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Some excellent trading and investing books
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I have flicked through a few related directly to Spread Betting but haven't seen any good ones, most if not all of them just explain the mechanics, how it works and what it can do etc.

But Spread Betting is just another form of trading and so check out some of the following books. Both 'The Money Game' and 'The Art of Speculation' were written over 50 years ago but they are as valid now as they were then.

This proves the markets and investing/trading are as much about human emotion and human nature as anything else, and emotions and nature rarely change.

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There are good spread bet brokers and there are bad ones.

Having a good broker won't guarantee you profits but a bad broker will probably lead to losses as a combination of their gamesmanship and suspect software takes its financial toll.

So who do I recommend?

Simple, the 2 brokers I personally use for my own spread betting (and I've used them for years) -

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