Trading Day for Kids 2013
Wednesday, October 23

In support of the 8th Annual Trading Day for Kids, Youth, I.N.C. is teaming up with returning partner, Canaccord Genuity, to raise more than $1 million for NYC youth.  On Wednesday, October 23, 100% of designated net commissions on cash equities, agency options, and electronic trades made through Canaccord Genuity will be donated to Youth, I.N.C.  

To commemorate the occasion, Youth, I.N.C. and Canaccord Genuity will be ringing the Closing Bell at NASDAQ on Trading Day. 

Trading Day for Kids provides a vehicle for the institutional investor and greater financial community to support Youth, I.N.C. and its venture philanthropy model that empowers, develops, and educates nonprofit organizations serving young people.  To date, Trading Day has raised nearly $8.6 million thanks to the participation of over 500 hedge funds.


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