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Hi,

I have my account as Spread bet and now I would like to trade different instruments.

Sorry I have so many questions:

1. Is it possible to open others types of accounts?

2. Is it possible to trade Options?

3. Why I can not trade certain Stock. Appears a message of ( ... Only sell...) Or something like that.

Thank you

 

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On 21/10/2020 at 12:51, Guest Hi I'm new here too said:

1. Is it possible to open others types of accounts?

We do offer Spread betting, CFD, Share dealing, ISA, SIPPs for UK clients. 

On 21/10/2020 at 12:51, Guest Hi I'm new here too said:

2. Is it possible to trade Options?

Options trading is available but only on our leveraged accounts (Spread betting and CFD). Equity options are only available to deal over the phone. There are some FX, indices and commodity options available on the platform. 

On 21/10/2020 at 12:51, Guest Hi I'm new here too said:

3. Why I can not trade certain Stock. Appears a message of ( ... Only sell...) Or something like that.

If you have an error message you can check why on the get info section. If it's an only sell it means the stock could be on closings only which means that we have had to restrict on leveraged (normally because the market cap is too small for leveraged accounts). If the stock is unborrowable it means that we can't get borrow in the underlying so can't offer short positions. 

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I hope this helps :) 

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