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Why Spread Betting is

an excellent training ground for trading

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Absolutely, and in my opinion it's the best training ground because initial trades can be kept small. Plus, many different products can be traded from the one simple account.

Successful trading is as much about experience as anything else, experience of the markets and how they work and experience of the psychological aspect of the game which is equally if not more important.

For example, if you've just had a very profitable week you'll no doubt look forward to the following week and be optimistic about your abilities. But if this week has been dreadful and full of losses your mental state is probably going to be markedly different. This is the psychological aspect of the of the markets and trading and its effects can't be discounted.

Finally, my advice as always when starting out is to keep your trades small so if you make a load of mistakes the losses won't be a problem to handle.

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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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