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DEGIRO Costs

  • 30-04-2019 10:32am
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 924 ✭✭✭


    HI,
    So I have set up a DEGIRO account and plan on buying the following shares Id really appreciate it if someone could calculate my costs:

    Share Cost per share # Shares Cost $
    VSTM 2.23 500 1115
    Cleavland Cliffs 9.87 100 987
    Sensus Healthcare 6.5 100 650

    Macy's 24.09 50 1204.5
    AT^T 30.88 50 1544


Comments

  • Registered Users Posts: 7,500 ✭✭✭BrokenArrows


    degiro will calculate the costs for you, just perform the buy process but dont submit it.


  • Registered Users Posts: 924 ✭✭✭Irishder


    degiro will calculate the costs for you, just perform the buy process but dont submit it.

    Thanks just waiting on my account to be activated to transfer funds.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,122 ✭✭✭redlead


    Irishder wrote: »
    HI,
    So I have set up a DEGIRO account and plan on buying the following shares Id really appreciate it if someone could calculate my costs:

    Share Cost per share # Shares Cost $
    VSTM 2.23 500 1115
    Cleavland Cliffs 9.87 100 987
    Sensus Healthcare 6.5 100 650

    Macy's 24.09 50 1204.5
    AT^T 30.88 50 1544

    Vstm is a right punt. That price is liable to go anywhere when the Q2 results come out later this week. It's been very volatile.


  • Registered Users Posts: 924 ✭✭✭Irishder


    redlead wrote: »
    Vstm is a right punt. That price is liable to go anywhere when the Q2 results come out later this week. It's been very volatile.

    Yeah still in two minds. By the time i get the account verified it will probably be next week so not sure if thats a good thing or a bad thing. Time will tell.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,122 ✭✭✭redlead


    Irishder wrote: »
    Yeah still in two minds. By the time i get the account verified it will probably be next week so not sure if thats a good thing or a bad thing. Time will tell.

    I'm tempted to put a cheeky small punt on it but its not based on any real logic other than the share price goes all over the place and you could make a big return. When I look into it I don't see why the analysts are so bullish. They look to have a mediocre enough product in a market where there are two other competitors more established with very similar products. They also don't seem to be doing a great job marketing it. All my instincts are saying this is going to be trading for cents in a years time. I love a quick buck though :-)


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  • Registered Users Posts: 924 ✭✭✭Irishder


    redlead wrote: »
    I'm tempted to put a cheeky small punt on it but its not based on any real logic other than the share price goes all over the place and you could make a big return. When I look into it I don't see why the analysts are so bullish. They look to have a mediocre enough product in a market where there are two other competitors more established with very similar products. They also don't seem to be doing a great job marketing it. All my instincts are saying this is going to be trading for cents in a years time. I love a quick buck though :-)

    My thinking is it's ripe for a takeover and that's why the analysts are bullish. Again no data to back it up just a thought.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 391 ✭✭nailer54321


    I have a basic Degiro account and have been trading for a while now, mainly just buying/selling on the US stock exchange. I would like to start trading in covered calls, is anybody trading covered calls with a Degiro account? I am looking at this but will have to upgrade my account to an active account. I would like to know is there any extra fees associated with this account except the that you would occure while trading covered calls, also will the fees for buying normal shares stay the same. I'm not sure if I explained myself very well, but basically I would like to know if I upgrade my account to an active account but only trade occasionally due i incure any extra costs with this type of account. Thanks for you help.


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