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  1. Hey, You should find them on your CFD/ Spread betting account under US Equity Options
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  2. I will second this suggestion! Viewing as an options chain is so much more friendly. Presumably this would also enable the implied volatilities to be displayed, which helps enormously with assessing value and timing trades, especially as the IV seems to vary considerably through the day.
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  3. @CharlotteIG I'll keep asking until this question gets answered. Why don't you lay out these options in the same intuitive format as the commodity, index and FX options already available on the platform? Also, why not list them under "OPT" with those others?
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  4. While this article gives good advise, in my opinion, it is a huge mistake to remove one stock of the market like you guys have done. Specially when it has been so openly discussed. It is true that going with the crowd sets you in a position where we are 'late' to the party. We are likely to receive all the hits if we follow the crowd. We know that. But the way to manage risk is personal and shouldn't be influenced by the broker. Because I never received financial advise when I saw that 80% of customer loose money trading with a broker, I shouldn't be patronised and blocked fro
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  5. down again. Nice one guys. Remember your screwing all your customers here
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  6. So what is IG going to do about the fact that it crashed for an hour during the rapid events, and GME shares worth $400 couldn't be sold (in fact, it seems a huge number couldn't even log in successfully) until they had hit $200. Taking risks on a stock is one thing. But when the platform goes completely dark, is that just a gamble that's our fault as well? And if it's not our fault, then does the company who's responsible get to share in the losses they're responsible for?
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