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Why Volume Matters when Trading FX -

Monday, June 24, 2013

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Bet on Indices -

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

How to use Technical Analysis? -

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Money and Trading – How Much To Invest? -

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What is Technical Analysis? -

Thursday, April 11, 2013

How to Set your Stop Loss? -

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Bet on Forex -

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  • Spread Betting Tips

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    By definition, spread betting is a type of financial instrument which allow a person to trade on the price movements of financial assets. These assets can include currency pairs, commodities, market indices and stocks. Regardless of whether the market is rising or falling, spread betting allows you to capitalize on these price movements. You will comes across 2 prices, bid and offer price, when you are spread betting. Looking for a new forex broker? Try alpari.com For example, you are quoted a bid price of $100 and an off price of $103 for an underlying stock. Let’s assume that you…

  • What’s Behind the Rise of SpreadBetting?

    the rise of spreadbetting

    Over the last few years, the UK’s financial markets have seen several major changes. One such change is the introduction of financial spread betting onto the financial trading scene. Spread betting differs from traditional investment strategies in the sense that traders are not investing in the actual underlying asset but rather on a derivative of the asset. In other words, the trader do not get to own asset which they are investing in. Yet despite the absence of the ownership element in spread betting, it has been gaining favours among many retail traders. There are several reasons for this increasing…

  • Tips To Build a Successful Spread Betting Career

    successful spread betting

      Spread betting is a simple way of gaining profit from the fluctuating (rise and fall) prices in different markets including indices, shares, commodities and currencies. It is growing in popularity because the potential returns are very much higher than traditional broking accounts. You just need a small deposit to maintain your position in the financial market and all the consequential profits are tax-free. Even though spread betting gives you an opportunity to trade in different financial markets for achieving significant profits, but losses too have to be considered. Therefore, it is vital to handle spread betting sensibly. Tips to…

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Financial Spread Betting – What is it?

financial spread betting

Financial spread betting offers both beginners and seasoned traders a way to speculate on the asset of their choice in a fun, quick and enjoyable manner. It has replaced the traditional forms of investing and has provided a low cost method to trading normal shares, commodities, indices, bonds and much more in a safe and flexible environment. There are many advantages to financial spread betting, here are just a few to help get started. Tax Free Profits – Any profits gained through spread betting are free of capital gains tax. (please check the laws in your specific country) No Commissions…

May 20, 2013

Learn CFD Trading

CFD trading

When you first open an account you may be confused about which type to choose from, be it spread betting, cfds or forex. The best thing to do is to choose one according to your own specific circumstances, for instance the country you’re from and the type of trading you want to implement. Ideally, your broker will be best fit to decide this for you, so it is worthwhile seeking their advice when it comes to choosing an account. Always have a read through the terms and conditions. If you decide to take a bonus, make sure you understand and…

Apr 21, 2013

What Is Spread Betting?

With Spread Betting you pay no capital gains tax unlike trading shares. That alone is a great reason to spread bet. This type of trading can be extremely profitable if you learn how to do it correctly. That's why you're going back to school. Welcome to the school of spread betting and CFD's.

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Why Volume Matters when Trading FX

How to use Technical Analysis?

Money and Trading – How Much To Invest?

How to Set your Stop Loss?

What is your Trading Edge?

Bet on Forex

Sports Spreadbetting – How to Bet on Sports

Financial Spread Betting – What is it?

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Investing in Commodities

Playing an important role in the global economy, commodities are natural resources which are used as inputs for the manufacture of goods. They can be classified as “hard” or “soft” commodities. Hard commodities are those resources which have to be mined or extracted from the earth such as gold or iron ore. Soft commodities are usually agricultural produces or livestock. Examples of soft commodities include coffee, soya beans and pork. Although commodities can be traded as physical products, because of their volume and bulkiness, they are primarily traded as futures contracts on the commodities market. Today, there are around 100…

Learn CFD Trading

When you first open an account you may be confused about which type to choose from, be it spread betting, cfds or forex. The best thing to do is to choose one according to your own specific circumstances, for instance the country you’re from and the type of trading you want to implement. Ideally, your broker will be best fit to decide this for you, so it is worthwhile seeking their advice when it comes to choosing an account. Always have a read through the terms and conditions. If you decide to take a bonus, make sure you understand and…

What is a CFD?

  A CFD is a contract for difference, an agreement between a buyer and a seller, to exchange the difference between the price paid for a contract and the price sold. CFDs come in a range of different products for example indices, currencies/fx, commodities and stocks. A CFD is a derivative, meaning its a product whose price derives from the underlying asset. There are tens of thousands of products to trade, allowing you to speculate on the future price movements of your favorite assets. Because you don’t actually own the underlying asset, one of the key features to CFDs is…