Financial Spread Betting on the Orange Share Price

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Financial Spread Betting on Orange

Let's say that you log on to Financial Spreads and the current price is:

  Orange Rolling Cash Sell

1621.9
Buy

1625.6


Here is a guide to how the market works:

The Spread Betting MarketOrange Rolling Cash
Spread Trading Price1621.9c - 1625.6c
How the Market WorksYou can spread bet on the Orange Rolling Cash market to push:

  Spread Betting Higher than 1625.6c, or
  Spread Betting Lower than 1621.9c

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

If a trade is rolled over then you will normally either pay or receive a small fee for overnight financing depending on whether you are betting on the market to rise or fall. For more details see Rolling Spread Bets.
Points (Units) TradedTrades on the Orange market are made in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if Orange moves by 50.0c then you would gain or lose 50 multiples of your stake.
Stake Size per UnitYou work out how much you are going to trade per cent, e.g. £3 per cent, £5 per cent, £15 per cent etc.
Staking ExampleIf, as an example, you had a stake of £4 per cent and Orange changes by 32.0c, you would lose or win £4 per cent x 32.0c = £128.


Worked Spread Trading Example - Taking a Bullish View of Orange

Spread betting on the European equity to rise

You Consider Whether to Buy or Sell Orange going:

  Spread Betting Higher than 1625.6c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 1621.9c?

Let's Assume You Want to Buy   Spread Betting Higher than 1625.6c
You Choose Your Stake, Let's Assume You Select £5 per cent
So What Happens Now?
  • You gain £5 for every cent Orange pushes above 1625.6c
  • You lose £5 for each cent Orange decreases lower than 1625.6c
When Spread Betting on a Market to Increase Your Trading P/L = (Final Price - Opening Price) x stake
 
Example 1
Orange goes higher and the spread betting market moves to 1646.7c - 1650.4c. Therefore you'd see:   1646.7   1650.4
Time to Take Your Profit? At this point, you may decide to let your trade run or close it in order to take your profit. In this case you opt to settle your trade and sell the market at 1646.7c.
Your Trading P/L = (Final Price - Opening Price) x stake
(1646.7c - 1625.6c) x £5 per cent
21.1c x £5 per cent
Your Trading P/L = £105.50 profit
 
Example 2
Orange drops and the market is revised and changes to 1601.2c - 1604.9c. Therefore you would see this on Financial Spreads:   1601.2   1604.9
Close and Restrict Your Loss? You can choose to leave your trade open or close it, i.e. close your spread bet and restrict your loss. In this instance you decide to settle your trade by selling at 1601.2c.
Your Trading P/L = (Final Price - Opening Price) x stake
(1601.2c - 1625.6c) x £5 per cent
-24.4c x £5 per cent
Your Trading P/L = -£122.00 loss


Worked Trading Example - Selling Orange

Financial spread trading on the European equity to fall

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

  Spread Betting Higher than 1625.6c? or
  Spread Betting Lower than 1621.9c?

You Might Choose to Go Short   Spread Betting Lower than 1621.9c
You Select Your Stake, Let's Assume You Choose £10 per cent
So What Happens Next?
  • You lose £10 for each cent Orange increases higher than 1621.9c
  • You gain £10 for each cent Orange goes lower than 1621.9c
If You Are Spread Betting on a Market to Fall Your Trading P/L = (Opening Price - Final Price) x stake
 
Example 3
Orange goes lower and the financial spread betting market becomes 1600.3c - 1604.0c. I.e. the market moves to:   1600.3   1604.0
Close and Take a Profit? You can decide to let your trade run or close it for a profit. In this case you opt to settle your position by buying at 1604.0c.
Your Trading P/L = (Opening Price - Final Price) x stake
(1621.9c - 1604.0c) x £10 per cent
17.9c x £10 per cent
Your Trading P/L = £179.00 profit
 
Example 4
Orange pushes higher and the spread trading market is revised to 1638.9c - 1642.6c, i.e. Financial Spreads would show:   1638.9   1642.6
Time to Limit the Loss?At this point, you may choose to leave your trade open or close it in order to limit your losses. For this example, you choose to close your trade and buy the market at 1642.6c.
Your Trading P/L = (Opening Price - Final Price) x stake
(1621.9c - 1642.6c) x £10 per cent
-20.7c x £10 per cent
Your Trading P/L = -£207.00 loss

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