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Old 22-06-2012, 10:23 PM   #31
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I have trading accounts with most of the brokerages and here are my observations.

L&T, UOB-KH and DMG are using basically the same trading platform abeit with a few visual customisation. The UI is basically the same. With a doubt, the UI is definitely the most friendly and very easy to use. The charts are based on Chartnexus so its rock solid. It also has more data than the free Chartnexus. The live streaming is stable.

I haven't use iOCBC much since its revamp but its definitely better than the previous one. Not sure how stable it is.

DBSV live streaming is iffy at time. The charts are not the best but I really like that you can customise the watchlist in any order, instead of alphabetically order.

POEMS has the worst and most unfriendly UI of all the brokerages and they dun seem particularly keen to improve after all these years.

I mainly use DBSV for my buy order cos the $18 commission for cash upfront is cheaper than most (except SCB which I refuse to use). For sell orders, it either UOB-KH or L&T depending on my mood. I only use POEMS for the Unit Share market.

I dun use mobile apps so the above comments is restricted to the desktop experience.
y do u refuse to use SCB then?
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Old 22-06-2012, 10:26 PM   #32
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y do u refuse to use SCB then?
Simple answer. Its a personal preference. I dun like my shares to be held in custodian by them.
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Old 28-04-2013, 02:54 PM   #33
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imho... i have tried a few and uob is the best for PC web usage. it has the nicest easiest on the eyes interface. It has the best daily research report with fairly accurate and strong ideas. I dont use the screener as I have factset. The chart tool bull or bear not very accurate.
iocbc interface not that good. not easy on eyes. insist on java, you need to have latest updated java. quite troublesome.

for mobile app, I think iocbc is good. quite fast and responsive.
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Old 28-04-2013, 10:59 PM   #34
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imho... i have tried a few and uob is the best for PC web usage. it has the nicest easiest on the eyes interface. It has the best daily research report with fairly accurate and strong ideas. I dont use the screener as I have factset. The chart tool bull or bear not very accurate.
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Ever since UOB-KH implement thier ChartGenie, they give spamming us with the mail. Anyone has any idea how to turn it off? Its very irritating!
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Old 29-04-2013, 08:23 AM   #35
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Ever since UOB-KH implement thier ChartGenie, they give spamming us with the mail. Anyone has any idea how to turn it off? Its very irritating!
Go to 'Account Management' -> 'Preferences', look up 'ChartGenie Alerts' & deactivate.
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Old 29-04-2013, 08:25 AM   #36
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Simple answer. Its a personal preference. I dun like my shares to be held in custodian by them.
Me too!
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Is there any reason why I do not have any Stop Loss function i iocbc?
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Old 20-04-2017, 10:13 PM   #38
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How come the stock average price bought few months back is difference in the indicative porfolio for yesterday and today? program bug?
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Is there any reason why I do not have any Stop Loss function i iocbc?
Hi orrb86,

We are checking on this and will get back to you again.

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How come the stock average price bought few months back is difference in the indicative porfolio for yesterday and today? program bug?
Hi homedriver,

We are checking on this and will get back to you again.

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Old 25-04-2017, 11:54 AM   #41
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How come the stock average price bought few months back is difference in the indicative porfolio for yesterday and today? program bug?
Hi homedriver,

Thank you for your patience.

We would need more details to check.

Could you drop us a PM with your contact number and also let us know the counter and the tab that you are viewing if it is the “Current Portfolio” or the “Unrealized P/L”?

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Old 25-04-2017, 11:56 AM   #42
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hi,

i want to ask whether it is possible to make stop orders instead of only limit orders?
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Old 25-04-2017, 12:26 PM   #43
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Is there any reason why I do not have any Stop Loss function i iocbc?
Hi orrb86,

Thank you for your patience. We are targeting to launch the stop loss function for SGX orders by end June.

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Old 25-04-2017, 10:01 PM   #44
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Hi homedriver,

Thank you for your patience.

We would need more details to check.

Could you drop us a PM with your contact number and also let us know the counter and the tab that you are viewing if it is the “Current Portfolio” or the “Unrealized P/L”?

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Is current portfolio. For example my Fraser Cpt Tr (J69U) bought months back. In prev average price is 1.96 but today average price is 2.026. Wonder why the average price is difference.
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You bought and sold and bought again, back to back right? If so, it's a bug in the system I get that often Also. You can just edit it manually.

But all the profit and cost in the settlement slip are correct just a small bug in platform Tommy factor in contra. That's how I see it.

Is current portfolio. For example my Fraser Cpt Tr (J69U) bought months back. In prev average price is 1.96 but today average price is 2.026. Wonder why the average price is difference.
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