Jump to content
  • 0

Carillion shares sold Thursday but balance not available

Guest Carloscarlos


Guest Carloscarlos

I placed a trade on Monday 8th Jan and set a stop loss for 13p per share. The shares sold Thursday around 2pm when they hit 12.87


Now Friday 19th, after balance showing available zero.... I called and was told that the trade may not have been confirmed despite the shares selling, order being placed and that sometimes there is a delay or not fulfilled from IG to next dealer but if this is the case, this is a grave concern as I could lose everything because IG cannot fulfill an order I place to buy or sell despite an order confirmation taking place nor can I go back into another trade again with an available balance showing.


The balance shows in my share dealing account however but available as zero.


Has anyone ever had this happen?

I really hope I don’t have to go to media or thisismoney or which or small claims as it’s such a hassle.

Link to comment

1 answer to this question

Recommended Posts

Guest Judge125

I had an issue with a share dealing account as well funny enough about a company that almost went to the wall and issued a buyback of outstanding shares after a split, I am also unhappy with the outcome and trying to get an answer maybe have a look at my post on "ORIG" 

Link to comment


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • image.png

  • Posts

    • It would be difficult and the next line of action would be withdrawal of assets to a good alternative exchange or wallet and observe how the whole drama will end 
    • The recent turbulence in the market has resulted in significant losses and liquidations for many traders. While futures trading offers the potential for rapid portfolio growth, it also carries considerable risks, demanding both bravery and a strong belief in technical analysis (TA). However, despite my attempts, futures trading hasn't been my strong suit. Creating a resilient crypto portfolio doesn't necessarily mean diving into high-risk ventures like futures trading. It took me some time to realize that there are alternative, nearly risk-free methods to build a solid portfolio. Yet, the allure of quick profits in crypto often overshadows the patience required for these strategies. Whether you're involved in futures or spot trading, the market's unpredictability can lead to significant losses, as demonstrated by the recent downturn affecting BTC and most altcoins. Many traders found themselves unprepared, lacking sufficient USDT reserves for dollar-cost averaging (DCA) during market recoveries. Nevertheless, there is hope. For those looking to maximize profits while minimizing risks, products such as launchpools, launchpads, or PoolX offer promising opportunities. Available on various top centralized exchanges (CEX), these platforms involve staking assets like USDT, BGB, BNB, or OKB, depending on the exchange. One observation I've noted is that whenever an exchange announces a launchpool or launchpad event, the value of the exchange token tends to soar. This surge is fueled by users eager to participate and earn complimentary tokens. Following the event, participants can benefit from both the acquired tokens and the increased value of the exchange token. This approach has proven successful for me, as evidenced by the recent ENA launchpool event on Bitget. Have you explored similar opportunities in the past? Please feel free to share your experiences.
  • Create New...