PRLog - Jun. 21, 2012 - SOUTHWARK, U.K. -- Financial trading website Online-Spread-
Throughout 2011, the spread betting website has been working hard to improve the site. In January, they completely overhauled the design and house style of the site in order to make it more accessible and easier to navigate.
Later in the year, they introduced a huge range of company reviews for companies like ETX Capital. They have also added a series of spread betting guides. These guides focused on all areas of the financial spread betting markets, including stock market indices such as the FTSE 100 and the CAC 40, foreign exchange pairs such as GBPUSD and EURJPY, commodities such as Gold and Oil, as well as stocks and shares.
This new section, according to Head Editor Emma Franklin, is one which will help investors who are speculating on shares, regardless of where they are listed.
"We designed this section knowing that many spread bettors who speculate on equities do so across multiple stock markets; they are not just limited to one market. As a result, we felt that the majority of our readers wanted to get information on multiple markets in one place," she said.
"However, we realised that a lot of traders who are spread betting on shares also spread bet on the stock markets which they are listed upon," Franklin continued. "Naturally stocks and stock market indices are interlinked, which is why we decided to make sure that the new Spread Betting Shares News section covered both of them."
The section listed at http://www.online-
However Franklin was keen to stress the fact that Online-Spread-
"We already publish Daily Broker Tips, Market Analysis, Market Data and a Daily Spread Betting Blog. Online-Spread-
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Spread betting involves a high degree of risk to your capital and you can lose more than your stake. Please ensure that spread betting fits your investment needs as it might not be appropriate for all types of investor. Before you trade, make sure you fully appreciate all the risks and only speculate with capital that you can afford to lose. Obtain independent financial advice where necessary.