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Fractional Order Price - Rounding Differences

When you enter a fractional order, you may notice a difference between the statement and the platform average prices. This is a result of the platform only having penny accuracy. 

For example if your sell order for 0.09 shares executes at $34.59 per share your profit is $3.1131 but the system rounds to the penny so you get $3.11. The system then calculates the average price as $3.11 / 0.09 shares = $34.56 (again rounded to the penny). Your statement however has the executed price which is different from the final effective average price because of rounding.


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