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Feedback and some questions

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Hi Guys 

I have some feedback and also some questions. 


  • Can we add a feature so we can see the dividends received? What shares they were received for, when and based on what % or rate.
  • When I log into the forum I completely lose where I was. I cant click on the back button either as I am presented with an error page. I have to navigate my way back to the page.
  • Can we add a stop loss feature?
  • In the new version of the platform I am unable to place any orders outside of market hours for US shares. I have to use the old platform to do so.


I see this issue with IBM share quite often. Please see the screenshot. Why is there such a discrepancy in the buy and sell price? As a result I cannot sell the shares.

Screenshot 2020-05-20 at 11.25.29.png

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