Spread betting is an alternative to conventional trading that enables users to speculate on rising as well as falling
market prices. Spread betting became one of the major global growth markets since the financial crisis of 2008. The
reasons for this rise in popularity include preferential tax treatment, low entry and transaction costs, favorable
conversion rates, wider bid offer spreads and less
While spread betting offers the opportunity for good profits, it also carries considerable risks. To minimize risk, experienced financial institutions and individual speculators use advanced mathematical models to devise optimal trading strategies. In order to take advantage of the current market conditions, the analysis must happen in real-time.
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