Tesla stock split

No restriction on IG. Checked it this morning.

I had a pending order set for $470 and when the price hit that level I got the message “Your pending order was cancelled due to insufficient funds”.

Now the same has just happened at $465 and $460. I’m missing out on these prices.

I have sufficient funds; I think the problem is the maximum traded quantity.

I was told once that there was no need to mention Trading 212 staff in posts because they read everything in the forum.

However, given the number of unanswered questions I’ve posed on this topic (mentioned or not), how do I get a detailed answer on why they have reduced the maximum traded quantity for Tesla?

Open a new thread on the help forum. That’s what I did last time stocks were restricted.

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Why there is a restriction in the first place. T212 seems to be so tough to trade and not great!!

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Gold, agree with everything here. Will try on my own YT to be as valuable as possible, just getting started.

Trading 212 team got un-ethical nature of implementing new restrictions/processes in adhoc way without bothering of intimating to their customers.

Whilst other trading platforms accepting any quantity, why Trading 212 doesn’t allow? Can someone answer please?

Hello, got a question. I would like to sell a particular stock doing poorly in my pie so I have removed it from my pie.

Issue is its only the BUY button, no SELL button.

Does this mean I cant sell off a stock once it put in a pie, weather removed

Hi Moormoni,

No, when you remove it from your pie, it becomes a stand alone share. Which you can access by clicking on it in the investment tab. This will bring up the share with the BUY & SELL buttons.

Check this screenshot…you can see there is no Sell button on the Beyond Meat

Is this a bug?

Can you click and hold on the stock in the investment tab? Should allow you to sell via it

Maybe because the stock is in the pie? :wink:

Thus only way to sell is to go pie, remove holding from pie and go withdraw, amount = to the position.

Or export out of the pie and sell via investment tab.

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@LiamMc

No sell tab coming on when i do as instructed.

@Vedran

I removed this from the pie. See screen shot

Now withdraw that amount when markets open by selecting custom and 100% on it. Exporting would be easier though

If there is a feature to sell a company shares removed from pie then this is a bug issue unless there is no feature yet to sell a company shares that have been removed from a pie.

I have tried so many scenarios to achieve this but still no SELL tab appearing.

@cavanhagan that did work when markets was open.

Need to SELL first before funds can go back to become available for withdrawals.

I am just testing the pie and giving feedback, and this seems to be a major feature missing or a bug if there is a feature already in place.

No it isn’t a feature yet but @Vedran gave you the two work around a right now. Definitely the easiest way is to export the investment from the pie into your account and sell it from there (you could even use a limit that way)

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