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Trading at 0800

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I would like to be able to trade on stocks at 0800 and seconds later to get in on volatile stocks.  However upon opening up a deal ticket on your web platform prior to 0800 - the 'at quote' option is not present and would not appear on this ticket if left open for 0800.

 

Only If I refresh the page at 0800 then find and open up a deal ticket would the 'at quote' appear - however by now I have lost maybe 15 seconds of potential better pricing.

 

Is there anyway to be able to have deal tickets ready to receive at quote from exactly 0800:01 instead of this annoying delay which today again cost myself hundreds in lost gains due to this small delay.  

 

  

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Thanks for your feedback, I shall make sure I pass it onto the appropriate teams. Unfortunately I don't see this being a priority on the roadmap for share dealing on the regular platform.

 

Please note that if you want to get into the auction period before the market opens you can do this by giving us a call and dealing over the phone. Alternatively you can download the L2 dealer which is a dedicated DMA platform with no need to refresh your page. 

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