Single Stock Equities, Equity Indices, Commodities, FX
CFDs and Spread bets are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 68.61% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs and Spread bets with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs and Spread bets work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Financial spread betting is the tax-effective* (subject to individual circumstances) alternative to conventional trading, offering the opportunity to take advantage of market movements whether rising or falling – 24 hours a day, six days a week.
You can open positions without putting up the full transaction value; this is known as ‘gearing’. For example, if you were to open a position in Vodafone worth the equivalent of £10,000, you could be asked to initially deposit just £500, or 5% of your exposure. Please note you should be aware that this magnified exposure means that you can lose more than your initial deposit.
A large number of 24-hour quotes on stock indices are made available, giving you the freedom to deal whenever it suits you.
Limit your losses with our comprehensive suite of tools to help you manage your risk.
Marshall Sterling offer access to this investment on both an Execution Only (self trade) and Discretionary basis via our suit of Portfolio’s.
Please contact a member of our team for more information on the various global counterparties we work with, the benefits and risks associated with this investment vehicle.
Profits from financial spread betting are free of tax* (subject to individual circumstances) There are no fees or commissions to pay:
The only charge is the dealing spread.
With Marshall Sterling you can enjoy Spreads from as little as 0.75 points.
You can access thousands of markets from one account including global indices, individual shares, currency pairs, and commodities such as crude oil and precious metals.
Trade via downloadable, web, tablet, smart phone based platforms or telephone.