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how much are the fees and commission for the retail traders?

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how much do we get charged per transaction? what are the different fees and charges? Also, if i keep a trade open for a few month, are there recurring fees?


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54 minutes ago, Mosta77 said:

how much do we get charged per transaction? what are the different fees and charges? Also, if i keep a trade open for a few month, are there recurring fees?


Hey @Mosta77 welcome to the community. 

The costs depend on what you're trading. 

For all Spread betting/ CFD products (apart from CFD shares) the charge is the spread. So the difference between the buy and sell price multiplied by your size. 

With CFD shares you are charged commission when opening and closing positions. 

Do be aware that with any cash/ DFB positions you will subject to overnight funding, which for most markets is taken if you hold the position through 10pm (UK time). You can find details of how these are calculate by clicking here

If you are interested in Share dealing/ ISA accounts you can find fees here. 

I hope this helps. If you need anything else, '@' me and I will be happy to look at your questions. 

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