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I just switched from trading212. deposited 250 but ended up only 225 on my account. how much fees does IG take off right off the bat?

i did three trades to try. on my account history i gained 3pounds because i lost one trade, so im on the positive side but my account goes down to 180 pounds!

i cant seem to understand how the system works here, its different. how come?

i lost every time i do a good trade somehow?

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