Where Can I Find Live Prices and Charts for Rolls Royce?
The CFD chart and prices below will provide readers with a handy view of the Rolls Royce share price.
The chart above is from Plus500 and normally shows the Rolls Royce futures contract (not the daily market).
If you'd like to analyse real time financial spread betting charts/prices for Rolls Royce, you will normally require a spread trading account.
A spreads account will also let you have access to the short-term daily prices. Note: Accounts are normally dependent on credit and status checks.
Should your account application be approved then, when you log on, you will be able to analyse the real time trading prices/charts. Usually, these will be provided for free, however, you could receive the occasional sales letter or email from your online spread betting firm.
Of course, if you want to trade then, before starting, be aware that CFDs and spread betting carry a high level of risk to your funds and you could lose more than your initial deposit.
See below for more on Advanced Rolls Royce Charts.
Rolls-Royce Analysis & News
Advanced Charts for Rolls Royce
Although charts normally differ across the various platforms, in order to aid your trading analysis, they generally have valuable tools and features, including:
The charts offered by Selftrade Markets also come with more advanced aspects like:
- A large range of intervals such as 1 minute, 15 minutes, 2 hours etc.
- A variety of chart views such as OHLC, line and candlestick charts
- Drawing features and options such as Fibonacci time zones, fans and arcs
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- Tailored Indicators and BackTesting tools
- Popular overlays such as Ichimoku Clouds, EMA, Price Channels etc.
- Over 30 indicator charts such as Average Directional Index, Stochastic, % Price Oscillator etc.
- Automated email alerts that trigger when the markets hit a certain price
The spread betting firms in the list below offer their users real time trading prices/charts:
Where Can I Spread Bet on Rolls Royce for Free?
Investing in the markets isn't risk free. Having said that, if you would like to try a Test Account, where you can try spread betting, then see below for more details.
When looking at which investment option is right for you, don't forget that spread betting in the UK is currently free of income tax, stamp duty and capital gains tax*.
If you are trying to find a free financial spread betting platform, you should keep in mind that investors can speculate on Rolls Royce without having to pay any brokers' fees with:
If you want to open a free Test Account / Practice Account that lets you try spread betting, and speculating on markets such as EUR/USD, the FTSE 100, crude oil and Rolls Royce, then you could always look into:
The above companies currently provide a free Demo Account that lets users test theories, practice with an array of orders and access professional level charts.
How to Spread Bet on Rolls Royce?
If an investor decides to speculate on firms like Rolls Royce then one option could be spread betting on the Rolls Royce share price.
Looking at a spread trading platform like capital spreads, we can see that they have priced the Rolls Royce Rolling Daily market at 872.5p - 874.0p. This means an investor could spread trade on the Rolls Royce share price:
Moving higher than 874.0p, or
Moving lower than 872.5p
Whilst spread betting on FTSE 350 equities you trade in £x per penny. Therefore, if you decided to have a stake of £3 per penny and the Rolls Royce share price moves 28p then that would change your profit/loss by £84. £3 per penny x 28p = £84.
Rolling Daily Shares Markets
Be aware that this is a Rolling Daily Market which means that there is no set closing date for this market. If a trade is still open when the markets close at the end of the day, it simply keeps rolling over into the next day.
If your position is rolled over and you are speculating that the market will:
Move higher - then you will pay a small overnight financing fee, or
Move lower - then you will usually receive a small credit to your account
For a worked example please see Rolling Daily Spread Betting.
Rolls Royce Rolling Daily - Shares Spread Trading Example
So, if you consider the spread of 872.5p - 874.0p and assume:
Then you might decide to buy at 874.0p and risk, for the sake of argument, £4 per penny.
- You've completed your analysis of the shares, and
- Your analysis leads you to feel that the Rolls Royce shares are likely to increase and move above 874.0p
With such a bet you make a profit of £4 for every penny that the Rolls Royce shares move higher than 874.0p. Conversely, however, you will lose £4 for every penny that the Rolls Royce market moves below 874.0p.
Thinking of this in a slightly different way, should you ‘Buy’ a spread bet then your P&L is calculated by taking the difference between the settlement price of the market and the price you bought the spread at. You then multiply that price difference by your stake.
As a result, if after a few days the share price moved higher then you might want to close your position in order to secure your profit.
So if the market rose then the spread might move to 902.8p - 904.3p. In order to close your trade you would sell at 902.8p. Accordingly, with the same £4 stake your profit would come to:
P&L = (Closing Level - Opening Level) x stake
P&L = (902.8p - 874.0p) x £4 per penny stake
P&L = 28.8p x £4 per penny stake
P&L = £115.20 profit
Trading equities, whether by spread trading or otherwise, can fail to go to plan. In this example, you wanted the share price to go up. However, it could go down.
If the Rolls Royce stock began to fall then you could close your spread bet in order to limit your losses.
Should the market pull back to 841.2p - 842.7p then this means you would sell back your position at 841.2p. That would mean you would make a loss of:
P&L = (Closing Level - Opening Level) x stake
P&L = (841.2p - 874.0p) x £4 per penny stake
P&L = -32.8p x £4 per penny stake
P&L = -£131.20 loss
Note - Rolls Royce Rolling Daily spread betting market correct as of 19-Oct-12.
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'Rolls Royce Spread Betting' edited by Jacob Wood, updated 03-Oct-17
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