Publishing Offers Timely Journal: An Expert Guide to Spread Betting the Financial Markets

Re-written by a trio of seasoned traders, the guide to spread betting is an invaluable resource for traders and investors of all levels.

Online PR News – 12-April-2010 – – London, This re-written UK-published guide will teach traders techniques that allow for success in trading and investing in both bull and bear markets. It combines detailed reference information with the author's advice on the best spread betting strategies and tactics.

A snapshot of the revamped spread betting course outline is presented below:

- Basics of Binary and Financial Spread Betting; what they are, where they are traded and how they are priced.

- Mechanics of Binary and Spread Betting; the nitty gritty details of creating an account, monitoring prices and charts, taking positions and everything you need to know to get started.

- Advanced Strategies and Techniques to Enhance Your Trading Psychology and Performance.

- Glossary Section explains the Jargon surrounding Spreadbets.

- The Risks and Secrets of Short Selling.

- Comparisons and Reviews of Platforms and Providers that Offer Spread Betting.

- Daily News and Background Data on Tax and Spread Betting Industry Developments.

- Frequently Asked Spreadbetting Questions and Answers.

As a publication devoted to educating traders and personal investors, remains the primary go-to resource for successfully navigating the continuously changing spread betting marketplace.

Readers also have the opportunity to ask professional educator and trader Andy Richardson everything they want to know about financial spread betting and stock market trading. Whether you're interested in technical analysis, money management, or trading plans, you'll get insightful answers from a leading market educator and active professional trader.

"Tired of a spread betting industry saturated by quick fix gimmicks and expensive seminars and trading systems, I founded to provide 'genuine' education and independent information to stock market traders and spread betting enthusiasts who have become disillusioned by the market for one reason or another."

About Spread Betting: Spread trading or spread betting as it is commonly referred to in the United Kingdom is a way of trading on a financial asset or instrument, such as a stock or a commodity, without having to physically own it. Traders 'bet' on whether the price of a financial asset will go up or down in value. For every point the asset moves in their favour they win multiples of their staked amount, and for every point it moves against them they lose multiples.

With financial spread trading, you could trade Apple shares, the Dow Jones, German bond futures and the euro/gbp rate on the same screen. And you could do so without having to risk more than a few hundred pounds. As a tax-efficient way for investors to trade the markets, it's hard to beat. Spread betting is traded on margin which means that traders need to advance only a fraction (say 10% or less for liquid shares) of the value of the contracts they buy or sell, meaning they are able to get exposure to a much broader spectrum of shares for the same amount of capital.

About the Author: Andy Richardson is an experienced trader specialising in short to medium-term technical tax-efficient trading strategies. He is the founder of, a website dedicated to free trader education and discussion.

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