Guide to Spread Betting on BlackBerry with Daily Updates and Live BBRY Prices & Charts
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BlackBerry Spread Betting Guide

BlackBerry Spread Betting

Where Can I Spread Bet on BlackBerry?

You can currently speculate with no brokers' fees or commissions on BlackBerry, as well as a wide array of other spread betting markets, with firms like:

Where Can I Find Live Spread Betting Prices and Charts for BlackBerry?

The real-time CFDs chart below will give users a useful insight into the BlackBerry share price.

The above chart from Plus 500 normally shows the BlackBerry futures market (not the daily market).

To review real-time spread betting prices and charts for BlackBerry, you can use a spread trading account.

In addition, a spreads account will let you have access to shorter term spot prices. Readers should note that all such accounts are normally dependent on credit and status checks.

If your application is accepted, you can log on to study the up-to-the-minute trading prices/charts. These are usually free. The catch is that you could get the occasional sales call and/or letter from your chosen spread betting firm.

If you want to trade then you should remember that financial spread trading and contracts for difference carry a significant level of risk and it's possible to incur losses that exceed your initial investment.

For more details, see Advanced BlackBerry Trading Charts below.

BlackBerry Analysis & News

Date Trading Update
18-Sep-17 [8:53am]

BlackBerry Share Price Update:

Neutral Share Price The US stock is trading higher than the 20 DMA of $9.04 and lower than the 50 DMA of $9.34.
  • Closing Price: $9.27
  • Neutral Share Price 1 Day Change: Unchanged
  • Rising Share Price 5 Day Change: Up 2.89%

Long-Term BBRY Data

  • 52 Week High 52 Week High: $11.74
  • 52 Week Low 52 Week Low: $6.65
  • EPS(i): $0.22
  • PE Ratio(i): 42
  • Volume / Average Volume(i): 2.952m / 3.252m
  • Market Cap(i): $4,916m
  • Shares Outstanding(i): 530m
Price data from Google Finance. Also see Live BBRY Share Price & Charts and About BlackBerry for more information.

Update by Jenna Cutly, Editor, CleanFinancial
19-Dec-14 [10:58am]

BlackBerry Retains Strong Security Focus

The firm is set to report a quarterly loss of $0.05 per share, with revenue of $936m.

The company recently released its potentially game-changing enterprise software BES 12 that enables enterprise customers to use non-BlackBerry devices as well as BlackBerrys.

The company also sold its entire retro-orientated 'passport' line of phones showing that there are still a core set of users demanding its devices.

Apparently US President Obama is a BlackBerry fan because of the addictive keyboard and strong security features.

Recent hacking events including of celebrity Apple iCloud accounts make the security associated with BlackBerrys a key consideration for corporate customers.

Update by Jasper Lawler, Market Analyst, CMC Markets
24-Sep-14 [2:31pm]

Blackberry Launch Products to Win Back Business Audience

Given that the company's CEO has been able to boast that the turnaround programme is ahead of schedule, investors will want the tech firm to back up the stronger outlook with improved profitability.

Update by IG Index

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About BlackBerry

Advanced Charting Packages for BlackBerry

Although the charts can differ from firm to firm, to help your trading analysis, most charts generally come with useful tools and features such as:
  • Many different intervals - 5 minutes, 1 hour, 1 month and so on
  • Various display options - OHLC, candlestick and line charts
  • Drawing tools - Fibonacci Retracements and Trendlines

The charts from Capital Spreads also include other benefits:
  • Customisable Indicators, BackTesting and Optimisation functions
  • Numerous chart overlays - EMA, Bollinger Bands, Chande Kroll Stop and so on
  • Over 30 indicators - MACD, Williams %R, Swing Index and so on
  • Custom email notifications for when your chosen market hits a pre-determined level

Financial Spreads equity trading chart

BlackBerry Trading Guide - Example Chart

The spread trading companies in the following list provide their account holders with real time trading prices and charts:
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Where Can I Spread Bet on BlackBerry for Free?

Trading the markets always involves a degree of risk, but if you want to try a Practice Account (free), where you can access professional level charts and try out spread trading, please see below for further details.

When deciding which investment option is right for you, also remember that in the UK, spread trading is currently tax free*, i.e. it is exempt from income tax, capital gains tax and stamp duty.

Assuming you want a low cost spread betting site, you should keep in mind that investors can trade BlackBerry without paying any brokers' fees or commissions with providers such as:

Free Demo Account

Should you want to have a look at a free Practice Account / Demo Account where you can get a better feel for financial spread betting, including trading markets such as gold, the DAX 30, USD/JPY and BlackBerry, then take a look at: The above spread betting companies provide a free Practice Account that lets investors practice with a host of orders, study charts and test new trading strategies.

How to Spread Bet on BlackBerry

How to Spread Bet on BlackBerry?

If an investor wants to invest in companies like BlackBerry then one solution could be spread betting on the BlackBerry share price.

Looking at a spread betting platform like Capitalspreads, you can see they have put the BlackBerry Rolling Daily market at $16.06 - $16.09. Therefore, an investor could spread trade on the BlackBerry share price:

  BlackBerry Trading Example Increasing higher than $16.09, or
  BlackBerry Spread Trading Example Decreasing lower than $16.06

Whilst spread betting on S&P 500 shares you trade in £x per cent. So, if you invest £5 per cent and the BlackBerry share price moves $0.38 then that would make a difference to your P&L of £190. £5 per cent x $0.38 = £190.

You are also able to spread bet on this market in Dollars or Euros, e.g. $x per cent.

Rolling Daily Equities Markets

This is a Rolling Daily Market which means that it does not have a set settlement date. If a trade is still open when the markets close at the end of the day, it will simply roll over to the next session.

If your spread bet is rolled over and you are speculating that the market will:

  BlackBerry Spread Trading Example Go up - then you'll be charged a small overnight financing fee, or
  BlackBerry Spread Trading Example Go down - then you'll often receive a small payment to your account

You can learn more about Rolling Daily Markets in our article Rolling Daily Spread Betting.

BlackBerry Rolling Daily - US Equities Spread Trading Example

If you take the spread of $16.06 - $16.09 and assume that:
  • You have done your analysis of the equities market, and
  • You think the BlackBerry share price looks like it will move higher than $16.09
Then you could choose to buy a spread bet at $16.09 and risk, let’s say, £4 per cent.

So, you make a profit of £4 for every cent that the BlackBerry shares increase and move above $16.09. Of course, you will make a loss of £4 for every cent that the BlackBerry market decreases below $16.09.

Looking at this from another angle, if you ‘Buy’ a spread bet then your P&L is calculated by taking the difference between the closing price of the market and the price you bought the spread at. You then multiply that price difference by your stake.

Therefore, if after a few sessions the shares rose then you might want to close your spread bet and therefore guarantee your profits. As an example, if the market increased then the spread, set by the spread trading company, might change to $16.33 - $16.36. You would close your trade by selling at $16.33. As a result, with the same £4 stake you would make a profit of:

Profit / loss = (Final Price - Opening Price) x stake
Profit / loss = ($16.33 - $16.09) x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = $0.24 x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = 24¢ x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = £96 profit

Spread betting is not always straightforward. In the above example, you had bet that the share price would increase. However, the share price can also go down.

If the BlackBerry share price weakened, against your expectations, then you could close your trade to stop any further losses.

Should the market pull back to $15.82 - $15.85 then you would sell back your position at $15.82. Accordingly, your loss would be:

Profit / loss = (Final Price - Opening Price) x stake
Profit / loss = ($15.82 - $16.09) x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = -$0.27 x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = -27¢ x £4 per cent stake
Profit / loss = -£108 loss

Note: BlackBerry Rolling Daily spread quoted as of 06-Feb-13.

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'BlackBerry Spread Betting' edited by DB, updated 18-Sep-17

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