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Long position overnight fee

Long position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.026179 %
Charges from full value of position ($-52.36)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

Short position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee 0.003957 %
Charges from full value of position ($7.91)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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0.003957%
Overnight fee time 21:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 0.01
Currency USD
Margin 0.5%
Stock exchange United States of America
Commission on trade 0%

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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Apr 19, 2024 37973.0 245.6 0.65% 37727.4 38112.5 37235.4
Apr 18, 2024 37718.9 -38.5 -0.10% 37757.4 38088.2 37673.7
Apr 17, 2024 37762.9 -145.9 -0.38% 37908.8 38014.3 37605.8
Apr 16, 2024 37909.8 167.0 0.44% 37742.8 38034.4 37590.8
Apr 15, 2024 37744.8 -327.3 -0.86% 38072.1 38376.3 37656.6
Apr 14, 2024 38071.1 65.5 0.17% 38005.6 38106.1 37971.6
Apr 12, 2024 37961.2 -535.9 -1.39% 38497.1 38569.9 37868.9
Apr 11, 2024 38495.6 118.5 0.31% 38377.1 38602.5 38199.9
Apr 10, 2024 38380.6 -527.8 -1.36% 38908.4 39027.9 38299.6
Apr 9, 2024 38908.9 3.5 0.01% 38905.4 38993.9 38561.3
Apr 8, 2024 38906.4 -54.2 -0.14% 38960.6 39012.9 38795.7
Apr 7, 2024 38962.1 -43.0 -0.11% 39005.1 39017.6 38951.1
Apr 5, 2024 38921.8 312.7 0.81% 38609.1 39054.6 38557.4
Apr 4, 2024 38609.6 -568.8 -1.45% 39178.4 39427.9 38558.1
Apr 3, 2024 39183.9 32.6 0.08% 39151.3 39312.5 39012.2
Apr 2, 2024 39151.8 -265.3 -0.67% 39417.1 39473.2 39046.5
Apr 1, 2024 39417.6 -562.9 -1.41% 39980.5 39981.5 39359.1
Mar 31, 2024 39980.0 81.5 0.20% 39898.5 39993.5 39894.5
Mar 28, 2024 39764.2 40.7 0.10% 39723.5 39867.2 39715.5
Mar 27, 2024 39723.0 332.8 0.84% 39390.2 39797.5 39385.7

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