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Best Spread Betting Explained Spread betting enables you to create speculations whether an asset price will rise or fall. Spread betting allows you to gamble everything from house prices and indices to commodities to shares. The amazing part of spread betting is being able to trade without you having to purchase the underlying asset. What you need to do is view the spread betting provider’s offered price, if the price will rise or fall. When it comes to the process of spread betting, it starts with an initial offer of a spread betting firm, consisting of a selling or bid price and a slightly higher buying or offer price. Let’s sat for example, the FTSE (Financial Times Stock Exchange) 100 stands at 4500, the spread betting firm will likely offer you a selling or bid price of 4498, and a buying or offer price of 4502. If you believe that the index will rise, you can “buy” for GBP 10.00/point at 4502, and for each point the FTSE 100 rises, you earn GBP 10.00. So if by the day’s closure the FTSE rises to 4522, you may close your bet and earn a profit of GBP 200.00 (4522-4502= 20 x GBP 10.00). In contrary, if you think that FTSE market will fall, then you sell at 4498. If you think it’s just quite a simple trade, you might check the risks and may lose out money fast too. So let’s just say for example, if you sell the FTSE 100 for GBP 10.00 per point at 4498, and it rises to a spread of 4520/4524, then you lose GBP 260.00. Since you can quickly lose money with the risks involved in spread betting, it is recommended to engage with a spread betting firm which can provide you some level of protection, allowing you to be able to eventually settle up using a “deposit margin”. In spread betting, a deposit margin is usually ten percent of the value of your bet, so the spread betting provider will demand more money if you exceed the deposit margin called “margin call”, and failure to come up with the amount allows your provider to close out your position at the current price. It is advisable to stop losses because you can go broke when you just rely on margin calls for controlling your losses.
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One of the advantages of spread betting is the tax break, because in UK, there are no taxes applied on betting profits, either stamp duty or even on capital gains. It is easy and simple to follow, and a cost-effective way to trade, because it doesn’t involve paying a fee every time you buy a share through a broker. A spread betting firm makes money from the difference between the selling and buying prices.The 10 Best Resources For Games