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  1. retired_member27

    retired_member27 Retired Member

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    Can anyone recommend a good online share dealing broker, I currently use Shareview which is ok but their customer service is way below average.
     
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    Physicals,cfds,spreads?
     
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    retired_member27 Retired Member

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    Just individual company shares.
     
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    I use shareview and never had an issue
     
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    redbird Well-Known Member

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    I've used Barclays for over 10 years, never had a reason to change.

    Only problem I've ever had was when I changed from paper certs to online and there was about a 10 day period when I couldn't trade them. Unfortunately it was during that 10 day period that the tech stocks bubble burst and no prizes for guessing what 90% of mine were in?


    Dave
     
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    can't say i'd recommend any for physicals. most are ok until you need support. I use halifax who are ok for trading uk stocks online but if you have any issues.......good luck. they managed to lose certificates of mine etc..

    if you have the experience and at least 10k i'd recommend trading cfd's instead. gnitouch / mfglobal are good.
     
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    I also have a spreadbetting account at Igindex for the day trades, if you are interested in the very short term, although doesn't have to be that short term.
     
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    I use www.iii.co.uk
    Once your setup its nice and easy. Easy to deposit and withdraw.
     
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    I can recommend halifax share dealing,

    iwebsharedealing.co.uk - used them when they were IMI web from their first days. Flat costs for trades!
     
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    NatWest Stockbrokers

    ...definitely I'd recommend natweststockbrokers.com for normal share dealing and CFD's/Spreadbetting.
     
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    Halifax has always been decent for me but there are companies that charge less for trades.
     
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