What is a DT (Day-Trading) call?

A "Day Trade" or DT call occurs when you exceed your permitted day trading buying power (DTBP). When this happens, we will issue a DT call to your account.

You will have up to five business days to deposit funds to satisfy this DT call. Until the call is met, your day trading buying power will be restricted to only two times your maintenance margin excess.
If the DT call is not met within five business days, your account will be further restricted to trading only on a "cash available" basis for 90 days or until you deposit funds to satisfy the call.

Please click here to find more information regarding day trading restrictions from FINRA: Am I a Pattern Day Trader? Know the Day-Trading Margin Requirements | FINRA.org