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  1. A trading forum and help and support network for IG clients The new IG Community has been live for a few weeks now and I just wanted to update all Community members on a couple of things, including a showcase of a brand new promotional video. This should be useful for those who haven't used Community before but what to know more - it's well worth a watch. If you have any comments or questions regarding the new forum please let us know in the Comments section below. We're always looking to improve our offering based on what traders want - so give us a shout! New fe
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  2. Gold continues to run but if the coronavirus end of the world narrative wanes and it all proved to be a media driven collective madness and stocks rally then Gold may yet produce that strong bearish move I have been expecting. Silver remains stuck in a LT consolidation and I can't see Gold getting to the extremes being talked up until Silver runs much hotter and stocks crater. There are too many gold bug bulls for the rally to be sustainable without a major crisis, which we do not yet have. Therefore the higher high on Friday (or maybe a little bit more early next week) could be signal
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  3. Hey @RegRow, Thanks for your post. With our share dealing/ ISA accounts we have a fixed commission up to £25,000. If you want to trade more than £25K in one go you can get your commission structure changed to 5 basis points (0.05%). However, if you work out the exposure of your trade you will be able to determine what's more cost effective for you. You can find our commission structure here: https://www.ig.com/uk/investments/share-dealing/costs-fees Example: If you were looking to buy £40K worth of the same UK shares. You could either: 1. Do one trade with ex
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  4. Hi I am little bit confused with how IG handle selling PUT options and was wondering if someone can help please :- Lets say SHARE A i has March PUT option selling at 40 and I sell one contract. Later on when market moves against me I buy it back at 80. I was expecting to be initially credited with £400 premium for selling the option and then it would cost me £800 for buying it back ie total loss of £400. HOWEVER with IG I do NOT get the premium and instead have a loss of £800 Can anyone explain why is that please as I have tried contacting IG number of times without
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