Schwab Trading is now powered by Ameritrade.

We're combining the strengths of Ameritrade and Schwab to create a world-class trading experience for you. Here's what to expect when you start trading at Schwab.

Your trading won't miss a beat.

  • Full market access. Plus, open orders are moving.

    You won't miss any market hours. Your move will happen over a weekend to help avoid investing or trading disruptions, and your open orders (except trade triggers) will move.


  • We're bringing over what traders need.

    Your current margin trading abilities and your approvals to trade options and futures will automatically move to Schwab, along with your cash, positions, cost basis, and more.

thinkorswim® is here at Schwab.

You can continue to trade (or start trading) on thinkorswim desktop, web, and mobile when your account moves to Schwab. Your thinkorswim settings and alerts will move over automatically. Plus, expect continued innovation and support on thinkorswim.

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