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I have previously traded using a barcs account and level 2 and did OK.  I stopped a few years ago actively trading and cancelled my level 2 on Barcs and just sold some of my portfolio now and then.  I am looking to become an active investor again and do not like the Barcs fairly new Smart Investor account so have looked here as I have a spread betting acount.  I am unsure of the charges for the level 2 share dealing account.  Is it £7.20 per trade, per day, per month.  This may be a silly question but it is not clear to me.

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Yes, so I think you're probably looking at the LSE L2 DMA data which would be £7.20 / month. You can also get the L2 dealer from here which gives those important advanced order types. https://www.ig.com/uk/l2-trading-platform

Worth noting you can turn the above feed on / off as you wish. 

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