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Finspreads

December 19, 2012 09:57 ET

Finspreads Aims to Bring Spread Betting to the Masses

LONDON--(Marketwire - Dec 19, 2012) - Finspreads -- Could you accurately define the following examples of trading terminology?

Leverage. Margin. Spreads. Forex. Stop Loss. Technical Analysis.

If the answer is no, Finspreads could be the best place to learn.

Finspreads is a back-to-basics trading platform that aims to bring the often confusing world of trading the financial markets to a wider audience, clearing up the jargon and teaching the fundamentals along the way.

Accounts for Everyone

There's a range of accounts to suit all types of trader with Finspreads. If you're absolutely new to the game, the beginners account is for you. You'll get the chance to trade popular markets like the FTSE 100 and Wall Street Indices with a stake size from just 10p per point. This means you'll not be exposed to as much risk as you would with larger stake sizes, giving you the space to trade and learn at the same time.

For more advanced traders, there's the Standard account. This account allows you to trade from 50p per point, and opens the range of markets available up a little bit, allowing you to take position on shares too.

And if you're really nervous about making a loss, there's the Limited Risk Account. This account is a safety net for beginners, and enforces a Guaranteed Stop Loss on every trade, meaning you'll never lose more than your initial deposit, which is a key risk of leveraged trading such as spread betting.

New traders, new site

The new Finspreads website launched just a few weeks ago and it could be the ideal place for beginners to perfect their game.

There's a range of user friendly guides and video animations to ease you into this confusing new world, so check out Finspreads today and open an account that best suits your level of experience.

Trading doesn't have to be difficult, and with Finspreads it just got that little bit easier.

Spread betting carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment and may not be suitable for all investors. Ensure you fully understand the risks involved and seek independent advice if necessary.