Vince Stanzione System Exposed – Will Making Money From Financial Spread Trading work for you?

In this interview Vince Stanzione answers your questions on his best selling financial trading system making money from Financial Spread Trading 2014. If your sick of losing money in the markets, dealing with gurus and scam merchants then watch this as Vince Stanzione shares his financial trading experience gained over 28 years.

How To Make Money Like An “Insider” Without Breaking The Law… And Profit from Up, Down and even sideways financial markets. Discover how you can copy me and do the same within less than 15 days from now, starting from scratch and regardless of your background – Test it Risk FREE

 

From the Desk of Vince Stanzione
If you’re sick of earning 1% a year on your hard earned savings, fed up of investing with “experts” that can’t beat a blind folded monkey and consistently lose your money but still charge you high fees or have tried a trading system, but failed miserably because it was too difficult, too complicated or just too time consuming… then read on I am about to expose the secrets the professionals don’t tell you. click here for more

Making Money From Financial Spread Betting using ETFs

Here is a new video were I explain more about using Financial Spread Betting and Exchange Traded Funds.

Combining financial spread betting with exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can give you a way to get exposure to an ever-growing range of sectors, commodities and global financial indices from which you can profit whether markets are rising or falling. An as an added bonus, UK residents can make tax-free gains, as opposed to any profits on the physical ETF, which would be liable to tax.

Very simply, ETFs or ETPs (exchange-traded products), which have been around since 1993, are funds that are built to track indices. They are traded on a stock exchange, just like a share.

A classic ETF might seek to mirror the performance of an index like the FTSE 100, or perhaps a single sector such as the mining sector, a commodity price such as gold, or a selection of gold miners such as the Market Vectors Gold Miners (GDX).

The Video below explains more to learn more about making money from trading markets just go to http://www.winonmarkets.net

Trading with the Ipad using IG Index

Thanks to the power of tablets like the ipad and the sophisticated apps such as those offered by IG Index it’s now possible to trade from almost anywhere on the planet. You can place financial spread bets, place orders, check prices and move stops all from your table. As you can see from the Ipad example you can trade shares, commodities, FX, ETFs and bonds all from the ipad.

Whilst it’s good to have the power of having 24 hour access to your account in your hand, it’s important not to over trade or make rash decisions based on being too close to the market. New trader’s often panic out of perfectly good trades or rushes to take profits too soon.

To learn more about making money from financial markets in 2014 then please go to www.winonmarkets.net

Using Index app

Using the IG index app

Private Investors missing out as stockmaket soars!

In case you missed it, the UK FTSE250 has hit an all-time high, the FTSE100 is now up 65% from the 2009 low and in the US the Dow Jones and S&P500 are inching closer to record new highs, the smaller cap Russell 2000 already is at an all-time highVince stanzione says investors missing out on stockmarket gains Yet the majority of smaller investors are totally out of shares according to trading guru Vince Stanzione from fintrader.net who has been bullish for some years now. “The public just don’t believe the rally. Stanzione says”  “it’s a classic case of investors panicking and selling out at the bottom and then finally getting back into stocks near the tops” however he still believes we are sometime away from reaching that point and is looking for the Dow Jones to break past the 14200 all-time high level in 2013. He adds “when everyone is talking about shares and your friendly cab driver tells you how much he just made trading ARM holdings then it’s time to get out”.

Yet the majority of smaller investors are totally out of shares according to trading guru Vince Stanzione from fintrader.net who has been bullish for some years now. “The public just don’t believe the rally Stanzione says”  “it’s a classic case of investors panicking and selling out at the bottom and then finally getting back into stocks near the tops” however he still believes we are sometime away from reaching that point and is looking for the Dow Jones to break past the 14200 all-time high level in 2013. He adds “when everyone is talking about shares and your friendly cab driver tells you how much he just made trading ARM holdings then it’s time to get out”

According to Stanzione the overall private investor has no appetite for shares and in fact many of his sources indicate that those using Financial Spread Betting are in fact short which means they are betting on the market going down, so far anyone doing that is losing money heavily. “Most investors are sitting in cash paying near zero rates or bonds paying not much more.”  Stanzione adds there has been more public interest in the Foreign Exchange FX market and Gold however he sees that as a negative and believes better opportunities are in the stockmarket especially US shares.

To learn more about financial spread betting and trading following the Vince Stanzione system click here www.winonmarkets.net

Best Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) so far this year and the Goldman Sachs N11

Below you can see a table of the best and worst Exchange Traded Funds. These can be bought and sold via an online broker such as chalesschwab or interactivebrokers. You can also place a spread bet or CFD trade via a company such as IG Index or Cantor Index.

What is interesting is that 3 of the best markets so far in 2012 are in fact in the N11.

The Next Eleven (N-11) are the eleven countries—Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Turkey, South Korea, and Vietnam—identified by Goldman Sachs investment bank and economist Jim O’Neill.

Whilst we all know growth is slowing down in developed markets and areas such as Europe are in a recession many parts of the world are seeing massive changes and growth of the new middle class. I explain more about looking for new opportunities and trends in my course Making Money From Financial Spread Trading, click here for more details.

 

Are you making money from Falling Markets? – Financial Spread Betting

Right now the media is having a field day talking about how stock prices are crashing and “billions are being wiped off share prices around the globe” yet what many do not realise you can also profit from falling prices and you don’t need to be a multi millionaire to do so. With the right training a small amount of risk capital and a financial spread betting or Contracts For Difference (CFD) account you to could make money.

Don’t take my word for it here is the exact email I received recently for Wayne Starkey. To find out more just go to www.winonmarkets.net

 

Exchange Traded Funds and Financial Spread Betting

Exchange Traded Funds and Financial Spread Betting

Combining Financial Spread Betting with ETFs can give you a way to get exposure to an ever growing range of sectors, commodities, global financial indices which you can profit from regardless of markets moving up or down. An as an added bonus UK taxpayers can make tax free gains.

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Exchange traded funds, or ETFs, have been around since 1993. ETFs are index tracking funds which can be traded on a stock exchange, just like a share.
A typical ETF might seek to mirror the performance of an index like the S&P 500 or the FTSE 100, or perhaps a single sector such as the S&P Energy Sector (XLE) or commodity price such as Gold (GLD).

ETFs have been growing in popularity with investors both large and small, partly because they can be easily traded, just like any other listed security, and partly because they are much cheaper in terms of the fees they charge compared with conventional mutual funds or unit trusts.

So why would you place a financial spread bet on a ETFs? Surely, if you are convinced of the merits of ETFs, it would be easy just to buy and sell the physical ETF rather than opening a spread betting or contracts for difference (CFD) account to trade them?

ETFs are offered as spread bets for a number of reasons, many of which really boil down to the advantages of financial spread betting. For starters, when opening a spread betting account, you gain the advantage of trading on margin: your spread betting company will loan you the majority of the value of the trade, while you only need to deposit a relatively small percentage as your margin. This is something you could not do with a physical trade on an ETF. It also means you are effectively trading a larger amount of shares in that ETF than you would ordinarily be able to do, and if you are right, and the ETF’s price goes up, you get to keep all the profit from the trade. Of course, if you are wrong, the losses could be proportionately great, so caution should be used when trading these products.

ETFs are easily available via a conventional stock broking or share dealing account. But like trading physical shares, if you trade physical ETFs, you are liable to a commission fee every time you trade. In addition, you may also have to pay custody fees. With financial spread betting or CFD trading, you don’t face the drag these costs can pose to your trading account. Plus, you are able to trade other assets, like currencies or commodities, using the same account – not something that is usually possible with a share dealing account.

Financial spread betting also lets you short an ETF. This means you can potentially profit if the price of that ETF falls, by using the bid or sell price. This is much harder to do in the physical market. Yes, some providers do list inverse ETFs, that is, funds which move in the opposite direction to the index. But these are generally only available for the more high profile indexes, like the S&P 500 for example. It is much easier to short an ETF using a financial spread betting or CFD account.
Finally, you may own the physical ETF and may want to hedge your risk by buying a bit of insurance against the possibility that ETF may fall in value. You can do this using a spread betting account by opening a short trade. You must make sure you have a stop loss in place (an automatic order that will close the trade at a pre-arranged price if it moves against you), because otherwise your hedge order will eat into any profits you are making in the physical market. This can be a good tool to protect yourself against sudden market moves.

The universe of ETFs is expanding all the time as they increase in popularity. There is already a significant number of ETFs available for spread betting. These include many of the major commodities markets, where there are ETFs tracking the likes of gold, crude oil, cotton, corn, natural gas and sugar. ETFs tracking a basket of commodities (also known as Exchange Traded Commodities), like agricultural commodities or base metals, are also available to trade.

ETFs are a good way to access sector-specific indexes, for example covering financial services, utilities, real estate or oil services. They can also be used to trade some emerging markets stock markets, like Brazil, China, Russia, or even Taiwan.
ETFs are able to replicate an index through a variety of means. They are not always suitable for holding in a portfolio over the long term horizon. This is because they are subject to something called tracking error, where the very activity of buying and selling shares or derivatives to replicate the index the ETF is trying to track, as well as charging fees, means the ETF does start to deviate from the index over time. Tracking error will vary from ETF to ETF, and from market to market. This is more of a problem for those using ETFs to hold as part of a long term investment strategy, but they are ideal for financial spread betting, particularly if you measure the life of a trade in days or weeks.
Remember, with financial spread betting and CFD accounts, you do not own the ETF: you are simply seeking to profit from changes in the price of that ETF.
To learn more about Financial Spread Betting and Vince Stanzione please go to www.fintrader.net

Biz Opps UK Review of Vince Stanzione

Vince Stanzione, Spread Betting and First Informationhttp://www.bizoppsuk.com/vince_stanzione.php

Vince Stanzione is perhaps best known for his trading exploits, being a self-made millionaire who makes upward of £50,000 per month trading the financial markets.

 An ex-city trader and veteran of the financial markets, Vince has been training ordinary people to trade successfully since the mid-1990s.

 Vince’s tool is “spread betting” and he promises that he can teach you how to make £400 per day from this type of trading, which he calls “Financial Spread Trading”.

 His main product is a home study course called “Making Money from Financial Spread Trading” which is available for £347.

This pack, according to Vince, will show you how to trade popular financial indices like the Dow Jones and FTSE 100 from as little as £10 total risk. Uniquely, it also covers the less popular markets such as commodities, FTSE 350 sectors, currencies, UK shares, US stocks, indices and much more.

He packs in information he has gathered from over 20 years as a professional trader.

Although he hasn’t always been successful (he freely admits to losing everything in the 1987 stock market crash), Vince has made a fortune from spread trading.

Whilst most were losing their heads and their shirts in the great “dot com” boom and bust in the late 90s, Stanzione profitably traded the market on the way up and then also on the way down.

Soon after that, he was featured in several national newspapers.

In 2003 Vince was the subject of a two-page feature in the Sunday Observer where the journalist centred on his success speculating on the price of Antofagasta (a UK company) and also Gold.

According to the article Vince’s trading statements showed he had lost £57,000 over the previous 3 months on a handful of trades but profited to the tune of £400,000 on other trades in the same period – a net gain of £343,000 over 3 months.

On seeing this article, and research about Vince, I bought his course in early 2004.

The 2004 edition of his course contained the following:

  • 180+ page workbook including Vince’s secret trading strategies
  • 120+ minute video or DVD showing edited footage from a £2,500 seminar
  • ShareScope Demo CD
  • BetOnMarkets Interactive CD with free £10 bet
  • Access to TrendSpotter service
  • Copy of Vince’s book “How to Stop Existing and Start Living” which he wrote once he made his first million aged just 26.
  • Access to a virtual trading account (see link below)
  • Lifetime access to a special website with free quotes, updates and financial news from Vince

 

The workbook itself contains a great deal of information on the basics of spread betting and then goes on to suggest some time-tested strategies for trading the financial markets.

Every 6 months or so I thoroughly read the workbook and make notes to remind myself of Vince’s advice and his ‘golden rules’ of trading. I then watch through the DVD a couple of times – I find it helps to refresh the memory regularly and avoid bad habits which can harm a trading account.

The 2009 course has been updated even further to accommodate new strategies Vince has found and is using.

Vince offers a 100% money back, 1 year guarantee, promising to refund customers in full if they do not make money after following the advice he gives in the course.

Conclusion:

If you are looking to learn about Financial Spread Trading then this course is an excellent investment. It contains quality advice and some clever trading strategies and at £347 offers good value for money.

I have used this course and one strategy in particular to make money trading UK shares – it allowed me to pick up a share which was about to rise considerably because, unknown to me or anyone else, it was about to be bought out.

Over just 5 months I traded the share from 475p to 603p following Vince’s advice and made a very healthy profit – tax-free of course!

Because of my success with this course, my satisfaction with the information contained within it and the 100% money-back guarantee I am happy to recommend Making Money from Financial Spread Trading.

See http://www.thefintrader.com for more details.