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GME on NYSE - currently unable to buy


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I would like to buy this highly volatile stock. if I try to make a trade today on the IG platform it says "ORDER TOO FAR FROM LAST TRADED PRICE"

 

I know the value has increased overnight and the US market is currently closed - when will I be able to buy? will it be after the NYSE opens today (27.01)?

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, andysinclair said:

Pre-market showing it up 68% since the close yesterday, currently at 248.

Some US stocks you can trade pre-market but not GME. Be careful around the open though, spreads will be very wide...

I think a general 'be careful' warning applies to this one....you know what they say about playing with fire...

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2 minutes ago, Tcs106 said:

Can't log into my sharedealing account - anyone else experiencing the same?

I can't log into my account and API is down :/

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2 minutes ago, Tcs106 said:

Can't log into my sharedealing account - anyone else experiencing the same?

Same here.... It all went down all of a sudden. No one is answering the phone lines, nor the chat

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