Disclosure of order execution and routing practices

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules require firms to publish, on a public website, specific data related to order execution (Rule 605) and order routing (Rule 606) practices.

Rule 605
SEC Rule 605 requires market centers that execute client trades in national market system securities to make available to the public monthly electronic reports that include uniform statistical measures of execution quality. Currently, Edward Jones does not make a market in individual equities. Should Edward Jones begin making markets in individual equities, the link below will provide Edward Jones' execution statistics. The information is categorized by security, order type (market, at-the-quote limit, etc.), and order size.

Rule 606
SEC Rule 606 states that broker-dealers who route 'non-directed' customer orders in equity securities must make publicly available quarterly reports that identify the venues to which customer orders are routed for execution.  For agency transactions, Edward Jones determines its stock routing preference based on SEC Rule 605 monthly quality of execution statistics publicly available and internal measures of quality proprietary to us.

Please note that the information you are about to view is hosted on the VistaOne/IHS Markit/S3 websites. Edward Jones believes the information on the VistaOne/IHS Markit/S3 websites to be reliable, but cannot guarantee its accuracy. Furthermore, VistaOne/IHS Markit/S3 may have privacy and security practices different from those of Edward Jones.

Notice regarding after-hours trading
Edward Jones does not accept orders for pre-market or after-hours trading sessions. Trades are effected during "regular trading hours" as defined by Rule 600 of Federal Regulation NMS (9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET).