Futu Inc. Fee Schedule

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In the U.S., securities products and services in moomoo are offered by Futu Inc. All fees for the securities trading displayed on this website are charged by Futu Inc.
  • The U.S. Market
  • The Hong Kong Market
  • China A-shares
  • Service Fees
U.S. ResidentNon-U.S. resident
OptionsUp to $1/contract
Platform Fees
Platform Fees$0 (during promotion)
Margin Rate
Long Margin for U.S. stocks 6.8% *
Short MarginDepends on the stocks, please see details in the App and refer to the daily statement.
Note: *Futu Inc. reserves the right to amend our margin interest rate from time to time in response to changes in prevailing interest rates and other factors. The Margin Rate is subject to change without notice.
Fees Charged By Regulatory Agencies & Exchanges
Futu Inc. does not charge commissions for trading stocks, ETFs and options listed on U.S. exchanges. However, fees are still applied by the SEC, FINRA , OCC, the regulatory agencies, and option exchanges.
Trading PrivilegesTypesCharged ByRuleFees
Stocks/ETF/ADRsSEC FeeThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)Sells Only$0.0000051 * transaction amount, min $0.01 / Transaction
Trading Activity FeeFinancial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)Sells Only0.000119* Total Trade Volume Min $0.01 per - Max $5.95 per
OptionsSEC FeeThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)Sells Only$0.0000051*Total $ Trade Amount (Min $0.01)
Trading Activity FeeFinancial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)Sells Only$0.002 * No. of Contracts (Min $0.01)
Options Regulatory FeeOptions ExchangesBuys & Sells$0.0388 * No. of Contracts
Clearing FeeOptions Clearing Corp (OCC)Buys & Sells$0.045 * No. of Contracts(Max $55 per Trade)
Exchange feeOptions ExchangesBuys & SellsVaries by Exchanges
  • The Transaction Fee is charged by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), an independent agency of the United States federal government. Learn more
  • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) requires each member to pay trading activity fees for the sale of covered securities. Learn more
  • The Options Regulatory Fee is a fee assessed by exchanges on their members. It is collected by The Options Clearing Corp (OCC) on behalf of the U.S. options Exchanges. Learn more
  • The Clearing Fee is charged by The Options Clearing Corp (OCC) who provides central counterparty (CCP) clearing and settlement services to 16 exchanges. Learn more