Our broker, DriveWealth rounds the amount of fractional shares you can purchase and own in your account down to the nearest four decimal places. This may affect your purchase of a fixed dollar amount order. For example, if you order $1000 of a security, your transaction may not total exactly $1000 due to rounding (it could be a penny less, but will never be more than the order amount).

Rounding may also affect your ability to be credited for cash dividends, stock dividends and stock splits. For example, if you own .0001 of a share of stock that pays a one cent dividend per share, we will not credit your cash balance a fraction of a cent.