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How do execution only stock brokers like Iweb, Idealing, X-O stand up to main players ?

How do execution only stock brokers like Iweb, Idealing, X-O stand up to main players ?

Thu 17 Jan 2019 07:28 by about : share trading accounts - 1 Comments - 85 words

They maybe cheap but how do the platforms work. Has anyone good or bad experiences ?

I get slightly worried about the admin side of lower cost execution only brokers, like dividend collection and reporting, corp action handling and also the quality of support on the phone.

Iweb are offering no admin fee;s and a price of £5.00 per trade, each way. But how do they stand up ?  Is the platofrm relaible and has anyone good or bad experiences.

Would be pleased to hear from currrent users.

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 Steve Long

17/01/19     75 words

Iweb is owned by Lloyds Banking Group and administered by Halifax Share dealing so its hardly a small player.
I have no problem with the interface. Trade screen offers options including 'at best' count down. I would prefer easier real time prices - only available in the trade popup but then do any brokers offer much more in RT prices for free. I believe Idealing charge circa £75 per year for extended RT prices.

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