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igsnakeuk

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  1. Hi, regarding something similar, how do I know if the shares I've selected will pay me a dividend and when? I'm sure I've selected companies that pay dividends but didn't see any payments yet. Thanks.
  2. Thanks. More on this, I don't understand why when buying a US stock the price is in US dollars, but when I buy a UK stock it appears in GBP pence. So I'm confused by looking at the price of a stock as it doesn't reflect the same decimal. Is this an error?
  3. Hi, This is a question regarding shares dealing on international shares. When placing an order with a day limit, with closed markets, if the order expires and doesn't hit the price I set, do you charge the order fee anyway? Or does it close the postion with no order and no fee? Thanks
  4. Hi, This is a question regarding shares dealing on international shares. When placing an order with a day limit, with closed markets, if the order expires and doesn't hit the price I set, do you charge the order fee anyway? Or does it close the postion with no order and no fee? Thanks
  5. Hi, Not really I'm sorry. I would like to keep some trades open for the long term and regularly add a sum to each of them to avoid the fee (so at least 3 times every quarter on different trades). I might be opening new trades depending on the size of the portfolio I want to build, but I want to be free to avoid closing them each quarter. My intention is to add amounts to the open positions on a regular basis once the portfolio has been created. I trust this to be possible without a fee. Thanks.
  6. Hi, I just started using the platform and I now notice that the fees have risen. This is not a good start, but I do understand the reason. Can I ask if the £24 per quarter completely replaces the inactivity fee? Also, what do you mean by being active, does it mean placing 3 orders in a quarter? For example if I have an open position that I'm willing to keep for the long term, by adding a small amount 3 times a quarter will count as being active and be eligible to avoid the fee? Thanks for clarifying. Igsnakeuk
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