Is My account missing funds or am I not understanding something
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By deepandcomplex · PostedHi all. I have a chunk of cash sitting around and don't really want to allocate it to equities or anything too risky so I was hoping to pick up some regular coupons from something like non-junk bond. I've tried to find bonds on my ISA or Share Dealing account but they don't really seem to exist. I can't find bonds nor ETFs of bonds... Also can someone help me to understand - like I don't want to bet on the value of bonds or rates going up. I only care about dumping cash in bonds and receiving regular coupons. I understand that the prices of bonds go up and down and therefore you may make a gain/loss on your principal if you sell before maturity, but I kinda want a low-risk bond and want to hold it to maturity. Or at least something that has that kind of risk-reward profile.
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Hi, Hope someone can help, asked IG support but no real satisfying answer.
please someone tell me if I'm being a bit thick or not
I invested 26k on a new account last month. in 30 days I closed some trades and made a profit of £433.63 after IG trading charges.
All cash has been reinvested and and all shares are showing a profit of £1,975.00 my total account value is showing a total value of £27,928.00
my question is this should my account total be
26k original investment
£433.63 profit from closed trades
£1975.00 profit from open trades
there are slight ups and down to these figures as soon trades are all sessions
any help appreciated.
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