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Pricing FAQs

Pricing

Frequently asked questions

Pricing

What are the fees and commissions associated with a You Invest Trade account?

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You can learn more about fees and commissions associated with a You Invest Trade account here.

When can I use the free U.S. equity and ETF trades?

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Your free trades will be available within 3 business days after your You Invest Trade account is opened.

How will I know how many free U.S. equity and ETF trades I have available?

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If you’ve received 100 free trades, the trade counter (at the top right on your “Order Entry” page) shows the total number of free trades remaining, along with the expiration date. Sapphire Banking, Chase Private Client, J.P. Morgan Securities and U.S. Private Banking customers receive unlimited free trades so there’s no counter. 

If I don’t use all of my free U.S. equity and ETF trades within the year, do they roll over?

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Your free trades are valid for 1 year only and don’t roll over. If you’re a Premier Plus checking customer, we’ll award you 100 new free trades each year. If you’re a Sapphire Banking, Chase Private Client, J.P. Morgan Securities or U.S. Private Banking customer, you’ll continue to receive unlimited free trades.

Which account receives the free U.S. equity and ETF trades?

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These free trades apply to the first 2 taxable and first 2 nontaxable You Invest accounts that you’ve opened.

Can I give some of my free U.S. equity and ETF trades to a friend or family member?

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Free trades are nontransferable and they can’t be reassigned or shared with another account.

What happens if I’ve used up all my free U.S. equity and ETF trades?

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You can still make trades even if your free trades have run out or expired—we’ll just charge you the standard commission.