Quick FAQ

How do I get started?
Create a brokerage account in under 90 seconds by answering a few simple questions and funding your account using a bank account. Once funded, you can invest in a pre-made symphony or create your own.
Note: Funding transfers usually take about 24 hours to show up in your account.
What fees does Composer charge?

Composer offers a Trading Pass for automated trading.

Please note that sales (i.e., selling a stock or ETF) are subject to regulatory fees. Composer does not benefit from these fees, and all proceeds go directly to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

How are trades executed?

Trades to follow your symphony logic execute on weekdays between 3:50 pm ET and market close. Brokerage services are provided through our partner, Alpaca

How is my money secured?

Composer is a Registered Investment Advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

Our brokerage partner, Apex, is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). Through SIPC, securities in your account are protected up to $500,000. For details, please visit www.sipc.org.

How is my personal information secured?

Your critical information is kept behind strict access rules and we store as little information as possible. Your user data is stored on a private and secured Google Cloud for additional security. We will never sell your data to a third party.

Can non-US residents use Composer?
Not at this time.
Who is Composer?

Composer is a Registered Investment Advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Our legal and compliance counsel are Lowenstein Sandler and Greyline LLC, respectively. We are backed by tier-one venture capital firms, including First Round Capital, who were investors in Square and Uber.

How are dividends dealt with?

Dividends are automatically reinvested in your symphonies.

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