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DMA now cost me $1,000/yr

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Am I right in saying the DMA now cost me $1,000/yr to trade on many stocks without the ability to even get a "trade count" rebate. I could not even get my selected trade at the close auction (CIM), which is a $13Billion plus MC. This stuffed up my trading for the day. It may be a case of pay $1000 for the use of IG or go somewhere else.

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Thought it was closer to 7 quid for LSE and maybe a dollar or two for US exchanges ???

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If you want DMA on ASX stocks that are now delayed 20min (new function) it is $82 Month and no "Trade rebate" as displayed on "My Account - Data Feeds" Level 2 access. That is the way I read it. I would love to be corrected but that the way it read for me (SMSF).

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