Good spreadbet companies for US stocks

gbr128

Junior member
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I've dealt with CMC/deal4free for UK stocks in the past and for my purposes they were fine (FTSE100 members).

Am thinking about dipping my toe into the US market (S&P500 members this time) and was wondering if any of the companies had better coverage than CMC? I'm expecting to be trading up to two-week deals so not massively worried about the size of the spread but would prefer not be ripped off before I've even started!

Also I think CMC offer about 300 US stocks which is probably more than enough, but wondered if there were brokers offering more.

Thanks for any suggestions
Rob.
 

PitBull

Established member
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Finspreads seem OK on US stocks. Give them a try, Ive been swinging them for a while now and in good profit
 

henry766

Well-known member
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yeh but i don't think finspreads cover ,much more than cmc? cfd's and etrade synergy bank are cheap ( if you trade larger amounts and i'm sure they cover nas100 and s&p 500 which is about best you can do unless trade underlying!!!
 

the blades

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henry766 said:
yeh but i don't think finspreads cover ,much more than cmc? cfd's and etrade synergy bank are cheap ( if you trade larger amounts and i'm sure they cover nas100 and s&p 500 which is about best you can do unless trade underlying!!!

I use Fins, IG and Capital.

IG offer the widest choice (at a price!) of all markets I think. I buy S&P500 co's with them, but I'd bet they'd go further down the spectrum.

For UK shares they will quote for any comapny above £20M - I think the only one to do that.

Give 'em a call.

UTB
 
 
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