Daily Commodity Interest
Joined 17/05/23 10:51
Does anyone else know any other SB providers that you can use to trade through TV? I've only so far seen CFD providers which doesn't work for me due to tax reasons (mainly the hassle of having to account for it as well as the obvious cost).
Is there any update on when/if there will be any integration with Tradingview???
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I would just like to understand more about Daily Commodity Interest. I understand that depending on what side of the futures curve the current spot price is you will be credited or debited.
But what side should the futures price be in relation to the current spot price in order to be credited?
How are these futures prices decided and can it alternate between being above and below the spot price?
Can I be debited one month because the spot price is below/above the futures price and then the next month be credited because the spot price is on the opposite side of the futures price (or is the futures price of a particular commodity always above/below the spot price, if so does this mean that when I always sell/buy a particular commodity I will be credited/debited for sure?)?
Thanks a lot for your time. Sorry for complex questioning, I am new to spread betting.😀
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