Financial Spread Betting on the ASML Holding Share Price

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Where Can I Spread Bet on ASML Holding?

A FinancialSpreads account provides an array of equities spread trading and CFD markets including ASML, Royal Dutch Shell, IBM and Total, together with a host of other global equities.

Where Can I Access Live Prices for the ASML Holding Market?

When trading with a FinancialSpreads account clients can trade on more than a thousand real time spread betting and CFD trading prices such as ASML and a variety of other stocks, commodities, stock markets and forex markets.

Where Can I Get Live ASML Holding Charts?

When trading with a FinancialSpreads account clients can use up-to-the-minute trading charts for ASML and over 1,000 other markets.

As well as the various chart types, the charting package also comes with a large range of options:
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A Guide to Spread Betting on ASML

As an example, let's assume that you go on the Financial Spreads site and the live price is:

  ASML Rolling Cash Sell

9164.8
Buy

9189.2


Here's a brief guide to how the market works:

MarketASML Rolling Cash
Spread Betting Price9164.8c - 9189.2c
This MeansYou can trade on the ASML Rolling Cash market to go:

  Spread Betting Higher than 9189.2c, or
  Spread Betting Lower than 9164.8c

This market is a 'Rolling' market and so there is no expiry date. If you haven't closed your trade and the trading session ends then your trade will automatically roll over into the next trading session.

Note: if a trade rolls over then you will normally either receive or pay interest for overnight financing depending upon the direction of your spread bet. For additional details see Rolling Spread Bets.
Traded UnitsSpread trades on the ASML market are made in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if ASML moves 35.0c then you would lose/win 35 times your stake.
Stake (Trade Size)You decide your stake per cent, e.g. £2 per cent, £8 per cent, £10 per cent etc.
Staking ExampleAs an example, if you went with a stake of £4 per cent and ASML changes by 25.0c, you would win/lose £4 per cent x 25.0c = £100.


Worked Example - Taking a Long Position on ASML

Spread betting on the equity to rise in value

You Choose to Buy or Sell ASML going:

  Spread Betting Higher than 9189.2c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 9164.8c?

Let's Say You Decide to Go Long   Spread Betting Higher than 9189.2c
You Choose How Much to Risk, Let's Say You Opt For £3 per cent
What Next?
  • You make a gain of £3 for each cent ASML moves higher than 9189.2c
  • Your trade loses £3 for every cent ASML decreases lower than 9189.2c
If You Go Long With a Spread Bet Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
 
Situation 1
ASML pushes higher and the spread betting market is revised to 9253.5c - 9277.9c. Therefore you would see this on Financial Spreads:   9253.5   9277.9
Time to Take Your Profit? You could opt to let your position run or close it to lock in a profit. In this instance you decide to settle your trade by selling at 9253.5c.
Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
(9253.5c - 9189.2c) x £3 per cent
64.3c x £3 per cent
Your Trading P&L = £192.90 profit
 
Situation 2
ASML moves lower and the spread trading market is moved to 9129.5c - 9153.9c. Therefore you'd see:   9129.5   9153.9
Limit Your Loss? You may choose to leave your bet open or close it, i.e. close your trade and limit your loss. In this instance you choose to close your trade by selling the market at 9129.5c.
Your Trading P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
(9129.5c - 9189.2c) x £3 per cent
-59.7c x £3 per cent
Your Trading P&L = -£179.10 loss


Trading Example - Taking a Short Position on ASML

Spread trading on the equity to go down in value

You Consider Whether to Go Long or Short ASML to move:

  Spread Betting Higher than 9189.2c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 9164.8c?

Let's Say You Want to Sell   Spread Betting Lower than 9164.8c
You Decide Your Stake Size, Choosing £2 per cent
So What Happens Next?
  • Your trade loses £2 for every cent ASML pushes higher than 9164.8c
  • You make a gain of £2 for every cent ASML goes below 9164.8c
If You Are Speculating on a Market to Go Down Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
 
Situation 3
ASML slips and the market moves to 9060.2c - 9084.6c, i.e. on Financial Spreads you'd see:   9060.2   9084.6
Take Your Profit? At this point, you may choose to leave your bet open or close it and lock in a profit. In this case you decide to close your trade and buy the market at 9084.6c.
Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
(9164.8c - 9084.6c) x £2 per cent
80.2c x £2 per cent
Your Trading P&L = £160.40 profit
 
Situation 4
ASML goes higher and the financial spread betting market is revised and changes to 9214.9c - 9239.3c, i.e. you would see:   9214.9   9239.3
Time to Limit the Loss?At this point, you may opt to leave your trade open or close it and restrict your losses. In this case you opt to close your bet and buy at 9239.3c.
Your Trading P&L = (Opening Price - Closing Price) x stake
(9164.8c - 9239.3c) x £2 per cent
-74.5c x £2 per cent
Your Trading P&L = -£149.00 loss

Where Can I Practice Financial Spread Betting on ASML Holding?

FinancialSpreads offers traders the option of testing new strategies by using a Demo Account on markets like ASML.

The Financial Spreads Demo Account is not restricted to a handful of markets; traders can also practice trading with a large range of indices, FX, commodity markets and stocks and shares.


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