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Richania

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Hi All,

I want to buy some US shares in Apple, Disney, Alphabet etc, how do I know whether I am buying the stock that I want.

I cannot see any codes like you do on comsec that differentiate each company, do I just search for the name such as Disney and the Walt Disney Co comes up on the list?

Is this the main Disney company?

Can I see the code for each stock or not?

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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3 hours ago, Richania said:

Hi All,

I want to buy some US shares in Apple, Disney, Alphabet etc, how do I know whether I am buying the stock that I want.

I cannot see any codes like you do on comsec that differentiate each company, do I just search for the name such as Disney and the Walt Disney Co comes up on the list?

Is this the main Disney company?

Can I see the code for each stock or not?

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

Hey @Richania, thanks for your message. 

Our leveraged platform does not show company tickers. If this is where you're looking to trade you can type the company name or ticker into the search bar. There has been clients on community asking to add the ticket back into the leveraged platform and I am speaking with developers to get this added. 

On non-leveraged accounts you can find the ticker in the get info section. 

I hope this helps, if you need anything else @ me or quote my response. 

 

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