Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 77% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading spread bets and CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how spread bets and CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Costs and Charges
We shall always be transparent on pricing, to let you make informed decisions on your trades. We give you upfront pricing information which allows you to know what your trades will cost, before you execute your trade. OPCMarkets means you can trade on your own terms.
Better Spreads with OPCMarkets
We know that when it comes to what’s important to traders, spreads are at the top of the list and we pride ourselves on offering exceptionally low spreads. As with the rest of our services with OPCMarkets, we are confident you won’t find anything better.
Our market-beating spreads are available at most times, but may vary depending on the time of day and the market price.
The spread is the one direct charge that you’ll need to consider when trading on leverage.View Spreads
An overview of all additional costs
Execution and slippage
Slippage is the difference between the expected price of a trade and the price at which it is executed. Slippage can either be positive (in the trader’s favour) or negative (against the trader). When there are times of extreme volatility where markets move the quickest slippage is most common.
Margin is the amount of funds that is required in order to open a trading position on leveraged products.
Negative Balance Protection
Negative balance protection is an automated adjustment of the account balance to zero should it become negative after a stop out. For no additional fee, we will always bring your account back to zero, this makes sure that you never lose more than your initial deposit.
Daily overnight rollover charges may apply to each open position at closing of the company’s trading day. The method of calculation of the rollover charge could vary according to the type of instrument to which it applies. In addition, the amount charged will vary as it is linked to current interbank interest rates. This charge will appear on your account at the end of the trading day and may be without notice. Any position held by you at the end of the trading day shall automatically be rolled over to the next trading day to avoid an automatic close of the position.
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