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Only spreadbet with money you can afford to lose!
I know it’s obvious, but surprisingly, a lot of spreadbetters either forget or don’t understand the type of spread bet account they have signed up for. Losing money that you cannot afford to lose will not make you feel good.
Disclaimer and Risk Warning
Neither the publisher or author of this manual accepts responsibility, liability or losses incurred as a consequence of use or misuse of the information contained. The information is accurate to the best of the author and publisher’s knowledge. Betting on financial markets is speculative and you should never bet with money you cannot afford to lose. If you buy and sell shares, you might have something left no-matter what, but with spread betting you can lose your shirt, vest and underpants if you aren’t careful!
Nothing within the website is, or shall be deemed to constitute, financial or other advice or a recommendation to purchase any product or service. Any and all information provided within the website is for general information purposes only. We strongly recommend that independent professional advice is obtained before you purchase any product and/or service via a website. Spread betting is a leveraged product and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. It may not be suitable for everyone and you should ensure you fully understand the risks involved.
The author does not provide no support or advice. In other words the articles and spread betting information provided on this site is given as a personal opinion! We each take responsibility for our own investment decisions. I certainly do. So should you. If I follow someone into a stock they mentioned, and it goes wrong, that’s my fault. Always. So be prepared to analyse, assess, and take responsibility for our own decisions!
As the great Marc Rivalland once said: ‘If you are ready to blame anyone else for your losses, you shouldn’t be trading the markets.’
No liability from any loss that may arise from following the postings or opinions given on this site. You make your own decisions. Remember that financial betting is considered a high risk activity. Although it is possible to make a great deal of money it is also possible to lose it. However, if you know that you’re susceptible to ‘addiction’ then it’s probably wise to avoid the well known drugs and gambling/spread betting/day trading!