Asset RobinhoodTD Ameritrade
BondsNoYes
Commission-Free ETFsAllAll
Complex OptionsYesYes
CryptocurrencyYesYes (Bitcoin futures)
ForexNoYes
Fractional SharesYesNo
Future OptionsNoYes
Futures/CommoditiesNoYes
International ExchangesNoYes
No-Load, No-Fee Mutual Funds01,955
OTCBB and Penny StocksNoYes
Robo AdvisoryNoYes
Short SalesNoYes

Order Types

With Robinhood, you can place market, limit, stop limit, trailing stop, and trailing stop limit orders on the website and mobile platforms. It doesn't support conditional orders on either platform. The default cost basis is first-in-first-out (FIFO), but you can request to change that. 

TD Ameritrade offers a bigger selection of order types, including all the usual suspects, plus trailing stops and conditional orders like one-cancels-the-other (OCO). There are no restrictions on order types on the mobile platform, and you can stage orders for later entry on all platforms. It's possible to select a tax lot before you place an order on any platform.

Trading Technology

Robinhood doesn't publish its trading statistics, so it's hard to rank its payment for order flow (PFOF) numbers. While the industry standard is to report PFOF on a per-share basis, Robinhood uses a per-dollar basis. The company doesn't disclose its price improvement statistics either. Nevertheless, its target customers tend to trade small quantities, so price improvement may not be a big concern.

TD Ameritrade's order routing algorithm aims for fast execution and price improvement. It publishes price improvement statistics that show most marketable orders get slightly more than 1½ cents per share ($0.015) in price improvement, on average. TD Ameritrade receives some PFOF but claims its order execution engine doesn't prioritize it. In the third quarter of 2019, the company received an average of $0.0012 per share in PFOF.

Costs

Robinhood's trading fees are uncomplicated: You can trade stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies for free. TD Ameritrade offers $0 commissions for online equity, options, and ETF trades for U.S.-based customers (there's a $0.65 per contract option fee). It charges $44.99 for broker-assisted trades and $49.99 for mutual funds outside the no-fee list (Robinhood doesn't offer broker-assisted trades or mutual funds).

Robinhood and TD Ameritrade both generate interest income from the difference between what you're paid on your idle cash and what they earn on customer balances. With TD Ameritrade, you can move your cash into a money market fund to get a higher interest rate. Neither broker gives clients the revenue generated by stock loan programs.

Research Amenities

Robinhood's research offerings are limited. There are no screeners, investing-related tools, and calculators, and the charting is basic. Still, news is available from several outlets, and you can access Morningstar research if you're a Robinhood Gold client ($5/month subscription).

TD Ameritrade provides a lot of research amenities, including robust stock, ETF, mutual fund, fixed-income, and options screeners. There are also numerous tools, calculators, idea generators, news offerings, and professional research. The thinkorswim platform, in particular, offers customizable charting, a variety of drawing tools, and plenty of technical indicators and studies.

Portfolio Analysis

Robinhood's portfolio analysis tools are somewhat limited, but you can view your unrealized gains and losses, total portfolio value, buying power, margin information, dividend history, and tax reports. TD Ameritrade clients have access to real-time buying power and margin information, internal rate of return, and unrealized and realized gains. Monthly tax reports are accessible directly from the website, and you can combine holdings from outside your account to get an overall view.

Education

Robinhood's educational articles are easy to understand. Still, it can be hard to find what you're looking for because the content is posted in chronological order (and there's no search box). There are no videos or webinars, but the daily Robinhood Snacks 3-minute podcast offers some interesting commentary. TD Ameritrade provides a robust library of educational content, including articles, glossaries, videos, and webinars. It averages 500+ webinars a month and hosts more than 1,500 live events each year.

Customer Service

Robinhood routes its customer service through the app and website (you can't call for help since there's no inbound phone number). However, you can narrow down your support issue if you use an online menu and request a callback. TD Ameritrade has 24/7 phone support and chatbots on Twitter, Facebook Messenger, Apple Business Chat, and WeChat (in Asia). Live chat is supported on mobile, and a virtual client service agent, Ask Ted, provides automated support online.

Security

TD Ameritrade's security is up to industry standards. You can log into the app with biometric (face or fingerprint) recognition, and you're protected against account losses due to unauthorized or fraudulent activity. TD Ameritrade carries excess Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) insurance provided by London insurers, which gives each client $149.5 million worth of protection for securities and $2 million of protection for cash. Robinhood's technical security is up to standards, but it's lacking the excess SIPC insurance. However, your cash and securities are protected by standard SIPC insurance, up to $500,000 (including $250,000 for cash claims). 

Through Nov. 2019, neither brokerage had any significant data breaches reported by the Identity Theft Research Center.

Our Verdict

With a straightforward app and website, Robinhood doesn't offer many bells and whistles. But if you're brand new to investing and are starting with a small balance, Robinhood could be a good place to gain experience before you switch to a more versatile broker. Due to its comprehensive educational offerings, live events, and intuitive platforms, TD Ameritrade is our top choice for beginners. Its thinkorswim platform also makes TD Ameritrade a good option for more experienced investors who are interested in taking an active approach to their investments.

Methodology

Investopedia is dedicated to providing investors with unbiased, comprehensive reviews and ratings of online brokers. Our reviews are the result of six months of evaluating all aspects of an online broker’s platform, including the user experience, the quality of trade executions, the products available on their platforms, costs and fees, security, the mobile experience and customer service. We established a rating scale based on our criteria, collecting over 3,000 data points that we weighed into our star scoring system.

In addition, every broker we surveyed was required to fill out a 320-point survey about all aspects of their platform that we used in our testing. Many of the online brokers we evaluated provided us with in-person demonstrations of their platforms at our offices.

Our team of industry experts, led by Theresa W. Carey, conducted our reviews and developed this best-in-industry methodology for ranking online investing platforms for users at all levels. Click here to read our full methodology.

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thinkorswim graphicFor sophisticated investors, TD Ameritrade offers thinkorswim, a powerful set of investment tools oriented specifically at investors who make frequent or complex trades. If you aren’t looking for a semi-professional toolkit, with all of the complexity that entails, then you can feel comfortable moving right along. However, if you work in the most sophisticated ends of the market, then read on to see if thinkorswim is right for you.

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Services & Features: What Does thinkorswim Offer?

Thinkorswim is a full-feature investment platform offered by TD Ameritrade. It complements the firm’s main brand. Where TD Ameritrade’s core platform serves the retail market, thinkorswim is designed to appeal to hard-core investors. This is the kind of platform where searching for a stock not only pulls up its price, but the bid/ask spread, an options chain and an OCO bracket.

As a full service platform, thinkorswim supports all major asset classes. This includes stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, bonds, futures and foreign exchange. It does not, at time of writing, support trading in cryptocurrency. TD Ameritrade also offers three different ways to access the thinkorswim platform, through a desktop client, web browser or in-app trading. While the app-based client is well designed, it is also very lightweight for a platform like thinkorswim. The truth is that if you’re looking for the feature-limited abilities of an app, you’re not looking for the high complexity of something like this platform.

The browser-based portal and desktop portals are both excellent ways to use this service, although the desktop offers a greater range of data options and more customizability than its web-based cousin.

Data and customization are the core of thinkorswim’s service, and this is a double-edged sword.

For its target audience thinkorswim offers an enormous range of choices. Unlike many high-sophistication trading platforms it offers a vast array of both technical and fundamental analysis, allowing you to review not only the movements of a given asset but also the news information about the companies behind those securities. For any given asset you can build out your own trading screen, charting the issues that matter to your own personal strategy. Whether you’re looking for pricing information, volatility or even strategy-based indicators, thinkorswim has a drafting option for that. There are hundreds of possible technical indicators to select from, so you’re almost guaranteed to find one that best suits your trading needs.

Fundamental analysis is best served in the desktop client, which has a range of widgets that include news, analysis, currency maps, Level 2 data and (for the whimsical trader, or just the bored) Tetris. The Level 2 data in particular helps make thinkorswim a useful platform for day traders and other high-speed and high-volume investors.

Complementing these features, thinkorswim supports a full range of complex order types. For equities and derivatives alike, you can set up pre-scripted trades that support a wide range of positions. From basic choices like limits and stops, thinkorswim scales up your choices to timed trades, triggers, conditionals and more on a system that supports up to eight legs. Like the rest of thinkorswim, this can be customized and pre-set. If you have complex trades that you regularly conduct you can build them to be ready at the push of a button.

Finally, thinkorswim supports a full paper trading mode. This means that you can set up a simulated account within the platform and trade with made-up money. This is an excellent opportunity for investors to get more comfortable with the program, learning to use its many (many) tools before putting real money on the line.

Fees: How Much Does thinkorswim Cost?

There are usually four types of fees to look out for when choosing a trading platform. You should look out for these when evaluating any investment or trading service:

  • Trading Fees – Any fixed charge attached to each trade that you make. This can come in the form of a flat fee or what’s known as the “spread.” This is when your broker charges you based on the difference, if any, between the buying and the selling price of an asset.
  • Trading Commissions – This is when a broker will charge you a percentage based on the volume or value of each trade.
  • Inactivity Fees – Any fees that the broker charges you for not trading, such as for keeping money in a brokerage account.
  • Non-Trading/Other Fees – Any form of fee for trading on this platform not covered above. For example, a brokerage might charge you for making deposits into your brokerage account, taking money out of it or signing up for additional services.

Thinkorswim’s price models are in line with most of the market. It charges nothing to trade stocks and ETFs, and options cost $0.65 per contract. Most bonds cost $1, and mutual funds that are not on TD Ameritrade’s extensive no-fee list cost $50. Futures contracts can cost up to $5 per trade. Forex trades are based on the bid/ask spread between individual currencies, and foreign stocks incur a $6.95 trading fee. Unlike many sophisticated platforms there is no minimum balance for using thinkorswim, although margin traders will have to maintain one.

TD Ameritrade supports short sales and margin orders, and interest rates begin at 9.5% depending on your account balance. Broker-assisted trading is also available for $25 per trade.

This platform does not charge for most standard transactions, such as depositing or withdrawing money. However, some niche fees can apply depending on specific transactions.

Effectiveness: How Well Does thinkorswim Work?

Woman using thinkorswimThinkorswim is difficult to place. On one level, the array of tools offered by this software is nothing short of dizzying. This software offers hundreds of discrete technical indicators and piece of tracking data. It offers more than 4,000 different data points from banks and the Federal Reserve. The desktop platform offers near endless customization, and the ability to build pre-set orders based on your personal trading patterns is very useful.

The platform itself also simply works. While it doesn’t quite offer the lightning-fast speed or macro-intensive layout of other platforms built specifically for day traders, this is a responsive system that (once again) allows you to build its many windows and widgets in the way that suits you best.

As noted above, the ability to build that custom trading screen using the paper trading feature is particularly nice. It’s far better to experiment with fake money than real.

All of that said, thinkorswim is an absolute bear to use. It is complicated even by the standards of high-sophistication trading screens. Finding even a single asset can mean digging through several layers of menus, while finding the data you want for that asset means looking even further. Tools are hidden at the top of the screen, three layers deep in menus, inside the left-hand widget, the right-hand tool bar and more.

This is not inherently a deal breaker. Despite a steep learning curve, once you learn how to use this system it moves much more smoothly. And while thinkorswim does demand far more clicks-per-action than many competitors, its customization options can help you mitigate this problem by building your trading screen to your preferred tools and data. That said, these things simply mitigate the complexity that will still define much of your trading experience in this sprawling platform.

The Bottom Line

Two people using thinkorswimThinkorswim offers some of the most highest levels of data and options of any high-sophistication trading platform on the market today. This is a vast and extremely complicated program, so even the most sophisticated traders should expect a steep learning curve going in. But if you’re looking for a semi-professional toolkit, this one is hard to beat. For investors who would like to up their game, there’s also a paper trading function to use.

Tips for Investing

  • For investors just getting started, picking the right trading platform can be a key step in the process. Our guide on investing for beginners can help you learn the other key steps in this process, from understanding the numbers to picking your assets.
  • Practice makes perfect, and while you should certainly practice as much as possible there are also people out there who practice 40 hours per week. Consider financial advisors. We can put you in a room with them. SmartAsset’s matching tool can help you find a financial professional in your area in minutes to help you go over your money and build a plan … the way only the pros can do it. If you’re ready, get started now.

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Pricing

Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing. A prospectus, obtained by calling 800-669-3900, contains this and other important information about an investment company. Read carefully before investing.

1The Fund Family will charge fees as detailed in the fund prospectus.

296.9% price improvement rate reflects market orders executed between October and December 2020 in exchange-listed stocks less than 2,000 shares in size, representing the vast majority of our clients' market orders. Statistics provided by S3 Matching Technologies, which is not affiliated with TD Ameritrade.

Price improvement is not guaranteed. Price improvement percentage is calculated by dividing executed market orders receiving price(s) better than the National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO) at the time of order routing by the total number of orders executed. Price improvement savings is the difference between the order execution price and the NBBO at the time of order routing, multiplied by executed shares.

†No-Transaction-Fee (NTF) mutual funds are no-load mutual funds for which TD Ameritrade does not charge a transaction fee. Mutual funds have other fees, and expenses that apply to a continued investment in the fund and are described in the prospectus.

Market volatility, volume and system availability may delay account access and trade executions.

All investing involves risk, including loss of principal. When redeemed, an investment may be worth more or less than the original investment amount.

TD Ameritrade does not charge platform, maintenance, or inactivity fees. Commissions, service fees, and exception fees may apply. Please review our commission schedule and rates and fees schedule for details.

Commission Schedules and Fees may vary by program, location or arrangement and are subject to change upon 30 days notice. All prices are shown in U.S. dollars. TD Ameritrade charges a Reg Fee on certain transactions. These charges are typically based on fees assessed under various regulations applicable to transactions. It may include any of the following: a sales fee on certain sell transactions (assessed at a rate consistent with Section 31 of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934), the Options Regulatory Fee (applicable to options transactions), among other charges.

Options involve risks and are not suitable for all investors as the special risks inherent to options trading may expose investors to potentially rapid and substantial losses. Options trading privileges subject to TD Ameritrade review and approval. Please read Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Optionsbefore trading options.

Reviewed against 10 other online brokers, TD Ameritrade was named #1 Overall Broker in the StockBrokers.com 2021 Online Broker Review (3 years in a row). We rated #1 in several categories, including "Platforms & Tools" (10 years in a row), "Education" (9 years in a row), “Beginner Investors” (9 years in a row), “Desktop Trading Platform: thinkorswim®” (9 years in a row), and “Active Trading”. We were also rated Best in Class (within the top 5) for “Commissions & Fees”, "Offering of Investments" (7 years in a row), "Research" (10 years in a row), "Mobile Trading" (9 years in a row), "Ease of Use" (5 years in a row), "IRA Accounts" (2 years in a row), “Futures Trading” (2 years in a row) and "Options Trading" (11 years in a row). Read the full article.

Investments in fixed income products are subject to liquidity (or market) risk, interest rate risk (bonds ordinarily decline in price when interest rates rise and rise in price when interest rates fall), financial (or credit) risk, inflation (or purchasing power) risk and special tax liabilities. May be worth less than the original cost upon redemption.

Futures and futures options trading involves substantial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Please read the Risk Disclosure Statement prior to trading futures products. 

Forex trading involves leverage, carries a high level of risk and is not suitable for all investors. Please read the NFA booklet Trading Forex: What Investors Need to Know prior to trading forex products.

The forex market is open from 5:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily, Sunday through Friday. Beginning at 5:00 p.m., forex pairs may be opened at various intervals to ensure market liquidity. As part of routine daily maintenance, generally conducted between 12:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. and lasting approximately 2 minutes, the trading platform may not be available. Times referenced are Central Standard Time or Central Daylight Time, whichever is in effect. Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC utilizes JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. as its forex prime broker. Liquidity providers are JP Morgan, Citadel Securities, XTX Markets, and Virtu Financial.

A forex dealer may be compensated via commission and/or mark-up on forex trades. Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC does not charge commission on forex transactions nor does it offer commission-based forex pairs. However, the cost of the trade is reflected in the bid/ask spread. Additional information may be found in its NFA 2-36 and CFTC 1.55 Disclosure Document.

Forex trading exposes you to risk including, but not limited to, market volatility, volume, congestion, and system or component failures, which may delay account access and/or Forex trade executions. Prices can change quickly and there is no guarantee that the execution price of your order will be at or near the quote displayed at order entry (“slippage”). Account access delays and slippage can occur at any time but are most prevalent during periods of higher volatility, at market open or close, or due to the size and type of order.

Futures and forex accounts are not protected by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).

Futures, futures options, and forex trading services provided by Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC. Trading privileges subject to review and approval. Not all clients will qualify. Forex accounts are not available to residents of Ohio or Arizona. Prior to a name change in September 2021, Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC was known as TD Ameritrade Futures & Forex LLC.

Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC, a CFTC-registered Futures Commission Merchant and NFA Forex Dealer Member. Charles Schwab Futures and Forex LLC is a subsidiary of The Charles Schwab Corporation.

Taxes related to TD Ameritrade offers are your responsibility. All Promotional items and cash received during the calendar year will be included on your consolidated Form 1099. Please consult a legal or tax advisor for the most recent changes to the U.S. tax code and for rollover eligibility rules.

This is not an offer or solicitation in any jurisdiction where we are not authorized to do business or where such offer or solicitation would be contrary to the local laws and regulations of that jurisdiction, including, but not limited to persons residing in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, UK, and the countries of the European Union.

TD Ameritrade, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC, a subsidiary of The Charles Schwab Corporation. TD Ameritrade is a trademark jointly owned by TD Ameritrade IP Company, Inc. and The Toronto-Dominion Bank. ©2021 Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. All rights reserved.

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And maybe this is the main reason. He is sincere with me, and therefore it is easy for me to be with him - easy and comfortable. and also - he has an awesome ass.

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