I do not want to be marked as a PDT, how to know my day trades left?

You can see "Day Trades Left (T, T+1, T+2, T+3, T+4)" in your account page, which denotes the number of day trades available for your account in the next five business days.

If you do not want to be marked as a PDT, please pay close attention to this information.

Example 1

Now your "Day Trades Left" displays (0, 0, 2, 2, 3), and we assume that today is Monday. The account will have 0 day trades available Monday and Tuesday, and you can't make any day trades in these two days to avoid being marked as a pattern day trader. On Wednesday and Thursday, 2 day trades will be available. If those two trades are not used, your account will have all 3 day trades available on Friday.

Example 2

Now your "Day Trades Left" displays (1, 1, 2, 2, 3), and we assume that today is Wednesday. The account will have 1 day trades available Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday and next Monday, 2 day trades will be available. If those two trades are not used, your account will have all 3 day trades available on next Tuesday.

Note: When you place day-trading orders, some orders might not be executed in the same day or might be canceled before executed. We will reduce your "Day Trades Left" when placing orders, if the order was canceled before executed, we will replenish your "Day Trades Left".