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I am looking at various ETF's, originally wanting to invest in Elements Rogers Commodity index RJI & the others being RJA, RJZ, RJN & BIKR ETF's. IG has only updated to include the RJA, but it says 'Call to trade' since they added it recently. Apparently, it's difficult to trade in these ETf's from the UK. They also have Market Access ones linked to the RICI in the ETF screener I was happy to look at, but which are not available in the platform itself. I want to know if it's ok to trade at least the RJA as an ETF, within an ISA or outside?

Also, I cannot trade in IShares Silver Trust (All sessions) & Bloomberg Series B Sugar & various other ETF's that are traded? Is this a problem with a new account, or something to do with it being outside of UK trading hours & not UK ETF's? Order is rejected or get other trade error messages.

I cannot seem to buy TenCent, Baidu, Alibaba shares from China either, which was a possibility, are these not possible on IG (& elsewhere?)

I am looking to build a portfolio of Commodity ETF's, mainly linked to the Rogers index, rather than the Bloomberg or DB/S & P ones etc. & individual commodity ETF's as well as emerging market ETF's & some individual stocks (none from the UK). Am I missing something? Any help much appreciated, thanks

 

 

 

 

 

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On ‎17‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 20:42, Commodityplays said:

I am looking at various ETF's, originally wanting to invest in Elements Rogers Commodity index RJI & the others being RJA, RJZ, RJN & BIKR ETF's. IG has only updated to include the RJA, but it says 'Call to trade' since they added it recently. Apparently, it's difficult to trade in these ETf's from the UK. They also have Market Access ones linked to the RICI in the ETF screener I was happy to look at, but which are not available in the platform itself. I want to know if it's ok to trade at least the RJA as an ETF, within an ISA or outside?

the Elements Rogers Commodity index  isn't UCITS eligible from a quick googley. So no ISA I'm afraid. Same goes for Ishares Silver trust.

Go to their ETF screener page and just make sure you have the ISA category selected. You should however be able to trade these in the CFD / spread accounts. They're coming up for me anyway.

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8 hours ago, cryptotrader said:

the Elements Rogers Commodity index  isn't UCITS eligible from a quick googley. So no ISA I'm afraid. Same goes for Ishares Silver trust.

Go to their ETF screener page and just make sure you have the ISA category selected. You should however be able to trade these in the CFD / spread accounts. They're coming up for me anyway.

OK, so you can't trade in a non-ISA ETF (tried, but trade never executes & definitely not in ISA as you say) Do you think you can only trade in it in CFD/spreads?

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