Manchester United Spread Bets








Where Can I Spread Bet on Manchester United?

Investors can trade on Manchester United, as well as plenty of other financial markets, with the following companies:

Financial Spreads ETX Capital Spreadex IG City Index
Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares Financial Spreads Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares ETX Capital Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares Spreadex Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares IG Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares City Index Dow Jones (Wall Street) Shares
S&P 500 Shares Financial Spreads S&P 500 Shares ETX Capital S&P 500 Shares Spreadex S&P 500 Shares IG S&P 500 Shares City Index S&P 500 Shares
NASDAQ 100 Shares Financial Spreads NASDAQ 100 Shares ETX Capital NASDAQ 100 Shares Spreadex NASDAQ 100 Shares IG NASDAQ 100 Shares City Index NASDAQ 100 Shares
You may also be available to spread bet on Dow 30 companies other firms. Also see spread betting comparison notes.


Live Manchester United Chart




Live Manchester United Chart




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

The quick chart above provides a helpful guide.

Still, for those that are trading Manchester United, the companies mentioned above have platforms with real-time pricing as well as charts with more analysis options.

Typical trading chart:

Manchester United Spread Bets - Example Chart



Manchester United Spread Betting Example

Manchester United Spread Bets
Should you decide to spread bet on stocks such as Manchester United then, on visiting a trading platform like FinancialSpreads, at the time of writing you would get a price of $17.84 – $17.91.

As a result, you could speculate on Manchester United to go above $17.91 or go below $17.84.

When spread trading, investors speculate on every unit the market increases or decreases. Specifically, for the Manchester United market a unit is $0.01 of the US stock’s price movement.

Let’s say, for this example, you decide to stake £5 for every cent Manchester United increases or decreases.


Buying – Spread Betting on the Market to Go Up

If you went long of Manchester United at $17.91 and the US stocks increased then the market might be re-priced at $18.16 – $18.23. If that happened, you could close your trade for a profit at $18.16.

Profit/Loss = (final price of the market – initial price of the market) x stake per cent
Profit/Loss = ($18.16 – $17.91) x £5 per cent stake
Profit/Loss = $0.25 x £5 per cent
Profit/Loss = £125 profit

On the other hand, if the US stocks were to fall down to, as an example, $17.62 – $17.69, you may decide to close your trade to restrict your losses. Therefore, you’d place a sell trade at $17.62.

With the same £5 per cent stake:

Profit/Loss = (final price of the market – initial price of the market) x stake per cent
Profit/Loss = ($17.62 – $17.91) x £5 per cent stake
Profit/Loss = -$0.29 x £5 per cent
Profit/Loss = -£145 loss


Selling – Spread Betting on the Market to Go Down

One of the many advantages of financial spread betting is that investors can go short of the markets, i.e. bet that the markets will fall.

This market was originally priced at $17.84 – $17.91.

If you sold Manchester United at $17.84 and the US stocks fell then the market might be re-priced at $17.50 – $17.57. If this were the case, you might choose to close your position for a profit by buying at $17.57.

Profit/Loss = (initial price of the market – final price of the market) x stake per cent
Profit/Loss = ($17.84 – $17.57) x £5 per cent stake
Profit/Loss = $0.27 x £5 per cent
Profit/Loss = £135 profit

Conversely, if the US stocks increased to $18.08 – $18.15, you may decide to close your bet to prevent further losses. Assuming this was the case, you would buy at $18.15.

You would close your bet with the same £5 per cent stake:

Profit/Loss = (initial price of the market – final price of the market) x stake per cent
Profit/Loss = ($17.84 – $18.15) x £5 per cent stake
Profit/Loss = -$0.31 x £5 per cent
Profit/Loss = -£155 loss


Manchester United Rolling Daily prices quoted as of 7-Aug-17.

This is a Rolling Daily trade. This type of trade doesn’t have a preset closing date and will just rollover to the next session. If it does rollover, then you might be charged a small overnight financing fee or receive a small credit. For more information, see guide to rolling daily markets.



Manchester United Practice Accounts

But what if you want to practice? Well, the following platforms also offer free test accounts. You can use these accounts to see how spread trading works on Manchester United without putting your money at risk.



User Questions and Answers on Manchester United

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