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I believe that £15,000 exemption applies only to IG smart portfolios, not regular holdings. Also, I believe that even if you only do 1 or 2 trades per quarter, the tradings fees are offset against the custody charge, so the full custody charge only applies if you make no trades at all.

Serica Energy (LON:SQZ) looks like it is forming a handle on declining volatility and volume, and is above its moving averages.  Or would the traders regard the buy point as having already passed on the 7th from the low handle?Also, does anyone have any tips for assessing volume during the day?  I can easily see where a breakout on volume occurred in retrospect, but I…

Hi Rahope0410, When to sell is really difficult IMO. I have sold shares for 20% profit that have gone on to multibag, and held shares that have doubled and gone on to retreat to 20% up. I have sold shares that have gone down and then they've popped up again, and held shares that have gone down and they've carried on down. Fortunately I've also…

"The obvious answer is default. After all, what are they going to do? Invade?" The simpler answer is probably inflate the debt away. The big question then is can it be done in a controlled manner?

From monitoring his twitter feed for a while, my impression is that he scales back in as setups meeting his criteria occur - i.e. he is largely guided by his setups and stop losses rather than the wider market.Given that he often says that the new market leaders often emerge early from the remains of a bear market or correction I very much doubt that…


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