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From the messages I occasionally get, ther are some restrictions on utilizing unsettled funds. I think this pops up if you buy one stock and then sell it that same day. It creates the possibility of using the funds from the sale to buy the stock for the sale. It can lock your account for 90 days. If you're buying and then selling on another day (say 2-3+ days later), you should have no problems. BTW, doing this isn't day trading, it's short-term trading, which I do in my IRA account.

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