Just wondering, how come IB's commercials don't mention the fact that you can trade with practically no minimum.. just $1 / trade. ESPECIALLY options, no ticket charge, and just 75c / contract. Because honestly, you guys make the biggest point of the commercial that you can trade all kinds of products worldwide, but the majority of traders don't trade those products. Hell, I would've gone to IB sooner if the commercial shed some light on the $1 / trade minimum. I mean, when you do your penny option advertisement just toss in something like, penny options get our usual low commission of 75 cents / contract, $1 minimum per order. I think stating your ultra low prices on the commercials would, at minimum, double the effectiveness of them. 99% of people in the US probably don't care to trade forex/bonds/futures worldwide, but 99% of people do care about pricing on stocks and options.