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cintrix Member Level  Thursday, 12/14/17 05:16:53 PM
Re: $hellKing post# 5041
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No, it is for every stock - multiply the amount of shares by .000119 with a 5.95 max cap.

1. FINRA levies a Trading Activity Fee (TAF) for sales of covered securities that we pass through to you. The FINRA TAF for sales of equity securities is currently $0.000119 per share with a per-transaction cap of $5.95. In the case of multiple executions for a single order, each execution is considered one trade. For example, if you sell 1,000 equity securities the fee would be the number of shares 1,000 multiplied by $0.000119 which equals $0.119. The FINRA TAF for option sales is currently $0.002 per contract. For example, if you sell 100 options contracts, the fee would be the number of contracts 100 multiplied by $0.002, which equals $0.20. The FINRA TAF for a covered TRACE-eligible security (other than an asset-backed security) and/or municipal security is $0.00075 multiplied by the number of bonds, with a maximum charge of $0.75 per trade. For example, if you sell 100 bonds, then the fee would be $0.075. Please note FINRA TAF Fees are subject to change.


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