Where Can I Find Live Prices and Charts for Hargreaves Lansdown?
This interactive CFDs chart will offer users a handy view of the Hargreaves Lansdown share price.
The Plus 500 chart above is usually based on the Hargreaves Lansdown futures contract.
Should you want to access financial spread betting prices and live charts for Hargreaves Lansdown, you will generally need a financial spread betting account.
In addition, a spreads account would let you trade on spot prices. Note that all such accounts are normally dependent on credit, suitability and status checks.
If your new account is accepted then, after logging on, you will be able to make use of the live prices and charts. Usually, these will be free. So what's the catch? You might get the odd sales call and/or letter from your chosen financial spread betting firm.
Of course, if you do trade then, before you start, be aware that spread trading and CFDs do involve a high degree of risk and it's possible to lose more than your initial deposit.
See below for more on advanced Hargreaves Lansdown charts.
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Professional Charts for Hargreaves Lansdown Shares
Whilst charts differ from firm to firm, to help you with your trading decisions, most charts usually have useful features such as:
Charts provided by Selftrade Markets also include:
- A range of intervals, for example, 3 minutes, 1 hour, 1 week etc
- Different views, for example, candlestick and OHLC charts
- Drawing options and tools, for example, trendlines, Fibonacci time zones, arcs and fans
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- Customisable Indicators, BackTesting and Optimisation functions
- Helpful overlays, for example, Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, Moving Averages, Wilder's Smoothing etc
- A wide selection of indicator charts, for example, MACD, Historical Volatility, Projection Oscillator etc
- Automatic email alerts that trigger when the markets reach a specific level
The following financial spread betting brokers give users access to charts and live prices:
Where Can I Spread Bet on Hargreaves Lansdown for Free?
Speculating isn't without risk, but if you would like to open a Demo Account (free), that lets you try out spread trading, then see below for more details.
Furthermore, spread trading, in the UK, is tax free*, i.e. there is no capital gains tax, stamp duty or income tax.
If you're trying to find a low cost trading platform, you should keep in mind that you can spread bet on Hargreaves Lansdown with no brokers' fees or commissions at:
If you're looking for a virtual money Practice Account in order to try out financial spread betting, and speculating on markets such as Hargreaves Lansdown, then you could have a closer look at:
Each of the spread trading firms listed above currently offer a Practice Account that lets investors try out new trading ideas, gain experience with an array of orders and analyse charts.
How to Spread Bet on Hargreaves Lansdown?
If you decide to speculate on companies such as Hargreaves Lansdown then one possibility is to spread bet on the Hargreaves Lansdown share price.
Looking at a site like InterTrader, we can see they have priced the Hargreaves Lansdown Rolling Daily market at 809.0p - 811.5p. This means that an investor could put a spread bet on the Hargreaves Lansdown shares:
Rising above 811.5p, or
Falling below 809.0p
Whilst spread trading on UK shares you trade in £x per penny. So, if you decide to invest £4 per penny and the Hargreaves Lansdown share price moves 21p then that would be a difference to your bottom line of £84. £4 per penny x 21p = £84.
Rolling Daily Equities Markets
One important thing to note is that this is a 'Rolling Daily Market' and therefore unlike a normal spread betting futures market, there is no settlement date. You do not have to close your position, should it still be open at the end of the trading day, it will roll over to the next session.
If your spread bet does roll over and you are speculating on the market to:
Increase - then you'll be charged a small overnight financing fee, or
Decrease - then a small payment will usually be credited to your account
To find out more about Rolling Daily Markets read our feature Rolling Daily Spread Betting.
Hargreaves Lansdown Rolling Daily - Shares Spread Betting Example
If you take the above spread of 809.0p - 811.5p and make the assumptions that:
Then you may decide that you want to buy a spread bet at 811.5p for a stake of £5 per penny.
- You have done your analysis of the company, and
- Your research suggests the Hargreaves Lansdown shares are likely to increase and move above 811.5p
With such a bet you make a profit of £5 for every penny that the Hargreaves Lansdown shares push higher than 811.5p. Of course, such a bet also means that you will lose £5 for every penny that the Hargreaves Lansdown market moves below 811.5p.
Considering this from another angle, if you ‘Buy’ a spread bet then your P&L is found by taking the difference between the closing price of the market and the price you bought the market at. You then multiply that price difference by your stake.
Therefore, if after a few hours the stock started to rise you might decide to close your spread bet so that you can lock in your profit.
Taking this a step further, if the market did go up then the spread, set by the spread trading firm, might move up to 837.9p - 840.4p. In order to close your spread bet you would sell at 837.9p. Accordingly, with the same £5 stake you would calculate your profit as:
Your profits (or losses) = (Final Level - Initial Level) x stake
Your profits (or losses) = (837.9p - 811.5p) x £5 per penny stake
Your profits (or losses) = 26.4p x £5 per penny stake
Your profits (or losses) = £132.00 profit
Spread betting is not straightforward. In the above example, you wanted the share price to increase. Of course, it can also go down.
If the Hargreaves Lansdown share price weakened, against your expectations, then you could close your spread bet in order to limit your losses.
Should the spread fall back to 788.4p - 790.9p then this means you would close your spread bet by selling at 788.4p. Accordingly, your loss would be:
Your profits (or losses) = (Final Level - Initial Level) x stake
Your profits (or losses) = (788.4p - 811.5p) x £5 per penny stake
Your profits (or losses) = -23.1p x £5 per penny stake
Your profits (or losses) = -£115.50 loss
Note - Hargreaves Lansdown Rolling Daily spread accurate as of 08-Feb-13.
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'Hargreaves Lansdown Spread Betting' edited by Jenna Cutly, updated 03-Oct-17
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