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Hi

On CFD you can see positions as non-aggregate, but why is this not possible for share dealing?

For example, I have opened two differing positions in a stock at different prices and instead of showing the two positions it shows one position at an average price of the two. 

I don't really want this, as it makes it hard to tell how much profit I am making?

Is it possible to non-aggregate positions.

Thanks

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On 15/10/2021 at 21:25, GRINSA said:

I have the same problem. Has anyone found a possible solution yet?

 

Thank you

 

On 01/04/2021 at 20:08, joejones1905 said:

Hi

On CFD you can see positions as non-aggregate, but why is this not possible for share dealing?

For example, I have opened two differing positions in a stock at different prices and instead of showing the two positions it shows one position at an average price of the two. 

I don't really want this, as it makes it hard to tell how much profit I am making?

Is it possible to non-aggregate positions.

Thanks

Hi @GRINSA @joejones1905,

Unfortunately this function is not available in the share dealing accounts. You can access your daily statement to see at what price level you bought or sold shares.

I will forward your feedback to the relevant department.

Thank you - Arvin

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