LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, Jun 10 (MARKET WIRE) —
On the day that the Prime Minister has warned of unavoidable cuts to
tackle the budget deficit caused by recession, one area that has defied
the current economic trend is spread betting. To capitalise on this
increase, Tradefair, one of the leading spread betting platforms for
private investors, have launched a promotion to entice new customers to
try their service.
In order to qualify for the credit offer, customers simply need to apply
for an account with Tradefair, deposit GBP 100 into it and place five
bets (not on shares). Tradefair will then match the first initial deposit
value up to a maximum of GBP 100.
The practice of spread betting – speculating on the outcome of an event
rather than on a simple ‘win or lose’ result – has been growing in
popularity in the UK amongst both city traders and, crucially, smaller
A spokesperson for Tradefair said today “Private individuals spread
betting in the UK on the stock markets are playing a fast-growing role in
the global business of foreign exchange and Tradefair are looking to
entice people to try out our platform to place their bets.”
“We provide an unparalleled level of service, advice and information
through our trading platform and are now offering new customers a sign-up
bonus of up to GBP 100 plus a Little Black Book of easily digestible
spread betting information to set you up in your trading career.”
Tradefair Spreads is the home of one of the most simple and intuitive
spread betting platforms on which to trade.
Tradefair is funded by and is part of Betfair, the world’s largest
internet betting exchange. The Tradefair Spreads platform allows bettors
to speculate on the movement of stocks and shares through the ‘buying’
and ‘selling’ of derivatives.
For more information please visit http://www.tradefair.com.
Spread betting carries a high level of risk and you can lose more than
your initial deposit, so you should ensure spread betting meets your
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