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C2 Broker etf trades


#1

Does C2 Broker allow etf trades?


#2

yes, following in C2Broker gives you the full range of allowable symbols that C2 itself has for placing orders. If you can trade the ETF/ETN in your C2 strategy, you can follow it in C2Broker (I asked them this myself a few days ago). In IRA accounts too (which makes them more flexible than most IRA accounts at other brokers).


#3

Perfect. Really appreciate the reply. Thanks a bunch.


#4

More help – it is hard to find this link:

That’s the full listing of US stocks/ETPs that C2 supports.

Also here is an article about non-US stocks supported:


#5

C2Broker has its own Knowledge Base. Here is the article on supported symbols/instruments.

http://support.c2broker.com/article/show/59458-what-type-of-securities-can-i-trade


#6

Thanks Rod…good info.


#7

Hi Rod,
That was the page that caused me to write to C2Broker support for clarity. The line on that page about “C2BROKER also does not currently support trading in … and many leveraged ETFs” gave me pause, but the answer I got is summarized above. So, all the US Stocks listed in the first link I gave above are ok, but not the foreign listed stocks in the second link, and no pink sheet stocks.
Paul


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