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Hi all,

 

I hope someone can help me. previously on the IG site, there was a link to a page (Pre ESMA start date) that gave some examples of the necessary account size to trade at a certain position size. I think the examples were (and these figures are probably wrong) to trade at £10.00 on the major indices you would need an account size of £3500, to trade at £10.00 on major FX required account size needed was £5000, to trade gold at £50.00 required account size is £7500, I cant seem to find this data anywhere on the site now, did anyone either bookmark the link, or save it and print off and confirm the figures to me. all help greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

Liam

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