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No warranties made as to content; no responsibilities to update: HowWeTrade.com makes no warranty, express or implied, concerning this service. The services provided by us and our third party providers are on an “AS IS” basis at your sole risk. HowWeTrade.com expressly disclaims any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, including any warranty for the use or the results of the use of the services with respect to their correctness, quality, accuracy, completeness, reliability, performance, timeliness, or continued availability.

Neither HowWeTrade.com nor any of its third party providers shall have any responsibility to maintain the data and services made available on this Web site or to supply any corrections, updates, or releases in connection therewith. Availability of data and services are subject to change without notice.

No liability for content; no liability arising from use: HowWeTrade.com shall have no liability, contingent or otherwise, to you or to third parties, or any responsibility whatsoever, for the failure of any connection or communication service to provide or maintain your access to this service, or for any interruption or disruption of such access or any erroneous communication between HowWeTrade.com and you, regardless of whether the connection or communication service is provided by HowWeTrade.com or by a third party service provider. HowWeTrade.com shall have no liability, contingent or otherwise, to you or to third parties, for the correctness, quality, accuracy, timeliness, reliability, performance, continued availability, completeness or delays, omissions, or interruptions in the delivery of the data and services available on this Web site or for any other aspect of the performance of this service or for any failure or delay in the execution of any transactions through this service. In no event will HowWeTrade.com be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages which may be incurred or experienced on account of your using the data or services made available on this Web site, even if HowWeTrade.com has been advised of the possibility of such damages. HowWeTrade.com will have no responsibility to inform you of any difficulties experienced by HowWeTrade.com or third parties with respect to the use of the services or to take any action in connection therewith.

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System Outages, Slowdowns, and Capacity Limitations/Delays: As a result of high Internet traffic, transmission problems, systems capacity limitations, and other problems, you may, at times, experience difficulty accessing the Web site or communicating with HowWeTrade.com through the Internet or other electronic and wireless services. Any computer system or other electronic device, whether it is yours, an Internet service provider’s or HowWeTrade.com can experience unanticipated outages or slowdowns, or have capacity limitations.

Content not to be construed as a solicitation or recommendation: This material has been prepared for informational purposes only without regard to any particular user’s investment objectives, financial situation, or means, and HowWeTrade.com is not soliciting any action based upon it. This material is not to be construed as a recommendation; or an offer to buy or sell; or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security, financial product, or instrument; or to participate in any particular trading strategy in any jurisdiction in which such an offer or solicitation, or trading strategy would be illegal. Certain transactions, including, but not limited to, those involving futures, options, and high-yield securities, give rise to substantial risk and are not suitable for all investors. Although this material is based upon information that HowWeTrade.com considers reliable and endeavors to keep current, HowWeTrade.com has not verified this information and does not represent that this material is accurate, current, or complete and it should not be relied upon as such.

No determination of suitability has been made; not all risks are disclosed; private advisors should be consulted: The fact that HowWeTrade.com has made the data and services provided on this Web site available to you constitutes neither a recommendation that you enter into a particular transaction nor a representation that any product described on this Web site is suitable or appropriate for you. Many of the products described on this Web site involve significant risks, and you should not enter into any transactions unless you have fully understood all such risks and have independently determined that such transactions are appropriate for you. Any discussion of the risks contained herein with respect to any product should not be considered to be a disclosure of all risks or complete discussion of the risks which are mentioned. You should neither construe any of the material contained herein as business, financial, investment, hedging, trading, legal, regulatory, tax, or accounting advice nor make this service the primary basis for any investment decisions made by or on behalf of you, your accountants, or your managed or fiduciary accounts, and you may want to consult your business advisor, attorney, and tax and accounting advisors concerning any contemplated transactions.

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Day trading is extremely risky and speculative. Potential traders should be prepared for possible loss of full capital investment. Potential traders  should never fund their day trading activities with retirement savings, loans, second mortgages, emergency funds, funds set aside for purposes such as education or home ownership, or funds required for current income or present or future medical expenses.

Potential traders should not believe claims of large and/or unrealistic profits resulting from day trading. Potential traders should realize that day trading could result in immediate and substantial losses of the capital invested.

Day trading requires in-depth knowledge of the securities markets, trading techniques and strategies. In attempting to profit from day trading, new potential traders compete with professional traders, market-makers, etc.; therefore, a high level of investment and trading experience is necessary.

Potential traders must know HowWeTrade.com’s rules and regulations applicable to day trading. Not following the rules and regulations applicable to day trading or any other applicable regulation may result in forced sell-outs/buy-ins, temporary freezing of your account, closing your account and/or other actions necessary for the protection of HowWeTrade.com

 Day trading requires a small commission per share however, these commissions add up quickly when trading a large volume of share.  The total daily/monthly/yearly commissions may add to losses and/or significantly reduce profits.

Day trading on margin, or the use of margin generally, may result in losses beyond the initial investment, because such accounts are subject to interest charges as well as “margin calls.” A “margin call” is a demand on the customer for cash or additional collateral (negotiable securities) when account equity in a margin account declines below the minimum standard set by an exchange, the regulators, HowWeTrade.com or our clearing firm. Extreme caution should be exercised relative to your use of a margin account.

Short selling as part of day trading strategy is extremely risky, and may lead to unlimited losses, as securities may need to be bought-in at a price indefinitely higher than the sell price.

Potential traders must be knowledgeable in the use and functionality of the day trading software provided by HowWeTrade.com, or by any third-party provider, in order to correctly interpret account information and to be able to place orders correctly. Potential traders are responsible for all orders placed in their account, regardless of your understanding of the system functionality. If you are not in complete understanding of the way the system operates, do not trade.

Holding large positions in volatile securities, especially after the close of the market, may result in considerable losses. Opening prices (next day) for such securities can be significantly different from the previous day’s closing prices; also, trading in such securities can unexpectedly be halted during trading hours for a variety of reasons and prices can vary dramatically at the re-opening of trading with no interim capabilities of trading during such time periods.

Abnormally high volume of trading in volatile stocks may cause delays in order executions, late reports of executions, as well as execution prices being significantly different from the market prices quoted at the time of order entry. Using limit orders is highly recommended in order to avoid executions at prices significantly different from the prices quoted at the time of order entry.

Potential traders must know the proper procedures for changing or canceling existing orders. In a fast moving market, or otherwise, attempts at canceling an existing order and replacing it with a new one may result in an execution of duplicate orders. In such situations, potential traders are wholly responsible for both executions and any resulting losses.

From time to time, potential traders may have difficulty accessing their account data due to a possible myriad of technical problems. HowWeTrade.com make no warranty of merchantability, no warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, and no other warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding this service, data or information provided thereby, or any aspect regarding the order entry or execution services, except as required by applicable law, regarding possible damages, including, but not limited to, lost profits, trading losses or damages that result from reliance on inaccurate data, or delay or loss of access to a potential traders account execution services.

It is very important for you to reconcile your account on a daily basis. Your review should include confirmations, daily blotters, and monthly statements. Any suspected discrepancies should be immediately brought to the attention of HowWeTrade.com. All trade confirmations and monthly statements will be deemed accepted by you if not complained of upon receipt.

In order to be successful, you should consider trading to be a profession that will require you to be available each and every day during market hours. Even with such commitment, there is no guarantee that you will be successful in implementing your investment/trading strategy. Some reports state that 70% of day traders suffer substantial losses or lose all of their investment capital.

Persons who are relatively new to electronic trading should strictly limit both the number of trades they do and the size of their trades to reduce the risk of large dollar losses during the learning process. Nearly all persons who are new to electronic trading suffer losses. Only persons who can sustain substantial losses during the learning process should attempt to engage in such electronic trading. The length of time required to develop the requisite skill and discipline necessary to trade successfully varies with different individuals (the minimum period generally being six months to a year) and a large percentage are never able to achieve consistent profitability.

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