Reviewing close votes it seems like there is a lot we don't agree on, and basically nothing gets a straight close nowadays unless it's spam. But one topic seems to always have 3 people on each side, give or take: questions about trading that are along the lines of "where can I trade this stock/fund/bond/commodity/option/etc."
This question about where to buy New Zealand stocks in the UK received 3 close and 3 no-close votes
This question about receiving money in a particular trading company in different currencies was 3:1, but I was very on the fence, and the :1 was someone who usually casts close votes from my experience (and hasn't had any votes from the folks who usually cast no-close votes, so it probably will get to 3:3 at least)
That's just two, but there're tons, and they always get a fairly even split. I could've voted either way on both of these, and so figured I'd ask here.
This question on meta already sort of answers part of this, but it doesn't seem to really answer this - and it's quite old. I think it would be really good if we could figure out a consensus - especially one our frequent reviewers would be able to agree on, so we don't end up having a ton of splits and thus questions where half of them are closed and half are left open and it's just a matter of who had time to review that day.
Question: What questions about either trading exchanges, or trading software, are on topic? Be specific.