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Sold CFD, random charge negated all profit from previous trade


Matt314

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Sold Wells Fargo CFD for slight loss, but then another transaction called WITH instead of DEAL type (not sure what that means) popped up which negated all gains I'd made from previous trade on Aus200cash. What is this random charge worth 10x what I lost on the trade? Not too sure. The previous WITH dealing which popped up for Aus200 was only worth $0.09, but this one was a hell of a lot more. Why. Will this happen if I buy aud/usd and hold for a few days at a time?

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