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IG Spread Betting App?

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I already have the IG share trading app installed on my  PC & phone. Recently opened a spread betting account but whilst I can easily access it on the PC simply by switching from share dealing to SB I can't seem to access it via my mobile. Do I need to download a seperate app, or am I doing something silly? Any help appreciated!  

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Hi, the phone app will have an account active at a time. You can see which account is active by going to the accounts type and selecting it there. 

You should be able to see all your accounts from the phone app. 

The app should be labeled on your home screen as "IG Trading" with a red icon and IG symbol in white.

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I already have a CFD account. How do I add a spreads account to it?

 

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    • *parp!*  Ooh what's that smell!  
    • Using Spread bet is not suitable for scalping in my view , you get filled and exit at a poor price and its hard to cover a spread. Depends on what your definition of a 'scalp'  is though   Share dealing is  a lot better for US stocks (no fees) but you need the capital and can only go long. 
    • The point Rayner was making is if you only have a five point target and your win rate is not very high it is probably not a viable strategy.
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