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REVEALED: Who will help you make money during the COVID-19 lockdown?

by , 29 May 2020
REVEALED: Who will help you make money during the COVID-19 lockdown?
Q. “Hi Trading Tips readers, Timon here…

I have an important question for you. As you might have noticed in the last week, we have undergone a few important renovations on our main website.

And so, I wanted to ask you…

Did you know that we have a one-page go-to-place where you can learn everything about who we are and what we have to offer you?

   
Our goal is to help you make money during these challenging times.
  
And while the COVID-19 lock-down continues and we approach level-3, I urge you RIGHT NOW to Bookmark this one page and get to know our analysts and experts…
 
Here’s an example of some of our trading services and how we have managed to make people money since the national lock-down began in March.
 
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Pickpocket Trader banked their members 425% gain from three winning trades in a row. Read more here
 
And that is why we want you to bookmark this page and get to know your analysts, mentors and experts by going to our new “ABOUT US” page by clicking here…  You can also get to hear from them every week in our free daily e-letter, Money Morning – so if you not subscribed you can join here.
 
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I would recommend Red Hot Storm Trader to anyone.”
 
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Q. “This question is regarding the BP plc trade idea that was sent from Pickpocket Trader.
  
Here are the following figures:
  
Entry: 3.16 GBP
  
Margin: 0.316 GBP
  
And when I went to Google to see the share price for BP Plc - I saw that the share price says it is 316 GBX.
  
Why are there three conflicting amounts with regards to the entry, the margin and the price that shows up on Google?
  
I am rather confused and very new at this”
 
The best way to answer this is by listing the three amounts and explain what they mean.  
  
Amount #1: Entry 3.16 GBP
 
This is the actual share price of what the BP Plc stock is trading at, on the London Stock Exchange.
 
Which in this case is at 3.16 GBP. (Great British Pounds)
 
When it comes to trading CFDs (Contracts for Difference), it’s important to note that, the CFD and the share price of BP Plc are the same.
 
Amount #2: Margin 0.316 GBP
 
As mentioned above, with Pickpocket Trader we trade using CFDs (Contracts for Difference) derivatives…
 
This is an instrument which allows you to pay LESS and be exposed to the FULL value of the share…
 
The margin stated in the email is the initial or required amount of money you’ll need to deposit in order to buy one CFD.
 
With the ProTrader platform, the margin is at 0.32 GBP.
 
This means, you’ll pay 32 pence which is 10 times less for the CFD in order to be exposed to the full value of the share…
 
Amount #3: 316 GBX on Google
 
What is interesting to note is that, Google prices all of the listed shares in cents or (in this case) pence.
 
And so, when you type in a share price you’ll see that it will reveal the value of the shares in cents of the underlying currency the stock is listed under.
 
With BP Plc, we know that it is listed on the London Stock Exchange. And so the price of the share will be shown as 316 GBX or 316 Great British Pence.
 
GBX is the currency abbreviation used when prices are quoted in pence.
 
GBP is the currency abbreviation used when prices are quoted in pounds.
  
In conclusion, we can sum up the three amounts to clear the confusion:
 
Amount #1: Entry 3.16 GBP
 
This is the share price, which is also the CFD price, of the stock in Great British Pounds. Which in this case is 3.16 pounds.
 
Amount #2: Margin 0.316 GBP
 
This is the amount you’ll pay for one CFD in pounds in order to be exposed to the full value of the share. Which in this case is 0.316 pounds per one CFD.
 
Amount #3: 316 GBX on Google
 
This is the share price amount that is quoted in pence rather than pounds. Which in this case is 316 pence.  
    
Trade well,
Timon Rossolimos,
Analyst, Red Hot Storm Trader
 
PS:
 
Dear Struggling trader…
Let me guess…
 
You’ve tried learning how to trade – but not getting anywhere.
 
You’ve bought the best trading courses – and still struggle to pull the trigger.
 
You’ve watched hours of trading videos and read a ton of articles – and yet your portfolio is still in the negative.
 
You’ve reached the point where you’re tired of lacking the confidence and feel completely unsatisfied with how your trading career is going...
 
If you can relate…
 


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