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Pro Realt TIme set up and IG fees for Spreadbetting


Azenkwed

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Hi, 

I started using Pro Real Time and I really love it. However  I don't understand how to translate your fees structure to the Pro Real Time platform. Can you please explain? 

I'd like to take advantage of auto-trading. However in order to test my strategies with ProBackTest, I need to factor in the cost, broker fees. Reading you documentation and your cost structure didn't help. Attached is the screenshot of the "Estimated brokerage fee".  How do I fill that up for a spread betting account?

 

Thank you

 

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