CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 61.4% 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.
Spread Free account holders gain access to selected Index and Forex markets, such as EURUSD, GBPUSD, UK100 & US30 all with zero spread on all opening and closing trades in line with our fair usage policy.
Our Standard Spread Betting account gives you access to Mini Markets allowing you to Trade Smaller Stake Sizes. Trade from 10p a point on: EURUSD, GBPUSD, US30, UK100, GER30 & SPOT GOLD
Spread betting isn’t the same as owning shares, but it lets you speculate on changes in share prices, indices, currencies and other financial assets. Unlike traditional investing, there’s no major upfront outlay, and you can still make profits if prices or values fall.
With spread betting you make a profit, or a loss, based on the price of the asset when you opened the trade, and its price when you closed the trade.
Just like traditional investing, there are two prices for a spread bet – the offer (buy) price and the bid (sell) price. The difference between the two is called the spread. At Spread Co we try to keep our spreads among the lowest in the market. This means that less of your spread betting stake is eaten up by charges.
When you open a spread betting position on a market, you are given a ‘buy’ and ‘sell’ price either side of the underlying market price – this is known as the spread. If you think the market will rise, you open your spread bet at the ‘buy’ price. If you think it will fall, you open at the ‘sell’ price.
When you Spread bet with Spread Co you can benefit from:
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You’ll be dealing with a company with more than a decade of Spread Betting experience. With our online platform, mobile and tablet apps you’ll be able to access thousands of investment markets.