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You will pay $6.95 for your first 29 stock or options trades (plus 75¢ per options contract) and $4.95 thereafter up to 500 stock or options trades (plus 50¢ per options contract). Your account will be credited for trades within a week of the executed trade, after paying the applicable commission charge.
How to Buy Stocks Step 1: Open an online brokerage account. Step 2: Select the stocks you want to buy. Step 3: Decide how many shares to buy. Step 4: Choose your stock order type. Step 5: Optimize your stock portfolio.
1. The standard online $0 commission does not apply to large block transactions requiring special handling, restricted stock transactions, trades placed directly on a foreign exchange, transaction-fee mutual funds, futures, or fixed income investments. Options trades will be subject to the standard $.65 per-contract fee.
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