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New Monthly Rebate to Help Reduce Your Trading Costs

Stock-Markets / Spread Betting Aug 09, 2017 - 09:17 AM GMT

By: FinancialSpreads

Stock-Markets

Financial Spreads

Financial Spreads have started a new monthly rebate scheme called 'Trader Rebate'.

This gives clients a rebate, up to 20%, on their trading costs every month.

Do Rebates Help?

Trading rebates are there to reduce your trading costs and can work well for higher volume traders and/or investors who trade in large sizes.

If you trade infrequently then you are unlikely to earn a rebate.

This new Trader Rebate is useful because you don't need to claim it, if you earn a rebate then Financial Spreads will put the money in your trading account and you can withdraw it.

What About Low Volume Traders?

Financial Spreads offer competitive spreads e.g. 0.7pt on EUR/USD and 0.8pt on the FTSE 100, and they don't charge commissions to get in/out of trades.

Therefore many spread betters and CFD traders will find Financial Spreads a reasonably low cost option irrespective of the rebate.

Financial Spreads

Trader Rebate FAQs

How Big is the Rebate?
  • 5-20% depending upon how much you trade in the month
  • The minimum monthly rebate is £25 ($30, €30). The maximum monthly rebate is £2500 ($3000, €3000)
  • See examples below
How Can I Get the Rebate?
  • You need an account with Financial Spreads. Accounts are subject to status and suitability. Losses can exceed deposits
  • You do not need to claim the rebate
  • When you are due a rebate, Financial Spreads automatically add it to your trading account
  • They will also email you to confirm the rebate has been added to your account
How to Withdraw the Rebate?
  • Once a rebate has been added to your trading account you can withdraw the rebate or use it to trade. There are no complex withdrawal criteria
Which Markets Does the Rebate Apply To?
  • Applies to any markets including forex, commodities, stock market indices and single shares
  • Applies to financial spread betting and CFDs
Financial Spreads

Monthly Rebate Tiers

Spread Traded in the Calendar Month Rebate Tier
£5,000 20%
£2,500 - £4,999 15%
£1,000 - £2,499 10%
£500 - £999 5%
Less than £499 0%


Spread costs = spread x stake, e.g. one closed £5/pt trade on GBP/USD (0.9pt spread) = £4.5 in spread costs.

Monthly Trader Rebate Example 1

  • 100 closed trades on the Germany 30 (1pt spread) with a £5 stake creates £500 in spread costs and releases a Trader Rebate of £500 x 5% = £25 rebate
Monthly Trader Rebate Example 2

The following creates £1140 in spread costs and so gives a Trader Rebate of £1140 x 10% = £114:
  • 25 closed trades on Brent Crude oil (3pt spread) with a £10 stake (£750 in Spread), and
  • 100 closed trades on EUR/USD (0.7pt spread) with a £5 stake (£350 in Spread), and
  • 25 closed trades on the UK 100 (0.8pt spread) with a £2 stake (£40 in Spread)
Financial Spreads

Spread betting and CFDs are leveraged products which carry a high level of risk to your capital. You can lose more than your initial deposit so you should ensure spread betting and CFDs meet your investment objectives and, if necessary, seek independent advice.

Financial Spreads is a trading name of Clear Investor Ltd. which is an appointed representative of FINSA Europe Ltd., company no: 07073413. FINSA Europe Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, registered number 525164. Registered Address: Office 701, Tower Bridge Business Centre, 46-48 East Smithfield, London E1W 1AW, UK.

© 2017 Copyright Financial Spreads - All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: This is a Paid Advertorial. The above is a matter of opinion provided for general information purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and utilising methods believed to be reliable, but we cannot accept responsibility for any losses you may incur as a result of this analysis. Individuals should consult with their personal financial advisors.


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