@Cashurkash Thank you for pointing that out, though I was more thinking along the line of a pro for better order execution rather than a pro for additional leverage - e.g. here is a description of the difference btw the Interactive Broker Pro vs. Interactive Broker Lite that highlights the difference btw quality of order execution on stockbrokers.com:
IBKR Pro Stock trades: Standard fixed pricing US stock trades run $.005 per share with a minimum of $1.00 and a maximum of 0.5% of trade value. Interactive Brokers does not accept payment for order flow, a key element in providing quality.
IBKR Lite: All US stock and ETF trades are $0. The main caveat to IBKR Lite is the lower quality order executions. Like other $0 brokers, under IBKR Lite, Interactive Brokers makes money off its order flow.
@SWPhilosophy I’m not sure Trading212 notifies users for new issuances? I suppose one has to search for the equity in the app at its IPO date?