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Like most forums a more ‘lounge’ area to post and discuss normal stuff which isn’t trade ideas. Just saw a funny article on Sky about Waitrose and them copying hotel chocolate and I wanna talk about it with someone but not really thinking it’s gonna effect HC share price...

 

And the amount of politics stuff

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This will drag the forum lower to the level of private forums, where all the quacks gather for lulz and laughter.This will also encourage the "cut and paste copyright infringement gurus" to cut and paste articles, from the internet, leaving I G at risk of legal issues.

 

Let us keep it professional and objective, in the interests of IG and it's clients.

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thanks for the suggestion and we may look into a restricted offering for this, however we want to keep the forum based on trading news and although a politics section may be interesting, it could also get relatively heated. For now we will look to focus on trading and help and support. 

 

Please keep the suggestions coming :) 

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