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Accessing US stocks for CFD Account


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7 hours ago, EPHTrader said:

Hello,

I don't have any US stocks availbale for trading on my CFD account only Australian and UK, wondering if you can tell me how to activate for US CFD share trading.

Thanks 

Hi @EPHTrader

Thank you for reaching out. You need to sign the relevant tax form if you want to trade US shares or US incorporated shares outside the USA on leveraged account (CFD) account. If the form is not signed, you would be charged $50 on your account. You can find this form by opening My IG via desktop, selecting 'Settings' and then 'Trading US stocks W8-BEN form'. Screenshot attached as reference. All the best, OfentseIG

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