First steps ... Finding a broker

Jackwilson29

Newbie
1 0
Hi guys,

New to trading, I've been trading on virtual websites for just over 2 months now and want to take a dive into using my own money.

Just wondering if anyone can answer a few quick questions.

The best online service to buy shares?

I'm looking to invest £500-£3000, short term trades, so the lower the commission the better.

Thanks
 

Hate2Lose

Active member
155 3
Hi guys,

New to trading, I've been trading on virtual websites for just over 2 months now and want to take a dive into using my own money.

Just wondering if anyone can answer a few quick questions.

The best online service to buy shares?

I'm looking to invest £500-£3000, short term trades, so the lower the commission the better.

Thanks
Depends if you want leverage or not.

Look at Accendo Markets, IG Markets, TD. If you use CFDs, for example, you won’t pay stamp duty. This will add up for you if you’re trading short term.
 
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member275544

0 0
Hi guys,

New to trading, I've been trading on virtual websites for just over 2 months now and want to take a dive into using my own money.

Just wondering if anyone can answer a few quick questions.

The best online service to buy shares?

I'm looking to invest £500-£3000, short term trades, so the lower the commission the better.

Thanks

iweb are the cheapest, £5 commission and no management fees
 

ph_trader

Well-known member
414 6
make a list of broker that you a have in mind? what are the conditions that you are looking at, is this a us based broker an offshore one? oanda hot forex alpari dukas maybe?
 
 
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