Nada nuevo sobre lo ya comentado, sólo subrayar las intenciones de alguno de estos productores que ya suponía:
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PD: por lo comentado aquí, yo me inclinaría más hacia un broker online US como IB como comentabas, antes que hacia otras opciones como la de SB (mi duda es si con la respuesta (10) del post 18 no pondrán en el futuro pegas, por ahora parece que no).