Spread Betting on the Deutsche Bank Share Price

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A Guide to Spread Betting on Deutsche Bank

For example, let's say you sign into the Financial Spreads site and are presented with something like:

  Deutsche Bank Rolling Cash Sell

2817.7
Buy

2824.3


Here is a guide to how it works.

MarketDeutsche Bank Rolling Cash
The Quote2817.7c - 2824.3c
How the Market WorksYou can bet on the Deutsche Bank Rolling Cash market to push:

  Spread Betting Above 2824.3c, or
  Spread Betting Below 2817.7c

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

Note that if the trade is rolled over then you will either have to pay or receive interest for overnight financing depending on the direction of your trade. For further details see Rolling Spread Bets.
Traded UnitsFinancial spread bets on the Deutsche Bank market are priced in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if Deutsche Bank changes by 40.0c then you would lose or gain 40 multiples of your stake.
Trade SizeYou work out how much you are going to stake per cent, e.g. £2 per cent, £4 per cent, £15 per cent etc.
Quick Staking ExerciseWith that in mind, if you have a stake of £5 per cent and Deutsche Bank moves 24.0c, you would lose/win £5 per cent x 24.0c = £120.


Spread Betting Example - Taking a Long Position on Deutsche Bank

Spread trading on the equity to move higher

You Decide Whether to Go Long or Short Deutsche Bank to move:

  Spread Betting Above 2824.3c? or
  Spread Betting Below 2817.7c?

Let's Say You Decide to Go Long   Spread Betting Above 2824.3c
You Select How Much to Risk, Selecting £2 per cent
What Happens Now?
  • You gain £2 for each cent Deutsche Bank rises higher than 2824.3c
  • Your spread bet loses £2 for every cent Deutsche Bank decreases below 2824.3c
If You Are Betting on a Market to Rise Your P/L = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
 
Trading Situation 1
Deutsche Bank rises and the financial spread betting market is moved to 2909.0c - 2915.6c:   2909.0   2915.6
Time to Lock in a Profit? At this point, you can decide to leave your position open or close it and take your profit. In this example you decide to settle your bet by selling at 2909.0c.
Your P/L = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
(2909.0c - 2824.3c) x £2 per cent
84.7c x £2 per cent
Your P/L = £169.40 profit
 
Trading Situation 2
Deutsche Bank moves lower and the spread trading market moves to 2753.7c - 2760.3c. I.e. you'd see:   2753.7   2760.3
Time to Limit the Loss? You may decide to leave your spread bet open or close it, i.e. close your trade and limit your losses. In this example you opt to close your trade and sell the market at 2753.7c.
Your P/L = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
(2753.7c - 2824.3c) x £2 per cent
-70.6c x £2 per cent
Your P/L = -£141.20 loss


Worked Spread Trading Example - Selling Deutsche Bank

Online spread betting on the equity to fall

You Now Decide to Buy or Sell Deutsche Bank to go:

  Spread Betting Above 2824.3c? or
  Spread Betting Below 2817.7c?

Let's Assume You Choose to Go Short   Spread Betting Below 2817.7c
You Select Your Stake Size, Let's Assume You Opt For £3 per cent
So Now What?
  • Your spread bet loses £3 for every cent Deutsche Bank increases above 2817.7c
  • You gain £3 for every cent Deutsche Bank moves below 2817.7c
When Speculating on a Market to Fall Your P/L = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
 
Trading Situation 3
Deutsche Bank slips and the spread betting market is revised and changes to 2764.6c - 2771.2c, therefore you would see:   2764.6   2771.2
Lock in Your Profit? You may opt to leave your trade open or close it, i.e. close your spread bet to lock in your profit. For this example, you opt to settle your trade by buying at 2771.2c.
Your P/L = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
(2817.7c - 2771.2c) x £3 per cent
46.5c x £3 per cent
Your P/L = £139.50 profit
 
Trading Situation 4
Deutsche Bank moves higher and the market is adjusted and moved to 2849.8c - 2856.4c, i.e. on Financial Spreads you'd see:   2849.8   2856.4
Close and Limit Your Loss?You could opt to let your position run or close it, i.e. close your position to restrict your losses. For this example, you decide to settle your position by buying the market at 2856.4c.
Your P/L = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
(2817.7c - 2856.4c) x £3 per cent
-38.7c x £3 per cent
Your P/L = -£116.10 loss

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