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  1. محلل مالي

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    ‏3 فبراير 2004
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    The NASD currently defines day trading as purchasing and selling, or short selling and purchasing to cover, the same security on the same day. A pattern day trader is defined as someone who makes four or more round-trip day trades in a five-business-day period, unless this activity is less than 6% of total trading activity in that period.

    Your account activity in your TD AMERITRADE account ending in 8728 fits this pattern day trading definition and is subject to increased equity requirements.

    Minimum Equity Requirement
    Pattern day trading accounts are required to maintain minimum equity of $25,000 on any day in which day trading occurs. Accounts with less than $25,000 equity will be issued a day trading minimum equity call and will not be allowed to day trade. If a day trade is executed when the equity is below $25,000, your account will be restricted to closing transactions only for 90 days, or until the equity is brought up to $25,000.You can increase equity by depositing additional funds or consolidating assets and continue trading as usual.

    Day Trading Buying Power
    Day trading buying power is equal to Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) excess (which is calculated as the equity in your account at the close of business the previous day, less total SRO requirements), multiplied by up to four. Accounts that exceed day trading buying power will be issued a day trading buying power call.

    If your account is restricted because of a past-due day trading buying power call, you will be limited to trading on a cash-available basis only. Consider your individual financial position and goals before making an independent investment decision. Please refer to the Day Trading Margin Requirements in the Margin Handbook that's available on our secure Web site for further details, or contact a Client Services representative. For a complete copy of the amended rules, visit the NASD Regulation Web site at www.nasdr.com.

    If you have questions, please call an TD AMERITRADE Client Services representative at 800-669-3900, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (excluding market holidays). Please enter your account number or UserID when you call so you receive the best possible service.

    If you would prefer to write to us, please send us an e-mail once you've logged on to your account and selected "Contact Us" at the bottom of the home page. (For security reasons, we only provide account information via e-mail when your inquiry is sent from our secure Web site.)