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Latest update: 7-05-2018

When you perform a trade, we will charge you a small amount. This is what we call the Trade Fee. The Trade Fee is a percentage of the total Trade Size, also referred to as the total value of the investment. For example, if you invest £250 in the CFD stock Google, then the value of the trade is £250. Before you initiate a trade, we will show the exact Fee amount below the Trade button.

CFD Stocks (excl. Italian stocks)
Minimum Fee £0.25
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 5,000 0.15%
More than £5,000* 0.12%
CFD Italian Stocks (only)
Minimum Fee £0.80
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 2,500 0.20%
£2,500 — 5,000 0.18%
More than £5,000* 0.16%
*For CFD Stock there is currently a maximum Trade Size of £10,000
CFD Indices (e.g., UK100 INDEX)
Minimum Fee £0.25
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 5,000 0.06%
£5,000 — 25,000 0.05%
£25,000 — 75,000 0.04%
£75,000+ 0.03%
CFD Indices: China A50 & Singapore
Minimum Fee £0.25
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 5,000 0.12%
£5,000+ 0.10%
CFD Currencies (excl. bitcoin)
Minimum Fee £0.25
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 5,000 0.05%
£5,000 — 25,000 0.04%
£25,000 — 75,000 0.03%
£75,000+ 0.02%
CFD Crypto-currencies
Minimum Fee £0.25
Product Trade Fee
Bitcoin 0.55%
Ethereum 0.70%
Litecoin 1.50%
Bitcoin Cash 1.00%
Ripple 1.40%
Total Trade Size: £0 — 5,000**
**For all CFD crypto-currencies there is currently a maximum Trade Size of £5,000
CFD Commodities (e.g., gold or oil)
Minimum Fee £0.25
Total Trade Size Trade Fee
£0 — 5,000 0.10%
More than £5,000 0.08%

Multiplier (+ Example!)

With BUX, you can also use a Multiplier. This means you are investing with leverage. For example, if you invest £250 in the CFD stock Google and you apply a Multiplier of 3, than you are actually investing 3 times £250, meaning £750, in Google.

The benefit of using a Multiplier is that you can do larger trades with smaller amounts of money. This means you can profit faster. However, the disadvantage is that you can lose money quicker as well when things don’t go the way you predicted. Therefore: always be cautious!

When you use a Multiplier, the total Trade Size is similar to the invested amount times the Multiplier. In the example above this is £750. But remember: with BUX you can never lose more than the amount that you invested. In the example your maximum loss is therefore £250.

Financing fee

When you use a Multiplier and keep a position open overnight, you are charged a certain interest rate, this is what we call a “financing fee”. Such amount is charged daily at 23:00 GMT. For transparency, the financing fee is clearly shown in the details screen of each product. If you do not use a Multiplier, you do not pay a financing fee.

For all products except cryptocurrencies, the financing fee rate applied to the total value of the investment is based on the relevant interbank rate (EONIA for European products, LIBOR USD for US products), which is added (for LONG trades) or subtracted (for SHORT trades) to a fixed 2.5% annual spread.

CFD Crypto-currencies

For cryptocurrencies we differentiate the financing fee between a long position (arrow up) and a short position (arrow down). For a long position the financing fee is 20% of your total Trade Size on an annual basis for Bitcoin, and 25% of your total Trade Size on an annual basis for the other cryptocurrencies. For short positions no financing fee is charged:

CFD Crypto-currency               Long position                    Short position

Bitcoin                                                 20%                                            0%

Ethereum                                            25%                                            0%

Litecoin                                               25%                                            0%

Bitcoin Cash                                       25%                                            0%

Ripple                                                  25%                                            0%

Please note that these percentages are annual rates and are charged on the total Trade Size per position.

To explain the price for the Financing Fee in more detail, we would like to provide you with two examples:

Financing fee calculation – example

Say, you invest £100 in Vodafone with a Multiplier of 5, which means the Trade Size is £500. We will charge you a daily interest rate for this £500 which we call the financing fee.

The financing fee is always charged per day. Say that Local Interest rate or Eonia for a European product is at that moment 0.2%, this means you will pay an annual interest rate of 2.7% (0.2% + 2.5%). We will always calculate this back to a period of 1 day. The interest rate will subsequently be applied to the £500 and then rounded up with a plurality of £0.01. In this example, this means you will be charged a daily financing fee of £0.04.

Financing fee calculation for CFD crypto-currencies – example

Say, you open a long position (arrow up) with an investment of £100 in Ethereum with a Multiplier of 2, which means the Trade Size is £200. For cryptocurrencies we will charge you a fixed percentage of 25% on an annual basis for the £200.

The financing fee is always charged per day. For a long position in Ethereum this percentage is 25% which we will calculate back to a period of 1 day. The interest rate will subsequently be applied to the £200 and then rounded up with a plurality of £0.01. In this example, this means you will be charged a daily financing fee of £0.14.

For a short position (arrow down) there is no financing fee for cryptocurrencies so you are not charged a financing fee.

The calculation of the financing fee is dependent on the type of investment that you are doing. We have some further examples in our support site FAQ here

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