I got a Schwab disclaimer in the mail today. I read the fine print on this stuff. I'll share a link on their order execution. I think they worked on these pages for months (years)...So customer service doesn't have to spend hours on the phone with people. I'm also sure legal went over this with a fine toothed comb. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwi0kqSE3o3uAhVFR60KHXUQA5gQFjAAegQIARAC&url=https://www.schwab.com/execution-quality&usg=AOvVaw2mk4Iypw6wiEWe-Cpx8pli In the little flyer nothing much stood out to me except this one phrase. Could you tell me what this means?? Schwab considers a number of factors in evaluating execution quality among markets and firm, including execution price and opportunities for price improvement, market depth and order size, the trading characteristics of the security, speed and accuracy of executions, the availability of efficient and reliable order handling system, liquidity and automatic execution guarantees, the likelihood of executions when limit orders become marketable and service levels and the cost of executing orders at a particular market or firm. What bugged me is that last phrase "the likelihood of executions when limit orders become marketable and service levels and the cost of executing orders at a particular market or firm." Does that seem arbitrary and not working toward my advantage?? I like how the above is a total run on sentence. The website is fine...But in the fine print I find "their" profit!!