CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 63.1% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
With a Spread Co account you can trade on a wide range of global markets – from major indices and global equities, to currencies and commodities, such as crude oil and precious metals. They’re all available through our feature-rich mobile, iPad and web trading platforms.
You can find information about all of the markets Spread Co gives you access to on the following pages. This includes spread size, notional trading requirements and quoting hours. If you have any questions about our range of markets, and can’t find these answers here, just get in touch with our Client Services team.
Access the world’s major indices, such as the UK, US, Japan and Germany.
Our spreads start from as low as 0.8* for spread betting on the UK100 (FTSE 100) and US30 (DJIA Index) during market hours. Margins start at £25 on UK100, with a minimum stake size of £1.
With Spread Co you can speculate on the world’s most popular stock indices which track a basket of the biggest companies from around the globe.
The UK100 includes corporations such as Royal Dutch Shell, HSBC, Vodafone and Tesco, while the US30 includes world-beating giants such as Apple, Coca-Cola and Walt Disney.
Commodity trading, like gold and silver, and US Crude Oil futures, can help you diversify your portfolio.
Get access to commodity markets, with competitive margins – from £80 on Spot Gold for spread bets, and tight spreads from just 2.5 points for Spot Silver.
Tap in to the world’s largest trading market – estimated at around $4 trillion every day.
Choose from 40 currency pairs with fixed spreads from 0.8* on EURUSD. Trade 24 hours a day, five days a week.
Trade around one thousand global equities, with tight spreads and low margins.
Unlike buying shares, you can make a profit from equity trades when the price of shares is rising and falling. It’s the flexible, tax-efficient way to trade global markets.
|Key Differences||Spread Betting||CFDs|
|Tax on gains1||No capital gains tax on any profits||Capital gains tax liability on profits|
|Offset losses***||You can’t offset and losses against gains made elsewhere||Any losses can be offset against other gains for Capital Gains Tax|
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