Starbucks Spread Bets





Also see Live Starbucks chart below.



Where Can I Spread Bet on Starbucks?

You can place trades on Starbucks and a wide range of other financial markets with any of the following spread betting providers:

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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 Starbucks Chart




Live Starbucks Chart




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

The simple chart above gives you a handy look at the current market trends.

However, for those that are financial spread betting on Starbucks, the above firms have live prices and charts with more options.

Example trading chart:

Starbucks Spread Bets - Example Chart



Starbucks Spread Betting Example

Starbucks Spread Bets
If you are thinking about financial spread betting on US stocks like Starbucks then, on visiting a company like InterTrader, at the time of writing you would find a quote of $77.22 – $77.31.

This means you can bet on Starbucks to move higher than $77.31 or to move lower than $77.22.

If you are spread betting, you speculate on every unit the market increases or decreases. For the Starbucks market a unit is $0.01 of the US share’s price movement.

With this example, let’s say you decide to stake £2 for every cent Starbucks moves up or down.


Speculating on the Market to Go Up

If you went long of Starbucks at $77.31 and the US shares increased then the quote could become $78.04 – $78.13. In that case, you might choose to close your position for a profit at $78.04.

P&L = (final price of the market – initial price of the market) x stake per cent
P&L = ($78.04 – $77.31) x £2 per cent stake
P&L = $0.73 x £2 per cent
P&L = £146 profit

Conversely, if the US shares were to fall to $76.54 – $76.63, you could choose to close your bet to prevent further losses. If this were the case, you would make a sell trade at $76.54.

With the same £2 per cent stake:

P&L = (final price of the market – initial price of the market) x stake per cent
P&L = ($76.54 – $77.31) x £2 per cent stake
P&L = -$0.77 x £2 per cent
P&L = -£154 loss


Speculating on the Market to Go Down

One of the benefits of using a spread bet is that investors can sell the markets.

This market was initially priced at $77.22 – $77.31.

If you sold Starbucks at $77.22 and the US shares fell then you might see the price drop to $76.32 – $76.41. If that happened, you might decide to close your position at $76.41.

P&L = (initial price of the market – final price of the market) x stake per cent
P&L = ($77.22 – $76.41) x £2 per cent stake
P&L = $0.81 x £2 per cent
P&L = £162 profit

Nevertheless, if the US shares had moved up to, as an example, $77.98 – $78.07, you could choose to close your position to restrict your losses. Assuming this was the case, you would buy the market at $78.07.

You would close your bet with the same £2 per cent stake:

P&L = (initial price of the market – final price of the market) x stake per cent
P&L = ($77.22 – $78.07) x £2 per cent stake
P&L = -$0.85 x £2 per cent
P&L = -£170 loss


Starbucks Rolling Daily market accurate as of 04-Aug-14.

Please note that this is a Rolling Daily market. This kind of market doesn’t have a preset closing date and rolls over to the next trading day automatically. When a market rolls over you may incur a small cost or receive a small credit. For more information, please see rolling daily spread trading markets.



Starbucks Demo Accounts

But what if you just want to try things out? The firms listed below provide demo accounts, i.e. accounts which let you place spread bets on Starbucks without risking your money.



User Questions and Answers on Starbucks

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