Hello, I'm in the US and I'd like to trade Canadian options, specifically options on stocks listed on the TSX. Any ideas which broker will let me do that? I currently have an IB account and I've been unable to get a straight answer from them whether I can do that, although it seems I can't. They pointed me to this page: http://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/trading/eligibleProducts.php?ib_entity=llc which says... "Because of SEC restrictions, US legal resident customers cannot trade US stock and equity index options outside of the US. In addition, the CFTC must explicitly approve any non-US futures or options on futures contract for trading by US resident customers." Does that mean legal residents cannot trade but citizens can, or any legal residents (including citizens) can't? Does that mean cannot trade options on US stocks in a foreign exchange, but can trade options on foreign stocks? Or cannot trade options in a foreign exchange period? What about stocks which are dual-listed? (or regularly listed there and listed as pink sheets here) If one *can* trade options on foreign-only stocks, is the reason IB is blocking the entire exchange just because some stocks are double-listed? I would really like to be able to do this, since I've done very well with TXS stocks, and a little bit of options will just give me more leverage. Any ideas anyone?