Easyjet Spread Bets





Also see Live Easyjet chart below.



Where Can I Spread Bet on Easyjet?

You can trade on Easyjet with any of the following spread trading providers:

Financial Spreads ETX Capital Spreadex IG City Index
FTSE 100 Shares Financial Spreads FTSE 100 Shares ETX Capital FTSE 100 Shares Spreadex FTSE 100 Shares IG FTSE 100 Shares City Index FTSE 100 Shares
FTSE 250 Shares Financial Spreads FTSE 250 Shares ETX Capital FTSE 250 Shares Spreadex FTSE 250 Shares IG FTSE 250 Shares City Index FTSE 250 Shares
You may also be available to spread bet on FTSE 350 stocks with other platforms. Also see spread betting comparison notes.


Live Easyjet Chart




Live Easyjet Chart




Where Can I Get Live Spread Betting Prices and Charts for Easyjet?

For investors that are financial spread betting on Easyjet, the above companies offer live price updates and charts that have a variety of indicators and features.

Example candlestick chart from FinancialSpreads.com:

Easyjet Spread Bets - Example Chart



Easyjet Spread Betting Example

Easyjet Spread Bets
Should you decide to spread bet on stocks like Easyjet then, looking at a website like FinancialSpreads, at the time of writing you would get a price of 1249.4p – 1252.6p.

This means you could speculate on Easyjet to go higher than 1252.6p or to go lower than 1249.4p.

If you are spread betting, you speculate on every unit the market rises or falls; for the Easyjet market a unit is 1p of the equity’s price movement.

So let’s say you decide to stake £3 for every penny Easyjet moves up or down.


Spread Betting on the Market to Rise

If you bought Easyjet at 1252.6p and the equity rose then the spread could change to 1302.7p – 1305.9p. If so, you might decide to close your trade at 1302.7p.

Profit/Loss = (final value of the market – initial value of the market) x stake per penny
Profit/Loss = (1302.7p – 1252.6p) x £3 per penny stake
Profit/Loss = 50.1p x £3 per penny
Profit/Loss = £150.30 profit

Financial markets also move down, if the equity decreased to 1208.8p – 1212.0p, you may decide to close your position to prevent further losses. If this were the case, you’d sell at 1208.8p.

You would do this with the same £3 per penny stake:

Profit/Loss = (final value of the market – initial value of the market) x stake per penny
Profit/Loss = (1208.8p – 1252.6p) x £3 per penny stake
Profit/Loss = -43.8p x £3 per penny
Profit/Loss = -£131.40 loss


Spread Betting on the Market to Fall

One useful benefit of spread betting is that you can short the markets, i.e. bet that the markets will drop.

At the beginning of this example, the price was 1249.4p – 1252.6p.

If you short sold Easyjet at 1249.4p and the equity went down then the quote might be re-priced at 1206.2p – 1209.4p. In that case, you might decide to close your position at 1209.4p.

Profit/Loss = (initial value of the market – final value of the market) x stake per penny
Profit/Loss = (1249.4p – 1209.4p) x £3 per penny stake
Profit/Loss = 40.0p x £3 per penny
Profit/Loss = £120.00 profit

Markets can also rise, if the equity had moved up to 1281.2p – 1284.4p, you could close your position to limit your losses. Assuming this was the case, you’d buy at 1284.4p.

You would close your bet with the same £3 per penny stake:

Profit/Loss = (initial value of the market – final value of the market) x stake per penny
Profit/Loss = (1249.4p – 1284.4p) x £3 per penny stake
Profit/Loss = -35.0p x £3 per penny
Profit/Loss = -£105.00 loss


Easyjet Rolling Daily market taken as of 02-Aug-17.

Be aware that this is a ‘Rolling Daily’ market. Such markets do not have a set expiry date and will just rollover to the next trading day. If it does rollover, then you might incur a small cost or receive a small credit. For more details, please see rolling daily spread trading.



Easyjet Practice Accounts

But what if you want to try things out first? Well, the firms listed below provide test accounts, i.e. accounts that you can use to see how spread trading works on Easyjet without putting your capital at risk.



User Questions and Answers on Easyjet

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