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Nowler

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Nah, plenty of brokers out there.
I'll just find one that scratches my itch ;)
 

Smith2525

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Do they offer Stocks and Share ISA for UK customers?

I'll be looking for a new broker that does in a few months.
They have US Stocks tradable via CFD (max leverage 1:20)
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sebking1986

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If you're in the UK Freetrade are worth a look. I use Vanguard for my ISA personally as I am happy to stick to index funds there.
 
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sebking1986

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I don't think you can but if you're not looking to trade CFDs then leverage is irrelevent. For investing using leverage probably isn't wise. Trading yes but not investing.
 
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pezza55

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I have found that off shore brokers offer better fees and spreads. Definitely worth taking a look. Check out reviews and make a smart choice.
 
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IceThor

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Brokers have to make money remember
 

Domin_

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I have found that off shore brokers offer better fees and spreads. Definitely worth taking a look. Check out reviews and make a smart choice.
I beg to differ. I know fxview who is regulated and still their fee is low. Commission is $2 rt and minimum deposit is just $5. Likewise there’ll be other regulated brokers.
 

Egads

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Here are some:
Tickmill - $4 / $100k rt
Coinexx - $2 per lot rt
Fxcm - $4 - $6 rt depending on the pair traded
 

Nowler

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If you're in the UK Freetrade are worth a look. I use Vanguard for my ISA personally as I am happy to stick to index funds there.

Is there a good selection of stocks/shares?

Vanguard for example have shite offerings as it's just funds.

EDIT: I just checked them out.
They seem decent!

Good range of offerings under the ISA and are regulated by the FCA too.

Thanks for the suggestion
 
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