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Questrade offers competitive pricing on over 50 currency pairs with target spreads of as low as 1.7 pip under normal market conditions.
Questrade, Inc. is an Ontario company with its registered office in Toronto, Ontario and is registered as an investment dealer in every province. Questrade, Inc. is a member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada, the Canadian Investor Protection Fund and a participating organization of the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, and the Montreal Exchange.
Questrade was founded in 1999 with a clear mission: help Canadians achieve financial independence by providing them with the best investment products, trading technology, and client services.
All accounts are accepted solely at the discretion of Questrade, Inc. Questrade accepts customer orders only on an unsolicited basis, and does not make any recommendations whatsoever regarding any security or securities product.
Questrade was Canada’s first direct access brokerage to become a member of the IDA, now known as IIROC (Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada) in 2001.
Questrade customers’ accounts are protected by the Canadian Investor Protection Fund within specified limits.
Trade stocks for 1¢ per share (min $4.95 / max $9.95), buy ETFs for free, trade bonds commissions-free, and get back up to 1% of your mutual fund trailer fees.
Take on the global markets with contracts for difference (CFDs) and over 50 foreign currency pairs.
Visit Questrade official website: www.questrade.com
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Forex is sometimes called the wild west of trading. It’s a market that is only beginning to see regulations enforced consistently across the country. In order to protect your money, ensure you are dealing with a broker who is properly licensed and regulated.
In 2001, Questrade was Canada’s first direct access brokerage to become a member of the IDA, now known as IIROC (Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada).
Customers’ accounts are protected by the Canadian Investor Protection Fund within specified limits. A brochure describing the nature and limits of coverage is available upon request.
Canadians trading through non-registered foreign entities receive none of these protections. You may be risking your capital by trading with firms who are violating provincial securities laws. Check your provincial securities commission’s web site for registration information.