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i assume the login url changed, as my autosaved passwords no longer completes :/
From what I understand you are able to lock in specific prices using credit (which you pay extra for). But this is an added 'premium' feature.I am trying to understand the selling/buying price on EE. It appears that a part-time investor like myself has no say in this price because I am not able to place a bid on a particular price or can I? What about the selling price, can I ask for a particular price? I am still on the demo account, maybe live trading is different.
The option to set "Limit orders" or "Stop/Break orders" are not available on all stocks.I am trying to understand the selling/buying price on EE. It appears that a part-time investor like myself has no say in this price because I am not able to place a bid on a particular price or can I? What about the selling price, can I ask for a particular price? I am still on the demo account, maybe live trading is different.
It is strange that the spread for Telkom is so wide.Around 17:00, I notice the bid price on Telkom go to R38.45 and the Ask price around R34.38. The last price was R36.62. Is this some form of system error, or does this happen around the times the market close? What would have happened if I did sell? Would the transaction have gone through today, or carried over tomorrow?
It’s used for AML - Anti Money Laundering.Is there a major difference between choosing between salary or savings as where your deposits come from?
If you go to the funds transfer section, you can select where you want to transfer to and from and it'll tell you costs and rates. You don't even need funds to see.
You can deposit into your ZAR account and pay via your FNB Credit Card (hence will earn smart spend). This is how to earn the ebucks 'kickback'. (I think this is what Mr Norris meant -- however I could be wrong)Hang on, how did you fund your USD account and get eBucks?
(Maybe a more appropriate question for the eBucks thread, but hopefully the EE crew forgive a brief intrusion)
I think it can make sense in some instances but probably only on the higher FNB accounts and ebucks levels. I often use it, I might spend R200+ in fees but that same transaction will push me over a smart spend threshold and I will get R300 or R450 back in ebucks. So net effect still positive.You used to get 50% of the SWIFT fee back in ebucks. I am not sure if it's still a thing though. I don't use CC for funding my account. The fees just don't make sense.