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    • northbob
    • By northbob 11th Oct 16, 9:53 AM
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    Looking at cutting platform costs and dealing fees and found x-o.co.uk Jarvis Investment. Price list says no platform fee and I cannot see any catches. Does anyone here use them? Any good or not?

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    Yes they are fine for UK shares, Investment Trusts, and ETFs. If you want conventional funds though (where a platform fee is typically charged) you'll have to go somewhere else as x-o don't support these.
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