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Our Charges

We provide a premier service. We’ll ensure you’re well informed, giving you the tools to make better trading decisions. You will not incur any other charges. There is no charge to open an account, and there’s no obligation to trade. You only pay when you decide to trade.

As part of our premier service, you’ll receive:

  • ‘Trading Opportunity’ alerts
  • A direct line to your dedicated Trader with telephone dealing at no extra cost
  • Assistance with your trading strategy and placing of trades, if you need it*
  • Telephone dealing at no extra cost
  • Breaking market news and events
  • Daily research emails, if you need them including access to the Market Action research area on our website.
And of course, the standard features you would expect from a CFD provider:
  • Access to an award-winning trading platform
  • Access to a trading app (Apple and Android)

The service is tailored to your needs. All of the features above are optional. For access to all of the above services, the CFD charges are below, calculated as follows:

Deal Size X Commission Rate = Commission PaidPlease note that your “deal size” is the overall exposure on the trade. This is a summary

CFDs on Shares

UK Shares

Euro Shares

US Shares

0.25% (£25 minimum)

0.25% (€22.5 minimum)

5 cents per share ($25 minimum)

Commission example...

Commission example...

Commission example...

£10,000 of Vodafone x 0.25% = £25

€10,000 Deutsche Bank x 0.25% = €22.50

500 shares in Apple X 5 cents per share = $25

OTC Products. No commission charged, see spreads below




UK Index  100


Gold (cash)






Silver (cash)




Dow Jones


Brent Crude (cash)




S&P 500


West Texas (cash)




Prices for other tradeable assets available on request. We have a huge range of markets, including but not limited to soft commodities, base metals and precious metals, foreign shares (e.g. China, Scandinavia, Hong Kong, Canada, Australia etc.)

Overnight financing also applies. When you hold a position overnight, you’ll pay LIBOR + 2.5%. For example, let’s assume you hold a £10k position in Lloyds, and that LIBOR (usually close to the bank of England base rate) is 0.5%. This means that you’ll pay 3% (annually) of the total position size if you hold overnight. This mean you’ll pay just 82p per night.

Of course, your rate is negotiable depending on the volume and frequency of trading, as well as the service you require. The above is based on our standard CFD account. It does not apply to spreadbetting or share dealing accounts.

*We won’t provide advice, but we can help introduce you to different concepts.

Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.
Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67% of retail investor accounts lose money when spread betting and/or trading 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.