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Hi, 

I've been led to believe that spread bet positions always have expiry dates. Can anyone tell me how you can see these dates as I've had a really good look around and cannot see them.

Thanks in advance,

Kevin.

 

 

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There's an 'i' (info) button on the trading ticket showing the information you require 

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On 16/10/2019 at 13:42, kevinmount said:

Hi, 

I've been led to believe that spread bet positions always have expiry dates. Can anyone tell me how you can see these dates as I've had a really good look around and cannot see them.

Thanks in advance,

Kevin.

 

 

just to add to bigdeal's reply SBs can be either cash/daily funded bet or futures/forward which have a separate chart accessed from the dropdown box next to the chart title.

for cash/dfb there is no expiry but you paid an overnight interest fee, this charge does not apply to futures/forwards which have a larger spread instead.

see pic.

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