The recent global economic crisis has seemed to narrow one's access to stock investments, steering those with limited funds clear from dreadfully volatile market highs and lows. Today's times seem to deny traders from committing to long-term investments that may only eventually yield to losses. A more rational move today is to engage in short-term trades and minimize losses by staking little, if at all, personal funds. But can one really gain by gambling a few eggs and putting them tentatively in many different proverbial baskets?During these times when traditional businesses offer only meagre hopes at ever attaining success, Financial Betting may be a good option towards your financial freedom.
Through a wagering system called financial Betting, a person is allowed to engage in the activity of buying and selling shares of stock without having to own them. In other words, during the most opportune moment, Financial Betting allows a trader to wager on the direction towards which the value of these shares of stock, commodities, currencies, and other similar financial products are heading. The Financial Betting trader will necessarily have to diligently "follow" a certain stock share or commodity or team (in the case of sports Financial Betting) to make a good wager.
A number of Financial Betting companies exist in the market today. Their role in the industry is to forecast the standing of a share or other financial product at a point in the future. A trader registered with a financial Betting company makes the final decision as to whether he believes the value of such stock or other financial product will move higher or lower. That same trader will place his wager according to this "hunch". This way, the trader has no need to purchase the shares of stock but simply "bet" on whether it's going to go higher or lower in value. Financial Betting companies also offer safeguards such as guaranteed stop loss limits in the unfortunate case of the trader making an incorrect judgement or uncontrollable losing direction on stocks or markets.
Apart from investing only a meagre amount in financial Betting, profits that these traders make are tax- and duty-free. Why? The answer is largely because the transaction is in essence, a wager or bet, and not an actual investment. In the case of sports-related spread-betting where you wager on the team you think will be victorious at no more than a 4-point spread (or more or less), there is no investment or business involved. In essence, it is a gambling or sorts, but a kind of gambling that is regulated by a financial board. This is the reason Financial Betting spread like wildfire across the UK because it allowed huge profits at such small investment amounts and as a bonus, freedom from duties and taxes.
The question as to whether Financial Betting is gambling or not remains to be answered. Traditional investors would readily say that financial Betting is obviously gambling. However, for a person who would like to try his shots at the stock market but has very limited funds to afford actual trade, financial Betting is the obvious alternative. In essence, the two are similar. The only different difference between buying a share and betting on the most-likely direction or movement of the share price is that one needs much more disposable funds to buy the share. The costs of buying a share are much higher than placing a bet.
Financial Betting, to conclude, is not fit for long-term investment. However, it will allow individuals with minimal funds to cash in on huge profits that he does not have access to in an ordinary stock trading scenario. It is a venue by which one earns a chance at gaining his lifelong dream of financial freedom.