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can you help me for two things that I don’t understand:

when they take overnight fees , it can be for no limit of time ? Moreover, in their example, they say 3,65£ overnight, does It mean that it’s per night ?


i do not understand about the fees for long term if they take 24£ per quarter ? If I want to hold a position for 10 years but I do not trade for 2months , I will have to pay 72£per Year just to hold my trade ? So 720£ for 10 years whereas at DEGIRO they are no fees of holding?


is that correct or not? 
sorry , I want to be sure before to put 10000£ on IG account 


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Plus , it’s 10£ each trade if I  do 1-2 trade every 3 months ?

for cfd , ig looks perfect but for long investment, I am not sure 🤔 

some opinions 

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