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September 30, 2008, 12:05:50 PM
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Maverick88


When looking at a quote on quotetracker it says ask:0.20 then when I look on TD Ameritrade is say ask:0.22 which is correct?

September 30, 2008, 12:33:11 PM
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If you have your QT connected with your tdameritrade account, they must be the same.
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September 30, 2008, 12:42:06 PM
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Maverick88


Yes I do, you are given the choice at the beginning of signup correct? You log on to quotetracker using your TD Ameritrade account. The only thing I did not opt for was executing trades through quotetracker. I checked right now and they were the same but, a few minutes ago they were different, seems TD always has a higher asking.

A side question, I just opened my TDAmeritrade account and it says you have $2000 in your balance for trading, and withdrawal. However it will not allow me to place an order.

September 30, 2008, 01:36:03 PM
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Yes I do, you are given the choice at the beginning of signup correct? You log on to quotetracker using your TD Ameritrade account. The only thing I did not opt for was executing trades through quotetracker. I checked right now and they were the same but, a few minutes ago they were different, seems TD always has a higher asking.

A side question, I just opened my TDAmeritrade account and it says you have $2000 in your balance for trading, and withdrawal. However it will not allow me to place an order. Do I have to wait a certian amoutn of time? I transferred money in directly from my bank account.

September 30, 2008, 01:43:30 PM
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If it says that the funds are available for trading, I have no idea why you can't trade, just send them an email from inside your account, usually they respond very fast, within an hour or less.
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September 30, 2008, 02:38:15 PM
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TDAmeritrade will not allow you to trade penny stocks until 3 or 5 business days or so.  I had the same issue when i initially opened mine.  Like doc said, send them an email or call for better explanation.
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September 30, 2008, 02:44:02 PM
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TDAmeritrade will not allow you to trade penny stocks until 3 or 5 business days or so.  I had the same issue when i initially opened mine.  Like doc said, send them an email or call for better explanation.

All these stupid restrictions...  :(   Go to Zecco!!!  ;) 

October 01, 2008, 01:19:21 AM
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Yes I do, you are given the choice at the beginning of signup correct? You log on to quotetracker using your TD Ameritrade account. The only thing I did not opt for was executing trades through quotetracker. I checked right now and they were the same but, a few minutes ago they were different, seems TD always has a higher asking.

A side question, I just opened my TDAmeritrade account and it says you have $2000 in your balance for trading, and withdrawal. However it will not allow me to place an order. Do I have to wait a certian amoutn of time? I transferred money in directly from my bank account.


If you just deposited the funds via electronic transfer, there is a three day waiting period for the funds to clear before you are authorized to trade.
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October 01, 2008, 08:59:32 PM
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Silly question would that be after the 3 days or on the 3rd? I opened it on sunday and my account looks like this:

Cash balance   $0.00   
Money market   $2,000.00   
Avail. funds for trading   $2,000.00   
Avail. for withdrawal   $2,000.00   
Non-marginable funds   $0.00   
Account value   $2,000.00

Could the problem be that I opened a cash account? if so how would I go about changing to a cash,margin? Just calling in? I e-mailed them yesterday and no reply yet.

Sorry for all the questions.