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Edit Avg Price under my "Positions"


Looty

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I've managed to get this done, the steps are listed below:

1. Open the positions tab

2. Add the position tab to My Workspace

3. Next to the Market text is an icon with three lines, clicking on this opens the menu to set the columns that are displayed

4. Display the book price

5. Edit the book price to get the average price desired, remembering that prices need to be rounded to 1 cent/pence

Job done

You may need to close and reopen the position tab to have the profit/loss column calculate correctly.

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ahh yes, sorry I was able to resolve this myself a few days after my post.

For me, it was a browser issue, my settings would not save. I was using google chrome.

I tried it win mac safari and it worked fine.

I then cleared my google chrome cache and it worked after.

Hope this help others if they experience the same problem.

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On 17/12/2020 at 12:43, Guest user said:

Sorry, but that reply didn't work for me as I can't amend the average price--are you able to include a screen shot or additional info?  Thanks!

1. Log into and go to the "my positions" section

2. Click on the blue button "Add to workspace"

3. Click on the "Add/remove columns" button (on the left to Market and looks like 3 horizontal lines)

4. Select the column "Book Costs"

5. You should now see the Book Costs column in your positions, if you like on the value of the stock, you can edit it.

Note: I had problems where I was able to edit the value but it never saved, this is a browser problem. Use a different browser or clear your browser history/cache.

Note: These instructions are accurate at the time of this post. IG may change the user interface in the future which could change the way this is done.

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On 18/12/2020 at 17:12, Looty said:

1. Log into and go to the "my positions" section

2. Click on the blue button "Add to workspace"

3. Click on the "Add/remove columns" button (on the left to Market and looks like 3 horizontal lines)

4. Select the column "Book Costs"

5. You should now see the Book Costs column in your positions, if you like on the value of the stock, you can edit it.

Note: I had problems where I was able to edit the value but it never saved, this is a browser problem. Use a different browser or clear your browser history/cache.

Note: These instructions are accurate at the time of this post. IG may change the user interface in the future which could change the way this is done.

Many thanks Looty, that worked for me, much appreciated!  Have a wonderful and safe Season!!

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