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Hi I have placed my first trades but have noticed a $15 commission charge, now assuming the shares I have make say $30 in a month and I sell them I then get charged another $15 commission, so I basically make no money on this trade? What are the commission percentages supposed to be?

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Hi thanks for your query. Please find below the commissions on CFD and share dealing accounts, as well as spread betting spreads. As you stated if you have two commissions of $15, and the stock rises by $30 then you would be flat (have made no money) on the trade. 


Shares commissions


CFD commissions: https://www.ig.com/uk/shares-cfd-product-details


Share dealing commissions: https://www.ig.com/uk/investments/share-dealing/costs-fees 


Spread betting spread: https://www.ig.com/uk/shares-spread-bet-product-details

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