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What will the cost be of holding Lloys share via a spread better over a period of 6 months?


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What will the cost be of holding Lloys share via a spread better over a period of 6 months? I understand that there will be a spread charge based on the BID/ASK of the share at the time of purchase, but, what other fees charges may be applied to a trade when spread bettering over that period of time or longer?

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14 hours ago, Guest Onetradeaway said:

What will the cost be of holding Lloys share via a spread better over a period of 6 months? I understand that there will be a spread charge based on the BID/ASK of the share at the time of purchase, but, what other fees charges may be applied to a trade when spread bettering over that period of time or longer?

Thanks for your post. 

If you're trading on a spread betting account you have have two ways to trade Lloyds. The cash and the forward

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With the cash you have a tighter spread but you're subject to overnight funding each night. With the forward contract you have a larger spread but there is an expiry date. If you wish to hold the position after the expiry date you will have to make sure your rolling instructions are enabled so the contract will roll into the next forward contract. 

As you can see we currently have three forward contracts for Lloyds. 

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You can find the expiry dates on the get info section. From there you can select the time frame you think is best for you: 

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I hope this helps.

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