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1 minute ago, Chenzo1 said:

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hi, there are a number of reasons it could be. It might be that IG has reached it's own risk limit for taking trades on that particular market, or it might be that the company's market cap has slipped below IG's minimum and IG are waiting for anyone still holding a position to close out before they remove it from the platform.

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2 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

hi, there are a number of reasons it could be. It might be that IG has reached it's own risk limit for taking trades on that particular market, or it might be that the company's market cap has slipped below IG's minimum and IG are waiting for anyone still holding a position to close out before they remove it from the platform.

Thanks for your time.ūüĎć

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3 hours ago, Chenzo1 said:

Hi Charlotte,

Please see below.

CIDARA Therapeutics. CDTC

ChromaDex Corporation. CDXC

Clearside Biomedical Inc. CLSD

Thanks

Chenzo.

Hey, 

After speaking with the desk: 

CDTX currently has a big enough market cap but it's only just passed the three month threshold so we'd want it to stabilise a bit because its pretty much doubled this last month.
CDXC Has been added for you :)
CLSD market capitalisation is too small unfortunalety to offer on leveraged. 
 
:) 
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On 09/01/2020 at 15:35, CharlotteIG said:

Hey, 

After speaking with the desk: 

CDTX currently has a big enough market cap but it's only just passed the three month threshold so we'd want it to stabilise a bit because its pretty much doubled this last month.
CDXC Has been added for you :)
CLSD market capitalisation is too small unfortunalety to offer on leveraged. 
 
:) 

Hi Charlotte,

Still getting this message on CDXC. 

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13 minutes ago, dmedin said:

This seems pretty generous, he'll be the only bloke trading it so I bet IG will be hedging by betting against him :D  Or with him, if he's any good :D

with 10's of thousands of markets out there it's often the case that the broker will wait for client interest before including a company onto the platform.

The hedging by IG is not to bet against you but if required works the other way around. So if IG wants to hedge against your trade they will take out the same trade in the same direction so if you win so do they and they can pass their profit over to you, if you make a loss they take that loss to compensate their own loss.

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8 hours ago, Chenzo1 said:

Hi Charlotte,

Still getting this message on CDXC. 

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Thanks for your response. 

I checked with the desk again and the market cap was too small so it was set to 'non-leveraged' but our shares desk have just changed it to leveraged again. Please be aware this stock is 'Unborrowable' meaning clients cannot take short positions. If you're looking to place a short position, you can call us and one of our dealer can check for borrow. 

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6 hours ago, dmedin said:

This seems pretty generous, he'll be the only bloke trading it so I bet IG will be hedging by betting against him :D  Or with him, if he's any good :D

As @Caseynotes mentions, we hedge the same way as our clients we only make money from the spread. If you do have any stocks on the platform you can't see we can check with the desk and add them as log as they meet the minimum cap size and we're able to trade on the exchange. 

 

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