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1 CFD are excluded from the offer of 100 commission-free trades.
Contracts For Difference (CFD) trading is available to clients following the assessment of their knowledge of derivative instruments and the subscription of the Derivative Trading Contract.
CFDs (Contracts for Differences): a CFD is a financial derivative, which you can buy or sell with FinecoBank as your direct counterparty. Its value is directly related to that of an underlying asset (securities, indices, currencies, futures on bonds, futures on volatility indicators and futures on commodities) and consequently follows the price movement in the underlying asset. In particular, in CFD trading your profit/loss is given by the difference in value between the opening price and the subsequent closing price of the contract. The opening price and the closing price are determined by the Bank applying, if appropriate, a mark-up or a spread on the underlying price to the extent indicated by the economic conditions at the time. CFDs are characterized by a strong leverage effect. This means that a relatively small price movement in the underlying market will have a proportionally higher impact on the value of your margined position and an unfavourable price movement may result in losses exceeding your initial margin deposit (increasing underlying price for short positions, decreasing for long positions). CFD Positions open for more than a working day (overnight) are subject to a multi-day position fee.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 66.07% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Before trading CFDs, please read carefully the Key Information Documents (KIDs) available on the website finecobank.com/uk.
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4 You only pay the spread.
5 Amount of trading commissions accrued in a month: Up to £499: UK shares and ETFs, Bonds (MOT/EuroMOT - EuroTLX e HI-MTF, Euronext), Fixed fee: £6.95; Europe shares and ETFs (EquiductGermany, Xetra, Equiduct France, Netherlands, Portugal, Euronext, Italy) Fixed fee: €6.95; USA shares and and ETFs (Nyse, Amex, Nasdaq) Fixed fee: $6.95. Over £500: UK shares and ETFs, Bonds (MOT/EuroMOT - EuroTLX e HI-MTF, Euronext), Fixed fee: £3.95; Europe shares and ETFs (Equiduct Germany, Xetra, Equiduct France, Netherlands, Portugal, Euronext, Italy) Fixed fee: €3.95; USA and ETFs (Nyse, Amex, Nasdaq) Fixed fee: $3.95. The fees applied on the bond markets are expressed in GBP but charged on the Multicurrency Sub-Account of the settlement currency. For transactions executed on specific markets, you may incur additional taxes or fixed fees related to the single market. See the fact sheets for further details.
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“The value of the fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested”
*Funds platform fee will be calculated and paid monthly. The monthly fee is calculated based on the value of your portfolio in Funds on the last day of the each month. To learn about all risks, costs and funds nature, please read the KIIDS and the offer prospectus available on www.finecobank.com as well as on the website of the company offering the UCITS units/shares before proceeding. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. The performance of funds and benchmarks, where present, is gross of tax”.