ACATThis is the form you need to use if you want to transfer the entire amount or portion of an account from another brokerage firm or bank.This is processed through an inter-brokerage securities transfer system operated by the National Securities Clearing Corporation, a subsidiary of Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. You will need to fill out this form and use it if and when you want to facilitate the transfer of securities from one account to another, including to a different bank or brokerage.
Funds withdrawal request
This form should be used if you want to withdraw funds out of your account by way of a wire. Once you fill it in, fax it to us.YouTrader will generally process your request within 3 business days of receipt of the form. To ensure that there are no avoidable delays, kindly review the information carefully before you submit it.
Limited Trading Authorization
Under limited trading authorization, an investor gives permission allowing his/her broker the authority to make some investment decisions on a brokerage account on behalf of the investor, without consulting him/ her. The broker who has been so authorized must make such decisions strictly in keeping with the investment goals as stated by the customer. As opposed to an account subject to limited trading authorization, there are also discretionary accounts, wherein, as the name suggests, the broker enjoys much more independence.
Options Account Application
A committee called the Options Price Reporting Authority, or "OPRA," processes securities information. Specifically, market information generated by securities options trading in the United States. The information includes last sale reports and quotations, besides other information relating to the number of open interest, options contracts traded, end of day summaries, and more. As a subscriber to OPRA, you have the right to use options information "internally’" i.e., within your own organization, or yourself, if you are an individual.
You can use this form if you want to declare yourself a non-resident alien individual, foreign entity or exempt foreign person. You will then not be subject to certain U.S. tax reporting or backup withholding rules.Please note that this form is not to be used if you are a citizen of the United States, or any other person in the United States, including an individual who is an alien resident in the country. You also cannot use this form if you are claiming that your income derives from trades or business in the United States. This form is also not for those who belong to any of these categories: a foreign grantor trust (except in some cases), a foreign simple trust, or a foreign partnership.