Guide to Spread Betting on Oracle with Daily Updates and Live ORCL Prices & Charts
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Oracle Spread Betting

Oracle Spread Betting

Where Can I Spread Bet on Oracle?

At the moment, you are able to take a position on Oracle through an account with these spread betting providers:

Where Can I Find Live Prices and Charts for Oracle?

This interactive CFD chart will provide users with a useful look at the Oracle market.

The Plus 500 chart that we use above normally uses the underlying Oracle futures contract.

Should you want to review live financial spread betting prices/charts for Oracle, you will generally need a spread trading account.

Also, a spreads account will let you access shorter term spot markets. Readers should note that opening such an account is subject to suitability and status checks.

Should your new account be approved, you will be able to log on and study the up-to-the-minute prices and charts. Usually, these are free. The catch? You will probably get the odd email or letter from the spread trading provider.

Of course, if you want to trade then you should be aware that financial spread betting and CFD trading involve a significant level of risk and losses can exceed your initial deposit.

For more details, see Advanced Oracle Trading Charts below.

Oracle Analysis & News

Date Trading Update
03-Oct-17 [11:49am]

Oracle Share Price Update:

Falling Share Price The shares are below the 20-day MA of $49.21 and below the 50-day MA of $49.46.
  • Closing Price: $48.40
  • Falling Share Price 1 Day Change: Down -1.04%
  • Rising Share Price 5 Day Change: Up 0.10%

Long-Term ORCL Data

  • 52 Week High 52 Week High: $53.14
  • 52 Week Low 52 Week Low: $37.62
  • EPS(i): $2.29
  • PE Ratio(i): 21.1
  • Volume / Average Volume(i): 0.000m / 17.713m
  • Market Cap(i): $201,997m
  • Shares Outstanding(i): 4,173m
Price data from Google Finance. Also see Live ORCL Share Price & Charts and About Oracle for more information.

Update by Jenna Cutly, Editor, CleanFinancial

Readers please note:

About Oracle

Professional Charting Packages for Oracle

Although the charting packages can differ from provider to provider, in order to help your trading analysis, most charts generally come with handy features such as:
  • An array of intervals e.g. 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 2 hours etc
  • Different chart views e.g. OHLC, line and candlestick charts
  • Drawing options and features e.g. Fibonacci Time Zones, Arcs and Fans

The charts with Capital Spreads also include more advanced aspects like:
  • Custom Indicators, BackTesting and Optimisation functions
  • Overlays e.g. Moving Averages, Ichimoku Cloud, Chande Kroll Stop etc
  • More than 30 secondary charts e.g. Chaikin's Volatility, Relative Momentum Index, TRIX etc
  • Automatic email alerts for when your chosen market hits a specific price

Sample chart from Financial Spreads

Oracle Trading Guide - Example Chart

The following spread trading brokers let their account holders have access to live trading charts/prices:
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Where Can I Spread Bet on Oracle for Free?

Trading involves an element of risk. Nevertheless, if you would like to try a Test Account (free), where you can try financial spread betting on an array of markets, then see below for more details.

When looking at which trading option is right for you, don't forget that in the UK, spread trading is currently free of capital gains tax, income tax and stamp duty*.

If you're looking for a low cost spread trading website, note that you can take a view on Oracle with zero commissions and no brokers' fees through firms like:

Free Demo Account

If you would like to open a free Practice Account where you can get a better feel for spread betting, and trading markets such as the Dow Jones, gold, EUR/USD and Oracle, then have a look at: The companies listed above currently provide a free Practice Account that allows investors to study charts, apply a host of trading orders and test new trading ideas.

How to Spread Bet on Oracle

How to Spread Bet on Oracle?

If an investor decides to invest in firms like Oracle then one option could be to spread bet on the Oracle share price.

Looking at Capitalspreads, you can see that they are currently offering the Oracle Rolling Daily market at $35.14 - $35.19. Therefore, an investor can spread trade on the Oracle share price:

  Oracle Spread Trading Example Rising above $35.19, or
  Oracle Trading Example Falling below $35.14

Whilst making a spread bet on US equities you trade in £x per cent. As a result, if you decided to invest £4 per cent and the Oracle share price changes by $0.33 then that would change your bottom line by £132. £4 per cent x $0.33 = £132.

Note that you are also able to trade this market in Euros or Dollars, e.g. $x per cent.

Rolling Daily Shares Markets

This is a Rolling Daily Market which means that there is no predetermined settlement date for this market. You do not have to close your trade, should it still be open at the end of the trading day, it simply rolls over to the next trading day.

Should your trade roll over, if you are speculating that the market will:

  Oracle Trading Example Increase - then you are charged a small overnight financing fee, or
  Oracle Trading Example Decrease - then you will 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.

Oracle Rolling Daily - US Shares Trading Example

If you consider the above spread of $35.14 - $35.19 and make the assumptions that:
  • You've analysed the markets, and
  • Your research suggests that the Oracle shares look like they will increase and go above $35.19
Then you may decide that you want to buy at $35.19 and invest, let’s say, £3 per cent.

So, you make a profit of £3 for every cent that the Oracle shares increase and move higher than $35.19. Having said that, it also means that you will lose £3 for every cent that the Oracle market moves below $35.19.

Thinking of this in a slightly different way, if you ‘Buy’ a spread bet then your profits (or losses) are worked out by taking the difference between the settlement price of the market and the price you bought the spread at. You then multiply that difference in price by the stake.

As a result, if after a few trading sessions the share price moved higher then you could consider closing your position in order to secure your profit. So if the market increased then the spread might change to $35.59 - $35.64. In order to close your spread bet you would sell at $35.59. Accordingly, with the same £3 stake you would make:

P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
P&L = ($35.59 - $35.19) x £3 per cent stake
P&L = $0.40 x £3 per cent stake
P&L = 40¢ x £3 per cent stake
P&L = £120 profit

Speculating on shares, whether by spread betting or otherwise, can work against you. With this example, you wanted the share price to increase. Naturally, the share price might go down.

If the Oracle shares began to drop then you might choose to close your spread bet to limit your losses.

Should the market fall back to $34.84 - $34.89 then this means you would sell back your position at $34.84. Accordingly, your loss would be:

P&L = (Closing Price - Opening Price) x stake
P&L = ($34.84 - $35.19) x £3 per cent stake
P&L = -$0.35 x £3 per cent stake
P&L = -35¢ x £3 per cent stake
P&L = -£105 loss

Note - Oracle Rolling Daily spread betting price quoted as of 06-Feb-13.

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'Oracle Spread Betting' edited by DB, updated 03-Oct-17

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