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Hi to whoever reads this. 

Been buying vanilla blue chips for approx. 10 years, trying to compound those dividends. Finally decided to take a look at spreadbetting to try and add a bit of jet fuel to my PF.

Trying out the demo account to get the hang of it and my first question is DFBs vs quarterly  - am I right in thinking that the cost crossover between the two occurs at around the 15 day mark? Basically if you're planning on holding for less that 15 days go with a DFB?

 

Thanks in advance

 

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11 hours ago, bigstones said:

Hi to whoever reads this. 

Been buying vanilla blue chips for approx. 10 years, trying to compound those dividends. Finally decided to take a look at spreadbetting to try and add a bit of jet fuel to my PF.

Trying out the demo account to get the hang of it and my first question is DFBs vs quarterly  - am I right in thinking that the cost crossover between the two occurs at around the 15 day mark? Basically if you're planning on holding for less that 15 days go with a DFB?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Hi, yes that is about right though does differ market to market, DFB cheaper if holding less than 15 days, Futures cheaper if intend to hold for longer.

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