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  1. PS, you'll have to sell via IG once the shares are posted to your account.
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  2. Actually, I was wrong!! Shares are now in my IG account...so I guess yours are too. Selling for 22p - not a bad 1st day profit
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  3. Hi- my UI looks different than yours. I can't find any notifications section: but event if there was, having to go through all the notifications to find out the profits seems very 'uncomfortable'. I think IG should update it's UI and make this info simpler to access.
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  4. Hi, my question was specifically regarding the UI. I don't see why I need to wait days before the pdf statement is available before I can get the profit information. As I mentioned already, I've looked in the UI in history under all the three sections Transaction/Past Activity/TradeHistory. There is no way to figure out the profit. I find this very frustrating. I've called many times IG support, and all the times the final conclusion was you have to wait for the pdf statement. Your answer seems to prove that there's no way to see that from the UI then. Very disappointing
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  5. Also, say I have a short position already open and decide to open another short. There is no need to tick Force Open. However, in error, instead of sell I press on Buy, that is, going Long. Small handheld device or even on a computer, a momentary confusion... easy to touch the wrong button. Then not only would I have a wrong trade, but that would have closed another trade. As I said, Force Open is a trap. Whoever developed it did so with the intention to cause loss for traders, not for neting off. It is not fit for purpose and if one was to take it further, IG will surely lose a legal c
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