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Help. I am first time share dealer, i am slightly confused at the two price at the top of the screen, which is the price i would be buying the shares at? I.e. 14.25 on the left and 15.91 on the right

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7 hours ago, Guest S A said:

Help. I am first time share dealer, i am slightly confused at the two price at the top of the screen, which is the price i would be buying the shares at? I.e. 14.25 on the left and 15.91 on the right

Hey, 

The price on the left is the sell price and the price on the right is the buy price. They're the current best prices in the markets. 

With share dealing it's slightly different than leveraged trading. There are different order types to use and sometimes those can have partial or no fills through out the day. I would suggest if you're making your first trade to call us and get a step by step break down of all the order types, ideally before you see the perfect price so you understand all the different types of orders. 

All the best 

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On 27/04/2021 at 16:02, CharlotteIG said:

Hey, 

The price on the left is the sell price and the price on the right is the buy price. They're the current best prices in the markets. 

With share dealing it's slightly different than leveraged trading. There are different order types to use and sometimes those can have partial or no fills through out the day. I would suggest if you're making your first trade to call us and get a step by step break down of all the order types, ideally before you see the perfect price so you understand all the different types of orders. 

All the best 

Hi Charlotte, 

I just opened  an ISA account with IG. I would like to ask - for US share dealing, is it possible to see an estimated GBP net profit or loss (less FX 0.5% at the current exchange rate) PRIOR to selling? I have read posts from others where they were in profit in USD but loss in GBP after conversion. Can one see this before executing the trade? 

Thank you

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