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Trading cfd for the first time on ig

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Hi

Im a first time using ig platform and it is so confusing to get used to it

Ive been using the demo account to make a first trade and it keeps saying order rejected. Is it because the market im trying to trade in is closed (its the australian asx cfd share)  

Also when i try to make an order at the current price it brings up an error saying  invalid denomination 

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Hey - if you login (https://community.ig.com/login) to the Community using your demo account detail then I will be able to see the linked account and any errors. Possibly the market was closed at the time? Unsure as it could be a number of different things. 

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