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CFDs are a popular way for trading different assets that allows greater flexibility – for example, leveraged trading and short selling.
CFD trading does not involve the acquisition of real assets, and incurs spreads and overnight fees.
The spread is the difference between the Buy and Sell prices of a certain asset. Spreads are a common way in which trading platforms charge fees.
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CFD stocks are transactions that do not involve ownership of the underlying asset. CFDs enable features such as short (SELL) orders and leverage.
Spread is for either side (BUY and SELL).
- CFD positions in US-listed stocks & ETFs priced at $3 or less (based on the closing price available on the UEZ Markets platform for the last trading day of the previous week) will incur a fee of 2 cents per unit.
Short selling orders on cryptocurrencies are executed as CFDs. Margin (leveraged) trades also incur fees.
*Fees generated from the spread will be charged at the closing of a position. There may be instances when market conditions cause spreads to widen beyond the spreads displayed.
*Spreads indicate the lowest possible scenario. Spreads are variable and may fluctuate.
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Is UEZ Markets free?
You can join UEZ Markets for free and any registered user receives a $100,000 demo account for free.
However, like all online platforms, UEZ Markets charges various spreads and fees for some trades and withdrawals. To learn more, please refer to Crypto, CFDs, and Other Fees.
What is a bid/ask rate for CFDs?
Bid and ask rates are equivalent to BUY/SELL prices on UEZ Markets. When a position is long (BUY), the ASK rate is applied. When a position is short (SELL), the bid rate is applied.
What is leverage for CFDs?
Leverage is a temporary loan given to the trader by the broker, enabling the trader to open a trade of a larger size with a smaller amount of invested capital. Leverage is presented in the form of a multiplier that shows how much more than the invested amount a position is worth.
For example: If you trade with no leverage at all and invest $1,000, for every 1% move in the market, you can gain or lose $10, which equals 1% of $1,000. However, if you were to invest the same $1,000 and trade using x10 leverage, the dollar value of your position would be equal to $10,000.
For further details and examples click here.
Can daily rollover fees, on CFDs, change?
Rollover (weekend/overnight) fees change from time to time based on global market conditions. When this happens, we will implement the changes. Please be aware that fee changes always apply to open positions. We encourage you to keep up to date with the current rollover fees/refunds by checking our fees page. Please note that fees may change without advance notice.
How are fees, on CFDs, calculated?
Spread * Price in USD * Number of units
Overnight fees (per night):
Fee * amount of units
Where can I see the fees that I paid?
In your portfolio page, on the history tab, you can see the fees that were paid for each trade as well as aggregated fees for different periods.
In regards to CFDs, when do I pay the spread?
As soon as you open a new trade, you will see a “loss” in the position — this is due to the spread. However, the final calculation of the spread is made when you close the position and it is adjusted at that moment, according to the closing price.
Find more FAQ’s here.
What is a “bid/ask market spread”?
The market spread arises from the difference for which a product can be bought and sold (bid and ask). This difference does not arise from UEZ Markets and is not incurred as a cost when you buy or sell a real stock on UEZ Markets.
What other fees apply?
When depositing and withdrawing in non-USD currencies, a conversion fee will be incurred. Diamond members are automatically exempt from FX conversion fees. Platinum and Platinum+ members receive a 50% discount. There is also a low fixed $5 fee for withdrawals and a $10 monthly inactivity fee after 12 months with no trading activity.
Although not a fee that is levied by UEZ Markets, each transaction is subject to a market spread upon opening and closing. This is determined by the market and is a characteristic that is consistent across all banks and brokers. FURTHER DETAILS IN RELATION TO OUR FEES MAY BE FOUND [HERE].
Is there a minimum fee per trade?
No. Unlike other brokers, UEZ Markets does not charge a minimum trade or ticket fee on any of its asset types.
The above-mentioned spreads or fees apply to any position, no matter how big or small.