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Does anyone else know any other SB providers that you can use to trade through TV? I've only so far seen CFD providers which doesn't work for me due to tax reasons (mainly the hassle of having to account for it as well as the obvious cost).
Is there any update on when/if there will be any integration with Tradingview???
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Rookie question, I've been reading about the fees and want to do a few small trades before putting a lot of money in.
Can someone answer this in black and white form, if I buy 10 shared at £10 in a public company for £100, each share then rises to £15 and I decide to sell for £150. How much am I charged?
And what brackets do they go up, so again if I buy 10,000 at £10 and they rise to £15 so I decide to sell them at £15,000, what is the fee?
These are numbers for simplicity sake and on something like Starbucks for example.
Thanks in advance!Edited by z0m90
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