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Lucifer

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I wish that IG will act like a normal bank and provide me with normal account(safe and with debit card) where i can keep my money get some interest on top of it and still be able to use that money for trading anytime....if you want keep all of my savings it have to be beneficial for both of us somehow.
Keeping money in the normal bank is a waist of time/money i think is better to risk/learn/trade and having the control of your money rather than trust someone and hoping for profit. You can't beat the feeling that you are in control of your life, money and your future.
IG should work more with psychologist and how to change the mindset of a normal person...you can not attract people by saying "do you wanna be rich" ? just trade....You need to convince people that they can take the control of there life, there actions, be able to change for better even if you sometimes take a loos , life is about constant risk sometimes lower sometimes higher but we need to be in control of our actions.
I know it sound like motivation speech but you need to hire psychologist who can dig more in to human nature and give your some better ideas, trading platform is just a tool you need act more like a teacher and motivation guru ;)

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Hi Lucifer,

 

Interesting suggestions! IG is an execution only broker, so we don’t provide trading advice to clients. We provide the platforms, analysis tools, and education so that our clients can act on their informed decisions. What are your thoughts on our education offering?

 

You make some interesting points, and I’m interested to hear from other community members around this so if anyone else would like to add then post below!

 

Mike

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Interesting links thx.

In Scandinavia people are always first no wonder they have such a brilliant ideas even in finance world.

 

Regarding education, IG could expose (interviews with them ) there best traders, there ideas and the way how they trading that will give us more the insider look ;)

One of my favorite channel on YT is https://www.youtube.com/user/ukspreadbetting/videos  

I like the interviews with different traders, you can learn so much from them just by listening how they trade, there ideas, bad and good days how they get to the point of be confident to trade full time etc....some of them they have extreme approach to trading, different what the book says and I find that interesting. Those traders talk real, they not YouTube always profitable salesman's.

You can learn fundamental and technical from many sources but to have a chance to meet real trader is a different story ;)

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