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JB3729   Tuesday, 03/27/18 12:03:21 PM
Re: Circus Boy post# 39463
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I have participated in the Fully Paid Lending Program at Fidelity. I assume that all brokers handle their borrowing of shares the same way. However, it would make sense to call your broker and get their details.

There are 2 ways for a broker to borrow your shares -

1) You have a margin account and have a margin debit in that account. The margin debit means that you do not fully own the shares held in the account. This entitles the broker to borrow any or all shares of all securities held in the account without notifying you. You will not receive any interest on the shares borrowed from you.

2) Your broker calls you or you call your broker and a Fully Paid Lending Program agreement is completed by you and sent to your broker. This agreement entitles your broker to borrow any or all of the shares in your account (unless you specify shares that you don't want to loan) and you will be paid interest on the shares that are borrowed.

Your shares in your cash account should be safe from broker borrowing as should shares in a margin account that has no margin debit. However, call your broker to verify.

A sell order on a security does not protect it from borrowing. Having a cash account or a margin account with no margin debit does protect your shares from unwanted borrowing


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Curious does a sell order really lock up my shares? I have a cash account. 700k shares I'd like to think I could keep Etrade from borrowing my shares


I need to understand. Does putting a sell order allow Etrade to borrow your shares or does it stop them from borrowing your shares.
Thanks in advance Tommy in Tampa




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