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I am paying approximately 10 euro to purchase and another 10 to sell shares. This seems excessive What are others paying and is there a cheaper way to purchase?

 

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larry

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IG are expensive where actual purchase of shares are concerned.  There are better options out there if you simply want to buy and hold shares that charge zero commission. IG is more about trading. If you are buying lots of shares then IG is ok for share purchase. But, if you are buying small volumes and looking to sell quickly then IG is not the best company.

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