Stop Making Excuses and Start Making Money Trading Markets

Its sometimes easy to get caught up in the negative headlines about how badly the economy is doing and all the problems in the Eurozone, yet the truth is as a Financial Trader these are glorious times and I see massive opportunities especially in the stockmarket. Against the doom many shares are hitting new all-time highs with areas such as Biotech, Technology and well known consumer products names.

Vince Stanzione says stop making excuses and start making money trading financial markets, financial spread betting offers ways to profit in all markets

You too could be making an extra income trading markets 15 to 20 minutes a day. Whether you’re a complete beginner or you trade the financial markets already, I’m certain I can help you make more money and give you an unfair advantage … REGARDLESS of market conditions.

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How I Made 2 Million Dollars In The Stock Market

 

Here is a clip from Making Money From Financial Spread Trading DVD2 by Vince Stanzione where he explains more about the box system from the classic Nick Darvas book How I Made 2 Million Dollars in the Stock Market. If you’re looking for a way to profit from up and down stock prices, shares, FX, Commodities then this classic trend trading system may be for you.

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Best and Worst Financial Spread Betting Markets so far 2012

So far this year Soyabean Meal and Soyabeans have been the top two markets. Whilst spread betting commodities may seem difficult in reality it’s not that hard at all. Most major spread betting companies like IG Index or City Index will allow you to place bets and normally starting with fairly small stakes. On the short side (remember we can bet to go down as well) Coffee prices and Natural Gas have been the best shorts.

I cover how to spread bet commodities in my course Making Money from Financial Spread Trading which has a 5 Start rating on Amazon.co.uk or click here www.winonmarkets.net to read more and order.

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Vince Stanzione Making Money Financial Spread Trading 2012 Course

The New 2012 edition for making money from financial spread trading financial spread betting has just been launched, Vince Stanzione explains a bit more about how he trades and the lifestyle you can achieve from trading financial markets both going up and down.SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRE Vince Stanzione amassed a fortune and a jet-set life on the Mediterranean by gambling on stock market price movements over the internet. And now he shares the secrets of his system, insisting that it’s so simple, anyone can do it.

 

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Millionaire Trader Shares Money Making Secrets – Independent Newspaper

Vince Stanzione and Making Money From Financial Spread Trading featured in today’s Independent Newspaper. Clipping for The Independent Newspaper Business Franchise Section 26th July 2011 – Page 32.

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Vince Stanzione Financial Spread Trading Independent 26/7/11 Page 32

SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRE Vince Stanzione amassed a fortune and a jet-set life on the Mediterranean by gambling on stock market price movements over the internet. And now he shares the secrets of his system, insisting that it’s so simple, anyone can do it.

“Stock market traders like to build a mystique around what they do, hiding it all behind jargon to keep people out,” says Stanzione. “Phrases such as ‘spread betting’ and ‘gambling on price movements’ can initially be off-putting … but what lies behind them can be easy to learn and accessible to anyone with a modicum of common sense and a determination to earn more from their money than the miserable rates offered by today’s savings accounts.”

“You need to put aside a few stereotypes,” he continues. “This is not the world of hot-headed youths storming through the city yelling “sell”. In fact, I see a lot of interest among the 55+ age group and many retired people who’ve become fed up with seeing almost no return on their savings.”

Stanzione has turned the system that made his fortune into a personal training package called ‘Making Money From Financial Spread Trading’. Consisting

Trading’. Consisting of a workbook, two DVDs, a dedicated members-only website and full support, the package covers both spread trading and conventional sharedealing and, importantly in these unpredictable times, shows how money can be made from shares going down, and even sideways, as well as up.

“The package is designed for people with little or no experience,” says Stanzione. “I’ve demystified everything, I take students through it step by step and I provide a dummy account to practice on, all within the package. You start by studying, then you try a few small bets and work up from there at your own speed.”

you try a few small bets and work up from there at your own speed.”

“Typically, students spend around 30 minutes a day and can do it from anywhere. In fact, we’re seeing more and more people trading on their mobile phones and iPads, often as a sideline to their main job.”

The system is adaptable to different markets, such as commodities, shares, currencies and indices. “Trading trends are like fashions: they change regularly and you need to go with them. At the moment we’re seeing a lot of interest in commodities such as oil, silver, gold and coffee, which can all be traded through the programme.”

Another old trading stereotype to dismiss is the idea of “betting your shirt” on a single idea. “This is the stuff of movies. You don’t have to make money from every trade,” counsels Stanzione. “In fact, that would be very unusual. You don’t even have to make a profit from the majority of your trades. If you lose a little on eight but do well on two, you’ve sensibly spread your risk and come out in profit, which is how any prudent investor works. And you don’t ‘bet’ large amounts on a whim. If you think something’s good, invest a small amount to test the water and then go for a bigger amount if you’re happy with the result.”

Of course, there are no guarantees of a return but learning from an expert greatly improves the odds, and trading with a financial spread bet has the added attraction that profits are tax-free. Would-be traders can start with as little as £1000.

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Sunday Express 11th July 2011 Vince Stanzione Review

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Making a Fortune by playing the System.

MILLIONAIRE Vince Stanzione made his fortune from spread betting on the stock-market, turning his talents for predicting trends into an effective trading system.
Now he is teaching others to do the same through his product ‘Making Money From Financial Spread Trading,
He said: “We have been seeing a lot of interest from people in the over 55 age group and many who are retired and looking to increase their income by trading while savings interest rates are so low. In spite of having little or no previous investment experience they are doing really well and have proved to be excellent students.
“We are also seeing more people trading on their mobile phones and iPads, often as a sideline to their business or main job. There has been a lot of interest in commodities such as oil, gold, silver, corn, cotton and sugar in the last few months, which can all be traded through the programme.”
The Making Money From Financial Spread Trading package comes with a workbook, two DVDs a dedicated members internet site and full support.
Mr Stanzione explained: “It can be used for spread betting or regular share dealing and it shows you how to profit from makes going down as well as up. You learn to work to a system and become quite disciplined. We also provide you with a virtual account that allows you to practice before trying the real thing. It’s delivered in a simple and very informal style, me talking to you, and the programme is suitable for beginners as well as those with some previous experience.

Information: www.fintrader.net

Best and Worst ETFs Year to Day

Regular readers will know I like Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) which give you an easy way to back sectors, indices, commodities, bonds and currencies. As well as buying ETFs via a broker outright many ETFs can be traded via a spread bet both long and short. You can also buy put and calls on may ETFs giving you a way to leverage your exposure. Below are a list of the best and worst ETFs so far this year. As you can see many of the best ETFs have been those based on commodities.

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Vince Stanzione Spread Betting Expert for Growth Company Investor

Norway is rich in resources – particularly oil and gas. In this article, Vince Stanzione explores the Nordic country in more detailVince Stanzione says invest in Norway

Norway is a small country with a population of about 4.8 million bordered by Sweden, Finland and Russia. You don’t hear much about this country apart from maybe the Eurovision song contest which they won in 2009 and hosted in 2010 or around Christmas time when Norway sends a Christmas tree to the UK as thank you for the help that British army gave Norway in the second world war, but don’t be fooled by this quiet county it is a commodities rich powerhouse.

Norway’s fortunes turned when oil was discovered in the North Sea in the late 1960s. Today Norway is the third largest exporter of natural gas, the fourth largest exporter of oil and the second largest exporter of fish in the world. The country consistently ranks high in many global rankings, such as Global Competitiveness Index, Human Development Index and its population have one of the highest living standards in the world with top healthcare and schools. The unemployment rate currently stands at 3.5% the lowest in the OECD.

Some of the reasons to invest in Norway are:

  1. Norway is a surplus country. The budget surplus last year was 11% of its GDP. The Norwegian Krone is in my view the world’s safest currency. Whilst Norway has a good relationships with Europe it is not part of the European Union and nor will they ever join. Norway’s interest rates are currently 2% and are decided by its own central bank, the Norges Bank.
  2. Oil and natural gas accounts for about 25% of the GDP. With oil back near $100 nobody is complaining in Norway. Surplus oil revenue is saved into a sovereign wealth fund that is the second largest in the world with assets of over NOK 2.1 Trillion. Unlike the UK Norway did not squander its petroleum wealth by wasteful spending.  The Norwegian government still owns 67% of Statoil (NYSE:STO)
  3. Sound banking system. Norwegian banks are highly regulated and did not get involved heavily in the sub-prime mess. The banking industry also represents just 2% of the country’s GDP (take note Ireland). The largest bank Dnb Nor is 34% government owned and bank customers also own a large share.

One company which stands out and I have been buying is fertilizer and chemical maker Yara International (listed in Oslo: YAR) and is also available as a spread bet with most firms. The Norwegian government own 36%. The company was founded in 1905 as Norsk Hydo and then Yara was demerged in 2004. Yara is the number 1 in Ammonia, Nitrates and NPK complex fertilizer the company stands to benefit from higher prices. Yara is on a P/E of 11 which is much lower than its US listed peers. Whilst the shares gained 40% in 2010 they are still 30% off the 2008 highs.

Global X FTSE 30 Norway ETF (NYSE: NORW)
Global X recently launched an ETF to tracks the  FTSE Norway 30 Index. Companies that make up the index include Statoil ASA, 18.82%, DnB NOR ASA, 13.58%, Telenor ASA, 10.76%, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. 6%, Yara International, 5.86%, Seadrill Ltd., 5.71%, Norsk Hydro, 5.31% and  Orkla ASA, 4.48%

You can also look at the OBXEXACT:NO which is the Norway Index ETF listed in Norway in Norweign Krone

If you’re looking for 100% overnight, then Norway is not for you but if you’re looking for a 10% to 12% a year return in a fairly safe environment then Norway could be for you. Statoil (NYSE:STO) is currently paying a near 4% dividend and I look for a year end price of $27 giving you a 20% return.

Vince Stanzione has produced a home-study course to teach private investors how to benefit from trading financial spread bets and fixed odds. For more details visit www.fintrader.net

Advantages of Financial Spread Betting

Financial Spread Betting has been available for over 30 years however in the last 10 years its popularity has really exploded. Tens of thousands of retail investors everywhere from the UK and Europe, to Australia and South Africa trade shares, currencies, bonds and commodities on the financial stock markets daily. Here are some of the reasons why it has become so popular.

Tax Free in UK

Unlike traditional share dealing, you pay no taxes on your profits. They are not considered profits under tax laws, but a winning bet, and as such Capital Gains Tax does not apply. The transactions also involve no stamp duty, as the underlying share or commodity is never actually purchased – it’s just a bet on whether or not the value will rise or fall.

No fees or commission

Spread-betting companies don’t charge commissions or brokerage fees. They include all costs in their spread. The last few years competition has become fierce with spread as low as 1 point.

Profit from rising or falling markets

One of the biggest advantages of spread betting is that it doesn’t matter in which direction the market is going – you can still make money. A profit can be made in a falling market as well as in a rising one. Also with fixed odds bets you can also profit from a range or dull market effectively betting on a market to do nothing.

Trade on Margin

Spread betting is leveraged, which means you only need to bet a small percentage of the value of your trades.  You can make the bet using a fraction of the money it would require if you wanted to buy the actual shares from a stockbroker. This is also known as gearing.  You can also choose the size of your stake, often much smaller than would be the case if you were speculating on the underlying market.

Wide Range of Markets

You can access thousands of markets from one account stock Indices, currencies, bonds commodities, shares or even, in some cases, house prices. Most Financial Bookmakers allow you to trade directly from a website without the need to download any additional software.

24 hour access

Some spread betting companies are open 24 hours a day from Sunday night to Friday night. This allows trading in hours even when underlying markets are closed. Dealing can be done online or by phone. You can now also trade with your mobile phone or smartphone including apps that are available for the Iphone, Ipad and Blackberry devices, so you can trade whenever or wherever is convenient for you.

Control your losses

You can set limits on the losses you are prepared to take. These are known as Stop Losses, or Limit Orders. They offer protection against massive losses if the market moves against you. Also most Financial Bookmakers offer Controlled Risk Bets (CRBs) meaning that even if a stop cannot be filled in the underlying market you would still be protected.

Hedging

Spread-betting can be used as a hedging tool to offset against losses in your other portfolio. For example, if you own shares which are decreasing in value in the short term, you can bet on the value falling, and make a profit to offset against the loss in value of the shares you hold. Many investors use spread-betting to hedge against losses. Another popular hedge is Gold, say you had some Gold coins and your worried that Gold will fall but do not want to sell their coins you could spread bet gold to go down which would protect you.

 

Regulated Industry

The spread betting industry is tightly regulated. In the UK, this is by the Financial Services Authority (FSA). It means strict rules apply and the firms offering it are secure and safe.

Don’t jump into Financial Spread Betting Blind

Before you try Financial Spread Betting it’s well worth getting some good advice and training.  Spread Betting Veteran Vince Stanzione has been trading for over 25 years and has produced a course “Making Money From Financial Spread Trading” which is a 160 page workbook, 2 and half hours of DVDs and a members only website. To find out more go to www.fintrader.net