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Share Price: 2.475Bid: 2.40Ask: 2.55Change: -0.025 (-1.00%)Faller - Columbus Energy
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 2.50High: 2.50Low: 2.425Yesterday’s Close: 2.50


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Bamps21
Posts: 910
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
19 May '19
Hi flexmw
If the cash remains in an Isa and is not taken out it can then be transferred to another broker
Best to talk to the brokers involved first
I've heard of some people transferring stocks ok in 4 weeks but that's not Barclays
 
flexmw
Posts: 145
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
19 May '19
Bamps21
Only problem is if you liquidated your ISA holdings to cash (presuming a large holding) you’d only be able to put this years cash entitlement back into your new ISA, ie £20k this losing the benefit of tax free on gains if you brought stocks with the remainder of monies in a standard trading account.
Bamps21
Posts: 910
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
19 May '19
Hi PinWiz
My experience with transferring an Isa out of Barclays was traumatic after 2 years it's still not complete. I tried to transfer the stocks over with hundreds of phone calls from me and then Carillion went bump in the middle of it and that is still holding up the final transfer.
If I was to do it again I would liquidate and just transfer the cash over but that's just my opinion , better to ask the broker
Good luck :))
PinWiz
Posts: 518
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
18 May '19
How does the process work? Do you have to liquidate all shares held and transfer the funds or is there a simple transfer transaction between brokers after opening a new account?
LTID
Posts: 652
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
18 May '19
Ive also been with iweb for about 10 years no problems
LGO-fan
Posts: 2,992
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
18 May '19
I believe but might be worth to compare and 2 accounts?
LGO-fan
Posts: 2,992
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
18 May '19
x/o is perfect for executing trades. Flat fee. works well, but is is no thrills only. Don’t expect anything fancy. It is literally just to execute trades. But if that is what you need, than it’s a good option to consider
Captain55
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
RE: Alternative Brokers to II
18 May '19
Simon19 - the wife & i have used I-Web for several years now without any problems at all & only GBP 5.00 a trade.
Simon19
Posts: 158
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.65
Alternative Brokers to II
17 May '19
Any of you guys used X-O(by Jarvis) or iweb-sharedealing(by Halifax)?

Interactive Investor will be increasing there fees AGAIN starting from 1st June (from £22.50 a quarter to £40/£80), leaving ii has been on my todo list since the rubbish website update around 16 months back.

x-o and iweb offer a simple flat trade-only fee of £5.95 per trade and have no inactivity or monthly/yearly admin charges...

I am a medium/long term holder so having zero fees other than the tradecost is ideal for me.

I'd like to sort this out over the weekend so if you have any suggestions let me know.

Cheers




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