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Hello IG Community

We are writing to you inform you this Stock Request forum will be used to make a request for a stock to be traded. Your request will be sent through to our share dealing desk and can expect a response on request within 24 hours. We will keep you updated on all stock requests made.

 

When making a stock request please kindly give the following information:

Name of stock

Name of Stock Exchange

Leverage or Share dealing

Ticker

Country of the stock

Market Cap

If the stock trades on OTC then we are unable to offer, we do not deal in OTC stocks. If you search on Google Finance or Yahoo Finance it will tell you what exchange the stock trades under the stock name and the market cap.
 
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All the best - MongiIG

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7 hours ago, StevenCham said:

Name of stock - Uranium Royalty Corp

Name of Stock Exchange - NASDAQ

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - UROY

Country of the stock - Canada

Market Cap - 284.81M CAD

 

🙂Thanks.

Hi @StevenCham,
Your request has been submitted !

All the best - Arvin

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8 minutes ago, StevenCham said:

Name of stock - Global Atomic Corporation

Name of Stock Exchange - Toronto Stock Exchange

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - GLO

Country of the stock - Canada

Market Cap - 424.77M CAD

Thanks,

Wai 😀

Hi Wai @StevenCham,

For Share trading we can only offer stocks listed on exchanges in the following countries:
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Unfortunately, we won't be able to add GLO for share dealing account.

All the best - Arvin

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Guest Eduard

Name of stock - iShares MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF

Name of Stock Exchange - London Stock Exchange

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - WLDS

Country of the stock - Ireland

Market Cap -  GBP 1,714 M

 

Could I get this ETF available for my ISA account please? 
 

Thank You.

Eduard

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On 15/08/2021 at 09:15, Guest Eduard said:

 

Name of stock - iShares MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF

Name of Stock Exchange - London Stock Exchange

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - WLDS

Country of the stock - Ireland

Market Cap -  GBP 1,714 M

 

Could I get this ETF available for my ISA account please? 
 

Thank You.

Eduard

Hi Eduard,

Your request has been submitted !

All the best - MongiIG

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On 15/08/2021 at 09:15, Guest Eduard said:

 

Name of stock - iShares MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF

Name of Stock Exchange - London Stock Exchange

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - WLDS

Country of the stock - Ireland

Market Cap -  GBP 1,714 M

 

Could I get this ETF available for my ISA account please? 
 

Thank You.

Eduard

Hi Eduard, iShares MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF is available for share dealing account :

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All the best - MongiIG

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15 minutes ago, MongiIG said:

Hi Eduard, iShares MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF is available for share dealing account :

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All the best - MongiIG

Hello,

Thank you for your response. 
I know that ISWSML on USD currency was available already.

Is it possible to get the same ETF but on GBP currency available? I can see that WLDS is in the listed etfs but when I try to buy shares it says Instrument not tax wrapper enabled. 
WLDS is also available on HL broker for ISA accounts.

 

Thank you.

Eduard

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On 01/09/2021 at 01:36, Furlls said:

Name of stock - Moving iMage Technologies, Inc.

Name of Stock Exchange - NYSE American

Leverage or Share dealing - Share Dealing

Ticker - MITQ

Country of the stock - USA

Market Cap - 34.04m USD

Hi @Furlls,

IMoving iMage Technologies Inc has been added to the platform.

All the best - Arvin

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On 16/09/2021 at 10:39, EddieN said:

Name of stock - Turning Holding Corp

Name of Stock Exchange - Nasdaq

Leverage or Share dealing - share dealing

Ticker - TWKS

Country of the stock - USA

Market Cap - 153.8m USD

Hi @EddieN

It has been uploaded the ticker is correct but name is Thoughtworks Holding Inc
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All the best - MongiIG
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On 02/10/2021 at 03:44, BubbaBubbaBubba said:

Name of stock: Taylor Devices INC

Name of Stock Exchange: NASDAQ

Leverage or Share dealing: Share dealing

Ticker: TAYD

Country of stock: USA

 

On 05/10/2021 at 05:58, Furlls said:

Name of stock - Nutriband Inc

Name of Stock Exchange - NASDAQ

Leverage or Share dealing - Share dealing

Ticker - NTRB

Country of the stock - USA

Market Cap - 40.172m

HI @BubbaBubbaBubba @Furlls,

The requested stocks are now live the platform.

All the best - Arvin

 

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