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How can I get access to more options products?

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E.g. I want to buy FXI put options, is there some way I can do that rather than spread betting?

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open an account with interactive brokers or saxobank etc or if you dont mind the account being us based, firstrade or tastytrade - both these allow uk residents to open accounts and are low cost

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You have to phone up some bloke at the desk who will tell you things like '750 spot seven-eights' and try to haggle at deal that way. 

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