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Financial Spread Betting, calculated risk

Speculating on the rise or fall of the financial spread online


PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 12, 2013 - Financial Spread betting is the online trading worlds answer to Spread Betting (http://clkuk.tradedoubler.com/click?p=60494&a=2317515&g=17677240). The principles are the same with the difference being what you bet on. In this case you bet on the direction the market will take in relation to the indices and markets you have agreed on.

In Financial Spread Betting you base your strategy on speculating on the future movement of a financial market and the outcome of that event rather than a simple win or lose prediction. A loss or win is therefore calculated on a change to that spread (http://clkuk.tradedoubler.com/click?p=60494&a=2317515&g=17677240) and based on whether the outcome will be above or below it. As such you pay the difference between the starting price you open at and the closing price.

Financial Spread Betting comes in many guises and is versatile enough to be used on just about any stocks, indices or markets without having to physically buy the stock itself. The simplicity of Spread Betting is what makes it such a success in financial trading. There’s a fair bit of competition (http://mysocialtrader.com/trading-platforms/) too, which offers us a varied spread to work on. The size of the spread offered differs depending on the company that you trade with, so shop around before you commit.

Spread betting (http://www.etxpartners.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag...) is basically choosing a financial asset that has an offer (buy in price) and a bid (sell price) and the difference between these two figures is the spread. The size of the spread is measured in “pips”. Profit or loss comes from varying ranges of the spread (http://clkuk.tradedoubler.com/click?p=60494&a=2317515...)that is regularly updated on actual stock market performance. As such the profit or loss is made on the differences between these figures (new spread prices vs old spread prices).

Choosing Financial Spread Betting over more conventional trading offers you the opportunity to bet on downward movement of a stock as well as the upward movement.

At the moment Financial Spread Betting is exempt from Capital Gains Tax and Stamp Duty in the UK, but could change in the not too distant future. If unsure seek independent advice before trading.

NOTE: There are no guarantees on Spread Betting or other forms of trading and as such trading or betting on trades comes with an extremely high level of risk and could result in the loss of your investment. Trade responsibly



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