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Level 2 - Canada and US Market

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Level 2 - Canada and US Market

So I've been using Webull to get level 2 for Nasdaq for free for the last 2 months.. is there any free ones for TSX? Also has anyone used the Questrade one on their mobile phone. How is it?
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You get limited-depth L2 queue in RBC DI for TSX for free along with options view.
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Following! I would love to know as well.

As we cannot sign up Webull to trade in Canada, can we still use their 3 months free Lv2 service?
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hiphopforce wrote: Following! I would love to know as well.

As we cannot sign up Webull to trade in Canada, can we still use their 3 months free Lv2 service?
Yes we can sign up to 3 months free level 2 via webull. I actually was able to pay for level 2 in the app via Google pay after the trial was over. Couldn't find a way to pay for it on web or desktop app
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Jin-n-Juice wrote: Yes we can sign up to 3 months free level 2 via webull. I actually was able to pay for level 2 in the app via Google pay after the trial was over. Couldn't find a way to pay for it on web or desktop app
Do you pay monthly or is it a 1 time fee?
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faken wrote: Do you pay monthly or is it a 1 time fee?
It's 1.99 usd monthly
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Jin-n-Juice wrote: Yes we can sign up to 3 months free level 2 via webull. I actually was able to pay for level 2 in the app via Google pay after the trial was over. Couldn't find a way to pay for it on web or desktop app
Interesting! Thanks for the info! I definitely need more Level 2 for the nasdaq side. I wish TD offers Level 2 for TSX and TSX.V.
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Wait, as a Canadian, can I open WeBull?
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aerodynamic wrote: Wait, as a Canadian, can I open WeBull?
Yes. Just no trading
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WeBull - free for anyone.

brokerage platforms that can be considered "advanced" in my view
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faken wrote: Yes. Just no trading
How do you do that? all the fields are in US based. What do you put in VISA?
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PrinceMS wrote: How do you do that? all the fields are in US based. What do you put in VISA?
Ugh.. I never had to put that information in..
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ohnabatko wrote: WeBull - free for anyone.

brokerage platforms that can be considered "advanced" in my view
QT IQEdge
TDDI Thinkorswim
IB TWS
$2k investment minimum or really free? :)

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