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@eToroTeam hi if i have Eos coins on etoro whats whens the drop in june comes about?. Thanks ... Show More
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Many users have been asking about payments and charges for their positions today. We would like to provide all of you with some clarity. When holding a SELL trade on an Index or Stock that paid a dividend, you will be charged proportionally to the amount of units you are holding. This charge will appear under the Fees section in your Trade Story/Edit Trade tab. A dividend is a sum of money regularly paid (typically quarterly) by a company to its shareholders out of its profits (or reserves). Companies that earn a profit can do one of three things: Pay that profit out to shareholders Reinvest it in the business through expansion Reduce debt or share repurchases, or both When a portion of the profit is paid out to shareholders, the payment is known as a dividend. Dividends must be declared (i.e., approved) by a company’s Board of Directors each time they are paid. There are three important dates to remember regarding dividends: Declaration date: The declaration date is the day the Board of Directors announces their intention to pay a dividend. On this day, the company creates a liability on its books; it now owes the money to the stockholders. On the declaration date, the Board will also announce a date of record and a payment date. Date of record: This date is also known as “ex-dividend” date. It is the day upon which the stockholders of record are entitled to the upcoming dividend payment. Only the owners of the shares on or before that date will receive the dividend. If you purchased shares after the ex-dividend date, you would not receive its upcoming dividend payment; the investor from whom you purchased your shares would. Payment date: This is the date the dividend will actually be given to the shareholders of the company. To check if this is relevant to your Account- we suggest checking your Account statement- it's easy! You can access your Account statement via Portfolio> clicking on History ( the clock with the arrow)> And then clicking on the Settings Wheel. This will offer you the option to produce your Account Statement and see a full breakdown of all the transactions in your account. ... Show More
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We've noticed some users were asking questions about $PLATINUM so we wanted to clarify an important point. Please note that Platinum is an instrument with low liquidity generally which can explain the rates received for trades. In the market, at any point, there are buyers and sellers at different prices, and the liquidity provider looks for the best trade for you. If at your requested price, there are no counterparties that are willing to complete your request, the liquidity provider moves to the next best rate, until the request is fulfilled. If you still wish for us to review your position, we can do so via ticket only. Please use this link to do so: <a href="https://etoro.tw/1fS05L4" class="e-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer ">etoro.tw/1fS05L4</a> ... Show More
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eToro traders please note: Soon we will be upgrading our Customer Service systems, and therefore, the options of opening a new ticket or contacting us via live chat will not be available between 21:00 and 04:00 GMT. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience and appreciate your understanding in this matter. If you have further questions, please tag <a href="/people/etoro_service" class="e-link">@eToro_Service</a>. Thanks - Omer ... Show More
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@eToroTeam & Dear Etoro users, Please check the below screen shots. Etoro charging double spreads. if you see the screenshot below, Eos % of P&L is correct, but Dash one is wrong. this is valid for most of my portfolio and suggest everyone to check theirs. The spread while buying is included in the buying price, the position opens at buying price which is current price + buying price, reason why we always start in red as we have paid the spread at that moment, which is ok. however I do not understand why there is still another couple % added to the calculation later on? double spreads? As you can see from the screen shot, the math doesn&#x27;t stick for Dash. I am not able to reach Etoro or my Acc manager, therefore I am making this public to see if other users are impacted, maybe they will accept to look into this. please keep this post up so we can get their attention. Regards, ZN ... Show More

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