Financial Spread Betting on the Inditex Share Price

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Where Can I Spread Bet on Inditex?

Financial Spreads offers a large variety of stocks and shares such as Inditex, BP, Coca-Cola and BMW, together with many other UK, US and global shares.

Where Can I Access Live Prices for the Inditex Market?

Financial Spreads provides real time prices on 1,000+ markets like Inditex and a large variety of other stocks, stock market indices, commodities and forex prices.

Where Can I Get Live Inditex Charts?

With a FinancialSpreads account clients are able to access up-to-the-minute trading charts for Inditex and over 1,000 other CFD and financial spread betting markets.

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How to Financial Spread Bet on Inditex

As an example, let's say that you sign into Financial Spreads and see:

  Inditex Rolling Cash Sell

2675.3
Buy

2681.2


This is a brief guide to how it works...

The Spread Betting MarketInditex Rolling Cash
Price (Spread)2675.3c - 2681.2c
This MeansNow you can speculate on the Inditex Rolling Cash market going:

  Spread Betting Above 2681.2c, or
  Spread Betting Below 2675.3c

This is a Rolling spread betting market which means that there is no closing date for this spread bet. If you haven't closed your trade and the trading session ends then your trade will roll over to the next trading day.

Note: if a trade does roll over then you will normally either pay or receive a small fee for overnight financing depending upon whether you are betting on the market to fall or rise. For additional information also see Rolling Spread Bets.
Points (Units) TradedSpread betting trades on the Inditex market are priced in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if Inditex moves 50.0c then you would lose or win 50 multiples of your stake.
Stake Size per UnitYou work out how much you would like to stake per cent, e.g. £1 per cent, £5 per cent, £10 per cent etc.
Brief Staking ExampleWith that in mind, if your stake is £3 per cent and Inditex changes by 34.0c, you would win/lose £3 per cent x 34.0c = £102.


Trading Example - Taking a Long Position on Inditex

Spread trading on the European equity to move higher

You Now Choose Whether to Go Long or Short Inditex to move:

  Spread Betting Above 2681.2c? or
  Spread Betting Below 2675.3c?

Let's Assume You Want to Go Long   Spread Betting Above 2681.2c
You Select How Much to Risk, Let's Say You Choose £3 per cent
What Next?
  • You make a gain of £3 for every cent Inditex moves higher than 2681.2c
  • Your trade loses £3 for each cent Inditex moves lower than 2681.2c
When You Go Long With a Spread Bet Your Profits (or Losses) = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
 
Scenario 1
Inditex goes higher and the market adjusts and moves to 2714.7c - 2720.6c. So you'd see this on Financial Spreads:   2714.7   2720.6
Close and Take Your Profit? At this point, you can decide to leave your spread bet open or close it in order to lock in your profit. In this instance you opt to settle your position and sell at 2714.7c.
Your Profits (or Losses) = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
(2714.7c - 2681.2c) x £3 per cent
33.5c x £3 per cent
Your Profits (or Losses) = £100.50 profit
 
Scenario 2
Inditex drops and the spread trading market is revised and set at 2643.7c - 2649.6c, so you would see this on Financial Spreads:   2643.7   2649.6
Close and Restrict Your Loss? You can choose to let your position run or close it to restrict your losses. For this example, you decide to close your position by selling the market at 2643.7c.
Your Profits (or Losses) = (Settlement Price - Initial Price) x stake
(2643.7c - 2681.2c) x £3 per cent
-37.5c x £3 per cent
Your Profits (or Losses) = -£112.50 loss


Spread Trading Example - Going Short of Inditex

Online spread betting on the European equity to fall in value

You Now Decide Whether to Buy or Sell Inditex moving:

  Spread Betting Above 2681.2c? or
  Spread Betting Below 2675.3c?

Let's Say You Sell   Spread Betting Below 2675.3c
You Choose Your Stake Size, Let's Assume You Choose £5 per cent
So What Now?
  • Your trade loses £5 for each cent Inditex increases higher than 2675.3c
  • You make a gain of £5 for each cent Inditex falls lower than 2675.3c
If You Are Speculating on a Market to Fall Your Profits (or Losses) = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
 
Scenario 3
Inditex decreases and the spread betting market is revised and moved to 2647.7c - 2653.6c, therefore you'd see:   2647.7   2653.6
Lock in a Profit? At this point, you could choose to keep your position open or close it to lock in a profit. In this instance you decide to close your trade by buying the market at 2653.6c.
Your Profits (or Losses) = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
(2675.3c - 2653.6c) x £5 per cent
21.7c x £5 per cent
Your Profits (or Losses) = £108.50 profit
 
Scenario 4
Inditex rises and the financial spread betting market is revised to 2693.7c - 2699.6c, so you'd see this on Financial Spreads:   2693.7   2699.6
Time to Restrict Your Loss?You may decide to keep your bet open or close it in order to restrict your losses. In this case you choose to settle your position and buy the market at 2699.6c.
Your Profits (or Losses) = (Initial Price - Settlement Price) x stake
(2675.3c - 2699.6c) x £5 per cent
-24.3c x £5 per cent
Your Profits (or Losses) = -£121.50 loss

Where Can I Practice Financial Spread Betting on Inditex?

FinancialSpreads provide a free Demo Account where you can practice spread betting and CFD trading, test trading orders, access live charts and try out trading ideas etc. on markets including Inditex.

The Financial Spreads Demo Account comes with a wide array of markets including forex pairs, commodity markets, shares and stock market indices.


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