Where Can I Find Live Prices and Charts for Taylor Wimpey?
The live contracts for difference chart below offers readers a helpful guide to the Taylor Wimpey share price.
The Plus500 chart above usually follows the underlying Taylor Wimpey futures contract (not the daily market).
Should you want to look at live spread betting charts/prices for Taylor Wimpey, you will normally require a spread betting account.
This would also let you speculate on the shorter term spot markets. Accounts are subject to credit, status and suitability checks.
If your new account is approved then you will be able to log in and make use of the real time trading charts and prices. Usually, these are free, however, you're likely to get the occasional call and/or newsletter from your spread betting firm.
If you were to trade, remember that spread betting and contracts for difference carry a significant level of risk and it is possible to lose more than your initial investment.
See below for more on advanced Taylor Wimpey charts.
Taylor Wimpey Analysis & News
Taylor Wimpey Share Price Update:
The share price is currently trading above the 20-day moving average of 191.8p and above the 50-day moving average of 193.3p.
- Current Price(i): 198.0p
- Closing Price: 199.4p
- 1 Day Change: Up 0.05%
- 5 Day Change: Up 1.99%
Long-Term TW.L Data
Price data from Google Finance. Also see Live TW.L Share Price & Charts and About Taylor Wimpey for more information.
- 52 Week High: 204.5p
- 52 Week Low: 135.2p
- EPS(i): £0.16
- PE Ratio(i): 12.05
- Volume / Average Volume(i): 1.376m / 10.217m
- Market Cap(i): £6,479m
- Shares Outstanding(i): 3,272m
Update by Jenna Cutly, Editor,
Spike in Taylor Wimpey Profits
For the full year 2013, the developer has increased revenues by £276.5m to £2,295.5m from £2,019.0m in 2012.
Group operating profit spiked 38.4% to £312.9m from £226.1m in 2012.
The adjusted basic EPS increased by 46% to 6.7p from 4.6p in 2012.
The board has proposed a final dividend of 0.47p per share, that takes the total 2013 dividend to 0.69p, up from 0.62p in 2012.
Update by Jacob Wood, Editor,
Advanced Charting Packages for Taylor Wimpey Shares
Even though the specific charting packages can vary from provider to provider, to help your technical analysis, the charts generally have useful features and tools that include:
Charts provided by Selftrade Markets also come with more advanced aspects such as:
- An array of intervals - 5 minutes, 2 hours, 1 week etc.
- Various display styles - candlestick charts and line charts
- Tools for drawing and adding features - Fibonacci Retracements and Trendlines
Financial Spreads equity trading chart
- Custom Indicators, BackTesting and Optimisation functions
- Useful technical overlays - Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, Parabolic SAR, Wilder's Smoothing etc.
- A selection of secondary charts - Average Directional Index, TSI, Commodity Channel Index etc.
- Email alerts when your chosen market reaches a pre-set level
The online spread betting brokers in the following list offer their users live trading prices/charts:
Where Can I Spread Bet on Taylor Wimpey for Free?
Investing, by its very nature, always includes an element of risk. However, if you would like to try a completely free Demo Account, that lets you check professional level charts and try out spread trading, then please see below.
When thinking about which trading option might work for you, also remember that, in the UK, financial spread betting is tax free*, i.e. there is no stamp duty, income tax or capital gains tax.
If you're trying to find a low cost financial spread betting website then keep in mind that you can trade Taylor Wimpey without brokers' fees or commissions at:
Should you want a completely free Practice Account / Demo Account where you can try financial spread betting on markets such as the DAX 30, GBP/USD and Taylor Wimpey, then look at:
Each of these spread trading companies currently provide a free Test Account that investors can use to apply a host of trading orders, use charts and try out new strategies.
How to Spread Bet on Taylor Wimpey?
Should you want to invest in UK listed companies like Taylor Wimpey then one option is to spread trade on the Taylor Wimpey share price.
Looking at a site like capital spreads, you can see that they have priced the Taylor Wimpey Rolling Daily market at 92.8p - 93.2p. Therefore, you can put a spread bet on the Taylor Wimpey shares:
Moving above 93.2p, or
Moving below 92.8p
Whilst making a spread bet on FTSE 350 shares you trade in £x per penny. Therefore, if you decide to risk £5 per penny and the Taylor Wimpey share price moves 34p then that would alter your P&L by £170. £5 per penny x 34p = £170.
Rolling Daily Equities Markets
Note that this is a Rolling Daily Market and therefore unlike a futures market, there is no settlement date. If you decide to leave your trade open at the end of the day, it will stay open and roll over into the next trading session.
If a trade is rolled over and you are speculating on the market to:
Increase - then you are normally charged a small financing fee, or
Decrease - then you'll usually receive a small credit to your account
You can find more on Rolling Daily Markets, as well as a fully worked example, in our feature Rolling Daily Spread Betting.
Taylor Wimpey Rolling Daily - Equities Spread Trading Example
If you consider the spread of 92.8p - 93.2p and make the assumptions that:
Then you may decide to buy a spread bet at 93.2p and invest, letís say, £20 per penny.
- You have analysed the company, and
- You think the Taylor Wimpey shares will increase and move higher than 93.2p
With such a bet you win £20 for every penny that the Taylor Wimpey shares increase and go above 93.2p. Having said that, such a bet also means that you will make a loss of £20 for every penny that the Taylor Wimpey market falls lower than 93.2p.
Looked at another way, should you buy a spread bet then your profits (or losses) are worked out by taking the difference between the final price of the market and the initial price you bought the market at. You then multiply that difference in price by your stake.
With this in mind, if after a few sessions the shares rose then you might consider closing your position in order to secure your profit.
So if the market moved up then the spread, set by the spread betting company, might move up to 97.9p - 98.3p. In order to close your spread bet you would sell at 97.9p. So, with the same £20 stake you would make:
Profit = (Settlement Value - Opening Value) x stake
Profit = (97.9p - 93.2p) x £20 per penny stake
Profit = 4.7p x £20 per penny stake
Profit = £94.00 profit
Financial spread trading is not always simple. In this case, you wanted the share price to go up. Of course, the share price can also decrease.
If the Taylor Wimpey share price had started to fall then you might choose to close your position in order to restrict your losses.
So if the spread pulled back to 87.8p - 88.2p you would close your trade by selling at 87.8p. This would result in a loss of:
Loss = (Settlement Value - Opening Value) x stake
Loss = (87.8p - 93.2p) x £20 per penny stake
Loss = -5.4p x £20 per penny stake
Loss = -£108.00 loss
Note - Taylor Wimpey Rolling Daily spread betting price quoted as of 21-Mar-13.
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'Taylor Wimpey Spread Betting' edited by DB, updated 03-Oct-17
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