While they also don't pay interest on cash balances, Tradier's REST API looks good. They also have a cobranded $40/month unlimited options trading...
OK, so with quick searches I see management fees of ~1%(+) and a $4800 flat fee:
Read the broker disclosures carefully. "Smart" orders are likely partially PFOF driven, and I wouldn't be surprised if DMA orders would fall under...
Will the RIA folks work with non-professionals (having the desired account size or trade volume)?
Would this be considered "algo baiting"?
https://jellifin.com/ now has $25/month unlimited covered call, long put/call trades.
Their broker is https://www.thirdparty.com/...
Trading less number of contracts, you will likely lose less on bid/ask spread in sum.
Diagonals because of the low volatility? Thanks
The one change you might consider is trading wider spreads with reduced number of contracts. This will reduce commissions and might improve slippage.
Would PB offer a better quoting/news feed?
Are these spreads "mean reverting"? Thanks
Is there an equivalent to "calling the floor" with IB? Thanks
https://icis.corp.delaware.gov/Ecorp/EntitySearch/NameSearch.aspx shows some details on jellifin
PS Nice disclaimer on the site:
Thank you for looking into this.
Website https://www.jellifin.com/ describes "No commissions. Period."
It is unclear when accounts can be opened for real ...
Link to FINRA https://files.brokercheck.finra.org/firm/firm_277027.pdf
What is BBG?
Here is FINCAD http://www.fincad.com/technology
There is a list http://slickcharts.com/sp500 (unclear how frequently updated)
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