Seeking Investment Returns Without Already Being Rich

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For many people, investment seems like a faraway activity, almost imaginary. Something practiced by the Monopoly Man and his friends, not the average person. And while there are reliable strategies by which normal people with normal income can invest in stocks and bonds, these portfolios will not be built quickly.

Because of the way investment returns and compounding work, the people who make the most money at investment are those who are already rich. It may take the average person decades to reach that sort of “cruising altitude” if it’s an achievable goal at all.

For people who want to invest, reach important financial goals, or simply have more income in the day to day, traditional investment may not serve these needs. However, old fashioned investment forms like stock market trading aren’t the only ways to make money grow by picking stocks, bonds, currencies, etc. Turns out, something called spread betting may be the world’s most accessible investment form for people who don’t already have a lot of money.

What is spread betting? It’s a way of making financial speculations about the way various financial products are going to change in price, over specific periods of time. One of main differences between spread betting and equity investing, though, is that with spread betting the investor doesn’t actually own the products they’re betting upon. Instead, the spread bettor invests in himself, taking the time to learn about all of the factors which influence prices to change. Thus equipped, they will be able to predict value changes with some accuracy.

Let’s get more specific. If you want to start making money out of your knowledge about one or more stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities, etc., all you have to do is make an account with a spread betting service like ETX Capital. Once you’re into your account you’ll be able to use demo functionality to learn how spread betting contracts work. You’ll be able to test your predictions against the way values change in the real world in real time. You’ll see how much money you would have made if the contract had involved real cash. You’ll see how much you’d lose if the value didn’t change the way you thought it would.

Once you’re able to use the interface without confusion, and once you’ve narrowed in on one or more financial entities that you know a great deal about, you’re ready to make your initial deposit and start seeking out juicy returns.

When you make your first contract, you’ll pick the thing you’re betting on (securities, currencies, whatever). You’ll choose how much money you want to risk on your prediction. You’ll choose whether you think the price will rise or fall. Finally, you’ll choose a period of time, the end of which will mark the end of your contract. When time is called, the value that is displayed will determine what happens to you money. If the value changed as you predicted beyond a threshold, you’ll get returns in proportion to how much the price changed in your favor. If it went the other way, you’ll stand to lose your initial investment. If the value stayed the same or between the “spread” you’ll just get your money back.

Because spread betting can be started with such a small initial investment, you’ll be able to start getting meaningful returns with minimal startup capital. With time and experience you’ll be able to save for retirement, make important personal investments, pay down debt, or simply have a nice second income. Spread betting takes time to learn and master, but once you get the hang of it you’ll have specialized market knowledge that will make you a better investor for life.



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