Financial Spreads Suggests that Most UK Residents Already Have a Trade on EU Referendum

Financial Spreads has written to clients reminding them of another reason of why they might not want to trade the referendum.

Online PR News – 23-June-2016 – London – Financial Spreads has written to clients reminding them of another reason of why they might not want to trade the referendum.

According to Adam Jepsen, the founder of, "It is important to remember that from a 'pure risk' point of view, most of us have an inherent trade on the referendum."

"Irrespective of any personal views, there is a financial risk."

Financial Spreads, has already written to clients warning them of the difficulty of trading the potentially extreme volatility.

The company has also temporarily increased margins, i.e. increased the funds that clients need to deposit in order to trade.

Jepsen explained the risk, "Put simply, the bookmakers suggest there is a 70% chance the UK will 'Remain' and a 35% chance that the UK will 'Leave' the European Union. (The extra 5% is the bookmakers' profit margin).

"The UK leaving the EU may not result in Great Depression II that George Osborne has forecast. Having said that, there are many predicting a prolonged downturn if the UK does vote to Leave.

"If, for the sake of argument, there's a 35% chance the UK will Leave and a 30% chance of the doomsayers being correct then there's currently a 10% of a prolonged downturn".

"That's a big percentage and an inherent trade.

"In a way, it doesn't matter if there's a 10%, 30% or 50% chance of the doomsayers being correct.

"What we are tying to remind investors of is that there is a risk of:

"a) The UK voting to leave, and
"b) The doomsayers being, to a degree, correct.

"Therefore there is a risk on the table."

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