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Can anyone tell me the cost associated with buying into and selling out of an etf ? 

IN Particular a palladium us etf 

 

 

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Hi @Paulh007,  you need to decide how you want to buy eg actual shares of an etf through the share dealing platform or the derivative of an etf through the cfd or spread bet platform, the costs for each method are quoted in the relevant, IG help pages.

Second, you need to decide which etf, IG lists dozens of US etf's so you will need to do some research to identity which one you are interested in, you may find a number of etf's that include exposure to palladium eg mining and some that track the actual physical. If you find one that IG doesn't list you can ask for it to be added. 

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