I just sold my investments and I want to withdraw the money from that sale. Why can’t I withdraw the amount?
If you’ve recently initiated a sale of your investment, you’ll need to wait for a period of 2 business days before the money becomes available for your use. The SEC requires this hold on all sales of investments. On the 3rd business day, your money will be reflected in your Portfolio Cash and will be available for your use.
Keep in mind that business days are Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and US market holidays.
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