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Maximum trading value on Share Dealing Account

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On 26/10/2019 at 17:43, PNInvestment said:

Does anyone know what the max. value when purchasing share on an IG trading account? How do you set this value higher? 

Hey @PNInvestment

Thanks for you message. There's no minimum on the amount of shares you can purchase for share dealing. The issue you might be experiencing is if you're trying to buy more that £25,000 worth of a UK stock. We have a flat fee of £8 per £25,000. If you want to have a limitless maximum you can request it via email or call but you will need to pay 5 basis points (0.05%) instead of £8 per £25,000.


If you're experiencing rejections on our CFD/ Spread betting platforms I would advise calling us to determine the issue. There may be an issue with the stock or you may have to use advanced orders if you're trading in large sizes. 

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