Try our free trading app for BlackBerry
Open, edit and close positions, or see all open positions
Check intraday highs, lows, changes and percentage changes
View your real-time balance, profit & loss and margin requirements
Set stops and limits, including guaranteed stops
Add, edit and delete working orders
The BlackBerry app gives you a wealth of trading functionality; view, edit or close your existing positions, or open a new position across our full range of markets.
You can also create working orders to trigger a new position should your chosen market hit a particular level, amend or delete existing orders, or add stops and limits to any of your open positions.
Our flexible snapshot charts are available on any market. Pick from a range of timescales, from one minute to one month, and four styles of charts – line, mountain, bar and candle – to suit your needs.
You can view your existing watchlists, including preset lists of popular markets and your personalised collection of favourites, all in one place. From your watchlists you can see live streaming prices, and open a market for more information or to place a deal.
You can also get live streaming information on your account standing, from your balance and deposit information to a running profit/loss across all positions.
Innovation comes as standard at IG – since 1974 we’ve been enhancing and developing our technology; we launched the UK’s first online financial spread betting* platform in 1998 and were the first to offer spread betting on an iPhone in 2008.
Leading innovation for 40 years
Part of IG Group Holding PLC, a member of the FTSE 250
Trades per month through mobile devices
Net global trading revenue
* Spread betting is not available in South Africa
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 74% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider.You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.