What is an MD (Money Due) Call?
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What is an MD (Money Due) Call?

An MD (Money Due) Call occurs when a cash account exceeds its buying power. MD Calls can be triggered during excessive trading in volatile markets as price swings can impact market order values as they are executed. An MD Call can be met by depositing money in full amount of the call. If the MD Call is not met before the due date, a forced liquidation will be performed to meet the call. 

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