Our low commissions help you manage your trading costs, and keep more of your dollars invested.
$25 / quarter
Waived if you hold $25,000; if you make a minimum number of commissionable trades; if you establish a recurring electronic funds contribution of $100 a month or more; or if you qualify for our Young Investor offer.
$100 setup + $50 / year after first year
$100 (within first year only)
US $15 / quarter / account
$50 (scheduled payments are free)
$50 (excludes RESP and TFSA, includes HBP and LLP)
$45 / security
$20 (plus phone commission rate)
$50 (excluding commission)
US $100 / transaction
$50 / hour (min. $50)
$30 / certificate / month
$10 / cheque, fee may apply
$50 / certificate
The Administration Fee will be waived if any of the following apply:
Assets and trade counts are based on the combined total in all accounts within the same client ID. As well, please advise us if you share a household with another Qtrade Investor client, because the combined total of accounts with the same address can qualify for the fee waiver.
If applicable, the fee may be charged to either a registered or non-registered account within the client ID. A client ID can consist of one or more account types including cash and margin along with TFSA and other registered accounts.
The fee for paper account statements is charged per calendar quarter for each client ID that is not set up to receive eStatements for the full preceding calendar quarter. If applicable, the fee may be charged to either a registered or non-registered account within the client ID. The fee for paper trade confirmations is charged per executed trade (in the currency of the trade) to registered or non-registered accounts that are not set up to receive eConfirmations.
All payments arising from: (i) changes in LIF, RIF, LRIF and SRIF scheduled payments; and (ii) a LIF, RIF, LRIF or SRIF that are above the minimum amount payable, will be considered an "additional payment," unless such payments are requested by January 1 in a given year and assets are held with Qtrade by close of business December 31 of the previous year.