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I have some questions regarding the rules surrounding pattern day trading, margin, and day trade buying power and how they interact with each other. … Assume to following scenario: The account is a margin account. The account has $30,000 USD in cash. The account has been flagged as a pattern day trading account. …
asked Jul 21 '20 by ZSwat
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I am kind of new to day trading stocks. I was just a bit confused regarding the pattern day trade rule which prevents people with under $25,000 to exceed 3 day trades per week. … Assuming it all has to be my cash not margin, I would like to present a situations and would love to know your opinion: I ran out of 3 day trades and on my 4th trade of the week I buy 24,000 worth of …
asked Dec 21 '16 by InWoods
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How much margin did I use at the end of the day? Can I do as many 2000 USD round-trips a day as I like? … I am interested in an answer both relating to stock and forex trading, and any other instrument that settles instantly or otherwise allows me to trade 100s of round-trips each day. …
asked Apr 2 '18 by delica
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But the problem is Pattern Day Trade Rule.From finra.org The rules adopt the term "pattern day trader," which includes any margin customer that day trades (buys then sells or sells short then buys … period. - See more at: http://www.finra.org/investors/day-trading-margin-requirements-know-rules#sthash.1Qj9Gkbd.dpuf I wanted to ask if selling and buying the same stock is 1 or 2 trades? …
asked May 7 '16 by BsD
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I've been trading options on a pattern day trading account for a couple of years and now want to trade stocks. Options are settled overnight and funds available the next day. … Does the broker lend you the funds on margin to be able to trade the next day and is the buying power still 4 x? …
asked Apr 18 '20 by DreamWvr
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If there is a minimum capital necessary needed to day trade, can't I just use a normal account and day trade with that if I don't use margin? …
asked Jul 20 '18 by chrislam5459
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The specific type of trading I am curious about would not carry a position from day to day--in other words, the individual trading would not have a position from one trading day to the next. … All income generated would be from the profits received from day-trading (part of which would sitting in the margin account of the clearing firm). …
asked Nov 28 '15 by npp1993
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HI I recently received a day trading margin call of $14,852.63 requirement. I do not have that much money. What should I do? Should I close my trades and take all cash out? … UPDATE: I obtained the cash they needed for margin call. I want to sell a stock which I bought on margin as it has reached 80% of my target. …
asked Feb 20 '11 by user2494
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I am new to the stock market and the Day Trade. … I need your help to clarify some definitions (from Fidelity): "A Day Trade is defined as an opening trade followed by a closing trade in the same security on the same day in a Margin account." …
asked Jan 12 '21 by peterB
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If I have a margin Day Trade account, after some transactions/tradings there is only $25,000 cash in this account now. There are some cases for this Day Trade account I need to know its status. … case 2: If the stocks go down in the afternoon, at the end of the trading day, that $10,000 worth of stocks only has a $9,000 market value, the above account will get a call/warning about the $25,000 requirement …
asked Jan 13 '21 by peterB
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I recently learned that the pattern day trader rule will keep me from day trading stocks because I have less than $25,000. … Then I find out the T+3 rule for cash accounts which seems to imply that I still can't day trade the way I want (roughly 10 trades 5 days a week). …
asked May 15 '16 by Frobot
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I understand the differences between short-term and long-term positions and how they are taxed ( for the most part anyway), but my question is how is day trading different from flipping? … I've read that you are listed as a day trader when you buy and sell the same stock 3 times within one day, for 3 days within a rolling 5 day period. …
asked Apr 28 '14 by user14777
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Other than the obvious answer of "don't day trade" what ways can I avoid being labeled a pattern day trader. … For example will I be labeled a day trader if: If I do three day trades every week in a margin account but never more than 3 in a week with no other trading activity on the account. …
asked Jul 15 '11 by Justin Ohms
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I am just educating myself on margin trading (I have no real desire to try it any time soon) and was wondering if you may help me with a scenario and a few basic questions to see if my logic is correct … Scenario: I have a margin account where I can put down 30% and leverage 70% from my brokerage (pretty standard I assume). I would like to go long on a stock that is trading at $4.00 per share. …
asked Jan 3 '18 by arrydavid
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of day trades represents more than six percent of the customer’s total trades in the margin account for that same five business day period. … Does this rule apply if you are not trading from a margin account? …
asked Mar 3 '18 by vincent31337

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