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Both Daily Two Cents and Writedge have talented writers, which means the posts are of great quality. While Daily Two Cents and Writedge are fairly new and may not be ranking as high as they could be at the moment I feel that in time they will be up there with the big guys. DailyFinance Portfolio is complete with extra feature, like interactive charts and stock market news, which help you stay on top of your portfolio performance. Follow leading global market indicators as well as the individual securities moving the U.S. markets.

Use interactive charts to track the current and historical performance of investments and easily compare against peers and market benchmarks. After initial screen load, stock price and market data automatically refreshes every 30 seconds; intraday charts and market news headlines refresh every 2 minutes. There may be instances when a Daily Financing Fee is charged to you on short positions, rather than paid to you. This information is available in the Market Information sheets for each market.Daily Finance

The daily financing fee will be applied to your account each day that you hold an open position (including weekend days). FX positions: Daily financing for currency Daily Funded Trades (DFTs) is calculated by using one-day interest-rate differentials for the two currencies concerned. We then apply the market rate premium (or discount), together with our overnight charge – which has a minimum or maximum amount.

These vary by market; for UK and most European equities the charge is 0.1% of the consideration, for most US equities it is 0.15% and for most Asian equities it is 0.2%. Our minimum commission rates are £10, $25 or €25. You can access these via your trading platform – look for the icon next to the name of the contract in the market search results. You are effectively ‘borrowing’ the remainder of the deposit and this creates the need for a daily financing charge. There is a 1% stamp duty charge for these; however this will be refunded if you hold the position for less than 30 days.

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