|Locate the ‘Orders’ widget on the Score Priority Plus trading platform. You will see a cancel button next to each open order. Press the cancel button to submit a request to cancel your order.|
|Open equity orders may only be changed between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) during normal market hours. Outside these times, you must cancel your order and enter a new order. From the Score Priority Plus trading platform, locate the ‘Orders’ widget. In order to modify the order, click on the “Replace” button, located in the “Replace” column. Please note that all order change requests are subject to prior fills, including fills not yet displaying on the system. New quantity represents the total number of shares including shares already filled by the order being changed.|
|At Score Priority, you may trade in Stocks, ETFs, Options, Mutual Funds, Futures, Options on Futures and OTC (Over the Counter Stocks).|
|The online cost to trade options is $0.50 per contract.|
|Yes, you will need to update your account with an Options Agreement. Please submit Option Agreement via document upload or scan and email it to email@example.com.|
|Requests to exercise options can be submitted at any point before 3:00 PM EST on the last trading day prior to the date of expiration. Please note that for a request to be processed the same day, it must be received via email prior to 3:00 PM EST. Please submit the request to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|You can view this on your monthly statement and on your Score Priority online trading account. To view your statements online, click on the “Reports” button located inside of client portal/ MY ACCOUNT. To view the assigned transaction, select a two-day time range after the day that you submitted the assigned request.|
|Score Priority offers clients with cash and IRA accounts the ability to purchase calls and puts and write covered calls (if approved). Qualified margin accounts have the ability to write uncovered calls and puts (if approved). Qualified margin accounts must have a minimum of $25,000 in equity to write uncovered puts and a minimum of $100,000 in equity to write uncovered calls. Complex option strategies, including spreads and straddles, will be added in the coming months.|
|No, options cannot be borrowed against at Score Priority.|
|Yes. Streaming option quotes are available on the Score Priority platforms.|
|No. At this time, Score Priority does not offer option charting or historical option pricing information.|
|IRA accounts are eligible to be authorized for Options Level 1 & 2, allowing you to purchase calls and puts and write covered call options. Uncovered option trading is not permitted for IRA accounts. In order to update your account for options trading, please submit the Option Account Agreement via document upload or scan and email it to email@example.com.|
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