ETF fees

Overview

These investment options include common stock, preferred stock, closed-end funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Fees and expenses

Generally, when you buy or sell an equity security, you pay a commission based on the principal value of the investment. A portion of the commission reflects the transaction costs of doing business on an exchange.

See Equity Commission Schedule (pdf) for specifics.

Important Information:

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