Boursa Investments

Investor Disclosures

Reg BI - Form CRS Relationship Summary

Fees & Commissions

Options Disclosure & Supplements


Margin Disclosure


Business Continuity

SEC Disclosure Rules

  • SEC Disclosure in accordance with SEC Rule 606
  • Rule 606 requires broker-dealers that route client orders in equities and option securities to make available to the public quarterly reports that represent a general overview of their routing practices. Upon written request, Boursa Investments will provide the location of the venue to which your individual order was routed for execution. By clicking below link, you will have access to our most recent quarterly report in PDF or XML format:

    https://mta.ihsmarkit.com/app-v2/public-report-library/public-report-library-view/Wedbush%20Securities%20LLC/237

    For additional information, please visit SEC and Finra public websites.

Day Trading Risks

Extended Hours Trading

Payment For Order Flow


USA Patriot Act Customer Notice

U.S. federal law requires us to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person or entity that opens an account. As a result, when you purchase or sell securities or custody assets with our Firm, we will ask for a customer name, date of birth (for an individual), street address and an identification number, such as a Taxpayer ID number. We may also ask to see other identifying documents that will allow us to identify and verify your account. We appreciate your cooperation.