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Is there a way to include commission, charges etc in book cost by default, rather than manually changing please?

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Hi @Ara,

Total book value cost has to be added manually by adding stamp duty and commissions to the cost of buying the shares. We do not offer an automatic book value cost calculator, as this will also depend on the cost associated with closing the position.

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Daniela

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