Financial Spread Betting on the Air Liquide Share Price

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Financial Spread Betting on Air Liquide

For example, let's say that you go on FinancialSpreads and the trading platform is showing a price of:

  Air Liquide Rolling Cash Sell

11613.4
Buy

11646.6


This is a brief guide to how the market works...

The MarketAir Liquide Rolling Cash
Spread11613.4c - 11646.6c
This MeansNow you can speculate on the Air Liquide Rolling Cash market to push:

  Spread Betting Higher than 11646.6c, or
  Spread Betting Lower than 11613.4c

This market is a Rolling market so it does not have a closing date. If you don't close your position and the session ends then your position will automatically roll over to the next trading session.

Note: if a trade does roll over then you will normally either pay or receive a small fee for overnight financing based on whether you are betting on the market to increase or decrease. For further details also see Rolling Spread Betting.
Units TradedFinancial spread bets on the Air Liquide market are made in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if Air Liquide changes by 30.0c then you would win / lose 30 times your stake.
Stake Size per UnitYou work out how much you want to trade per cent, e.g. £1 per cent, £4 per cent, £20 per cent etc.
Brief Staking ExampleWith that in mind, if you had a stake of £2 per cent and Air Liquide moves 25.0c, you would win/lose £2 per cent x 25.0c = £50.


Worked Example - Going Long of Air Liquide

Spread betting on the European equity to increase in value

You Now Choose to Go Long or Short Air Liquide moving:

  Spread Betting Higher than 11646.6c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 11613.4c?

Let's Assume You Want to Go Long   Spread Betting Higher than 11646.6c
You Choose How Much to Risk, Choosing £1 per cent
So Now What Happens?
  • You will make £1 for every cent Air Liquide pushes above 11646.6c
  • Your trade loses £1 for each cent Air Liquide decreases below 11646.6c
If You Are Spread Betting on a Market to Rise Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
 
Scenario 1
Air Liquide goes higher and the market is adjusted and moved to 11774.7c - 11807.9c, so you'd see:   11774.7   11807.9
Close and Take a Profit? At this point, you may choose to keep your position open or close it to lock in a profit. In this instance you opt to settle your bet by selling the market at 11774.7c.
Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
(11774.7c - 11646.6c) x £1 per cent
128.1c x £1 per cent
Your Trading P&L = £128.10 profit
 
Scenario 2
Air Liquide slips and the financial spread betting market is revised and set at 11501.0c - 11534.2c, i.e. Financial Spreads would show:   11501.0   11534.2
Close and Restrict Your Loss? You may decide to leave your trade open or close it and limit your loss. In this case you choose to close your position by selling at 11501.0c.
Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
(11501.0c - 11646.6c) x £1 per cent
-145.6c x £1 per cent
Your Trading P&L = -£145.60 loss


Worked Spread Trading Example - Going Short of Air Liquide

Spread trading on the European equity to go lower

You Now Choose Whether to Go Long or Short Air Liquide to go:

  Spread Betting Higher than 11646.6c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 11613.4c?

You Might Want to Go Short   Spread Betting Lower than 11613.4c
You Select How Much to Risk, Opting for £2 per cent
Now What Happens?
  • Your trade loses £2 for each cent Air Liquide rises above 11613.4c
  • You will make £2 for each cent Air Liquide falls lower than 11613.4c
When Speculating on a Market to Go Down Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
 
Scenario 3
Air Liquide pushes lower and the spread betting market is revised and is set at 11503.6c - 11536.8c, therefore Financial Spreads would show:   11503.6   11536.8
Take Your Profit? At this point, you may decide to let your bet run or close it, i.e. close your position to lock in your profit. In this example you decide to close your position and buy at 11536.8c.
Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
(11613.4c - 11536.8c) x £2 per cent
76.6c x £2 per cent
Your Trading P&L = £153.20 profit
 
Scenario 4
Air Liquide moves higher and the spread trading market changes to 11667.3c - 11700.5c. Therefore you would see this on Financial Spreads:   11667.3   11700.5
Restrict the Loss?You may choose to keep your bet open or close it, i.e. close your spread bet and restrict your losses. In this instance you decide to settle your position by buying the market at 11700.5c.
Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
(11613.4c - 11700.5c) x £2 per cent
-87.1c x £2 per cent
Your Trading P&L = -£174.20 loss

Where Can I Practice Financial Spread Betting on Air Liquide?

Financial Spreads offers investors the option of trying new ideas and theories by using a free Practice Account, demo markets include Air Liquide.

The Financial Spreads Demo Account isn't restricted to the market above; you can also gain experience on a range of indices, FX, commodities and shares.


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