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well, here in the uk its 8.00AM. BUT, many many times i have tried to trade immediately after 8.00 and have never been successfull! often met with message such as market not currently open. normally have to wait till 8.06 or 8.07 for it to respond! makes me angry, especially when you want to take advantage of a good rise or good price to sell.

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Thanks JLZ,

 

I am a greenhorn when it comes down to this stuff. Where do I find the exchange opening times to check the selection? Also are the spread bets times for selling different. Strange that IG seems to be closed all the time, I mean the last 20 or so times I went in they were not open

 

larry

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19 minutes ago, larrybreheny10 said:

Thanks JLZ,

 

I am a greenhorn when it comes down to this stuff. Where do I find the exchange opening times to check the selection? Also are the spread bets times for selling different. Strange that IG seems to be closed all the time, I mean the last 20 or so times I went in they were not open

 

larry

As an example you can take Barclays PLC.

You will need to google something like: "Barclays PLC stock exchange"
That stock is traded at the "London Stock Exchange"
Then you can google: "London Stock Exchange opening hours" and will return pages like the one below:
https://www.tradinghours.com/exchanges/lse/trading-hours

 


 

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