Re: Futures Fee Schedule


Jul 2, 2016

 


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#7736 Jul 2, 2016

Tom, Is that $1/contract for ES?. Does that include the exchange fees? Bevan, I.m with TOS/TDA, so are most people on this group.. They certainly are not paying 2.25/contract nor the non-member E/A exchange fees that they claim they are passing directly from the exchanges onto their customers. ��With futures, the 2.25/contract commission is only half of the story.. The other half of the story is the exchange fee.. Say for instance, the exchange fee for ES is 1.18. .That brings Tom.s total cost to 2.18/contract (effectively double) assuming he is paying 1/contract on commission. ��I.m under the impression that Exchange Fees are non-negotiable with TDA?. Just wonder if anyone had any success? thx, wende(Spin-off from the original thread below..) ��From: supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.com [mailto:supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, July 2, 2016 3:11 AMTo: supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [SuperTraderKarenStudy] Re: Tom's Version of KST



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#7738 Jul 3, 2016

Hello Wende,

The $1 does not include exchange fees...

Tom



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#7742 Jul 4, 2016

I am at 1.25 plus exchange. At 2500 contracts per month you can get 1.15ish and if Tom is doing much more volume like 3-5k contracts then you can get down to the $1 so that makes sense. Futures is much harder to negotiate. I was able to get .75 per contract with no ticket charge just by transferring a large account without having to prove trading volume but they started me at the standard 2.50 plus exchange on futures. Hopefully now that I have moved to ES options only I will be able to get Toms rate soon



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#7743 Jul 4, 2016

You can get as low as .90 0n SPX which is where I was before leaving the retail platform.



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#7750 Jul 5, 2016

radjamax:

If I understand you correctly, you pay ~$1.25 for each option contract for equity or cash index, but $0.75 per contract for /es or /es options?

Thanks,JoAnn



On Monday, July 4, 2016 9:03 AM, "radjamax@... [supertraderkarenstudy]" supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.com> wrote:



��I am at 1.25 plus exchange. At 2500 contracts per month you can get 1.15ish and if Tom is doing much more volume like 3-5k contracts then you can get down to the $1 so that makes sense. Futures is much harder to negotiate. I was able to get .75 per contract with no ticket charge just by transferring a large account without having to prove trading volume but they started me at the standard 2.50 plus exchange on futures. Hopefully now that I have moved to ES options only I will be able to get Toms rate soon



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#7766 Jul 6, 2016

Thanks!. It seems that 1.2ish + exchange is as low as it gets for futures. ��From: supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.com [mailto:supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Monday, July 4, 2016 7:04 AMTo: supertraderkarenstudy@yahoogroups.comSubject: [SuperTraderKarenStudy] Re: Futures Fee Schedule



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#7777 Jul 8, 2016

No other way around. $0.75 for equity and cash index. $1.25 for futures options and futures. No ticket charges. $5 stock any #shares



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