Why Score Priority
Score Priority is committed to providing trading solutions to a diverse range of clients.
Our leadership team has decades of experience in the financial industry, working with competitive hedge funds and financial institutions. Whether you’re a novice trader or an advanced professional, Score Priority aims to offer the right services for you.
Access the U.S. Markets
Unlimited, $0 commission* trading on U.S.-listed stocks and ETFs, with direct low-cost access to other global markets. We offer straightforward pricing and easy-to-use technology, available in your own country.
*Commission-free trading only available through the Score Priority trading platform. Free commission trading does not include options, OTCBB or Pink Sheets, or extended hours trading. Other fees, such as regulatory, service, or other fees, may apply. Please visit our Pricing Page for further information. All investing incurs risk, including but not limited to loss of principal. Further information may be found on our Disclosures Page.
Through our acquisition of Lime Execution, a leading institutional broker and technology provider, our experienced leadership team relies on decades of institutional experience with hedge funds to develop products and services for you. We offer institutional-grade technology to retail investors who are new to investing as well as systemic traders who rely on advanced technology.
Score Priority is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), which offers protection against the loss of cash and securities held by a customer at a financially troubled SIPC-member brokerage firm for both U.S. and international investors. The SIPC protects the securities and cash in a customer’s brokerage account up to $500,000. The $500,000 protection includes up to $250,000 protection for cash in the account subject to periodic adjustments for inflation in accordance with terms of the SIPC statute and approval by SIPC’s board of directors.
Coverage does not protect against a decline in the market value of securities, nor does coverage extend to investments in commodity futures, fixed annuities, currency, hedge funds, or investment contracts (such as limited partnerships) that are not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For more details, please review our SIPC statement.