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No. We reset your applicable spread fees at the start of every calendar month.
Unfortunately we do not offer TradeBack on MT4 trades at present. The spreads and commissions are calculated differently on MT4 and therefore MT4 trades are currently excluded from the TradeBack calculation.
Hold and drag to change the order of any of the icons in the bottom menu. For more extensive customisation tap the Setup icon. The Setup page gives you a range of options including the choice of four different coloured ‘skins’ for the app, or 16 different languages. You can also create portfolios of your favourite markets. Tap ‘Menu options’ on the Setup page and then ‘New Tradeboard’ – the new portfolio will now appear in the bottom menu. You can add a market to your portfolio by tapping the top-right menu from the market page and selecting ‘Add to Tradeboard’, then choosing from the list of available portfolios. Alternatively, you can find your portfolio on the bottom menu and tap ‘Edit’, then tap and drag markets from the available folders to your portfolio. Tap ‘User’ on the Setup page if you wish to sign out of the app.
Yes, our web-based platform does use session cookies to ensure smooth performance, and if you have not enabled cookies you will not be able to log in. To enable cookies: CHROME – click the top-right menu, select ‘Settings’, then ‘Show advanced settings’, then ‘Content settings’ (under Privacy). Select ‘Allow local data to be set’. FIREFOX – click the top-left menu, select ‘Options’, then ‘Options’ again, then the ‘Privacy’ panel. Under History select ‘Remember history’ or ‘Use custom settings’. SAFARI – click the top-right menu, select ‘Preferences’, then the ‘Privacy’ panel. Under Block Cookies select ‘Never’ or ‘From third parties and advertisers’.
If you have an open position on a stock when it goes ex-dividend, we will make an adjustment to your account equal to the size of the dividend. If you have a long position this adjustment will be credited to your account, subject to a 20% ‘haircut’ to cover tax and other charges. If you have a short position this adjustment will be debited from your account. For instance, if you are long £10/point (the equivalent of 1000 shares) of Vodafone and the announced dividend is 8p per share, we will credit your account with (8p x 1000) x 80% = £64. If you are short £10/point we will debit 8p x 1000 = £80 from your account. The price of a stock typically falls by the amount of the expected dividend following a dividend announcement, as anyone now purchasing shares will not qualify for the dividend payment. This price shift will also directly affect the level of any index of which that stock is a constituent, from the time that the stock goes ex-dividend. If you have an open position on any such index, we will make cash adjustments to your account to reflect the resulting change in value (in full, without any deductions) on the ex-dividend date. This will be a credit on long positions and a debit on short positions. In certain cases, companies may make other specific payments to shareholders, in addition to scheduled dividend payments. Where this happens we will make the relevant cash adjustments on the applicable date, to clients holding positions in a relevant stock or index. MT4 dividends Please note that not all indices receive 100% of the dividend for long positions.
 Symbol  WHT
 UK100  100%
 AUS200  85%
 JP225  85%
 F40  85%
 N25  85%
 STOXX50  85%
 US30  85%
 US500  85%
 USTEC  85%
 ES35  81%
 SWI20  65%
When you open the app, use your account ID and password to log in. Remember to flag whether this is a live or a demo account. If you haven’t got an account yet you can use the links on the login page or Apply Here. You’ll now see a list of live prices for our most popular markets. Use the icons at the top of the page to see a list of news headlines along with the live prices, or a condensed chart of the active market. For any of the live prices you can tap on the Buy or the Sell price to bring up a trading ticket, or anywhere else on the row to bring up more price information for this market.
The most obvious difference between a spread bet and a CFD (Contract For Difference) is the way each is viewed in terms of tax liability. When trading CFDs, traders are held accountable for taxes after capital gains are realised. This liability might lead many to believe that spread betting is always the preferable method but this is not always the case. One benefit of CFD trading is that losses can actually be written-off on your tax liabilities. This is not the case for spread bets because these trades have no tax liability. Some traders therefore prefer CFDs because they offer a higher level of liability protection.
Forex prices are sent via data feeds, which show the best available bid (purchase) and offer (sell) prices currently available from a network of large foreign exchange banks. These prices are quoted in each forex pair (the relative value of one currency against another). In some cases, the bid price will be derived from one bank and the offer price from another, it all depends on which bank is offering the best price for each value. The difference between the bid and offer price is referred to as the ‘spread’ and this includes the amount that is charged by your spread betting provider to complete the transaction.
The major stock indices quoted by your spread betting provider are always tied to a futures market. This futures market reflects the current price of the underlying asset and your final broker price is determined after some small fee adjustments are made. These adjustments are comprised of dividend payments (due before the expiration date of the futures contract) and the cost of carry (interest rate fees). After these adjustments, the current value (often called the ‘fair value’) is sent to the data feed in your trading platform.

Spread betting and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 78% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading these products with this provider.
You should consider whether you understand how these products work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.