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  • SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation) Insurance

    The eToro trading platform (the “Platform”) is operated by each of the following U.S. entities: (1) eToro USA LLC, a Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) registered and state licensed mo...

  • What is Risk Tolerance?

    Risk tolerance is a spectrum. It refers to the amount of variability you are willing to accept within your investment portfolio. Investors with a higher risk tolerance are willing to risk greater l...

  • What is a Limit Order

    Limit orders are used to cap the price you are willing to sell or purchase a security. You can place a limit price for both buy and sell orders, as outlined below.  Buy Limit Orders On a buy order,...

  • What is Liquid Net Worth?

    Your ‘liquid’ net worth is the value of assets that can be turned into cash immediately. This typically includes cash, currency, liquid publicly traded stocks, liquid publicly traded bonds, liquid ...

  • What is an option?

    An option is a type of contract which gives the purchaser the right to buy or sell an underlying security (stocks, currencies, bonds, commodities, futures, and indexes) at an agreed upon price with...

  • Account Transfers from eToro Options

    Initiating an account transfer from eToro Options is handled by the company receiving the transfer. They should be able to help you with the process.   NOTE: there is a $75 fee associated with tran...

  • What is a strike price?

    On an option contract, a strike price is the pre-determined price at which the underlying security can be bought or sold upon exercise or assignment. For a Call option, the strike price is the pric...

  • What are the bid/ask prices?

    The Bid price is the current highest price a buyer is willing to pay for a security. The Ask price is the current lowest price a seller is willing to accept in order to sell a security.

  • How do I view or change my Suitability Information?

    You can review your currently suitability selections on your most recent account statement. Alternatively, you can reach out to our team, and we’ll be happy to send you your official suitability in...

  • What is settlement?

    In the context of trading securities, settlement refers to the transaction where cash is exchanged for the underlying security. A stock trade takes 2 business days (Trade date + 2 days) for the tra...