Many markets exist for spread betting and these include bonds, stocks, indices, and shares. Among these markets are even more spread betting opportunities. Spread betting shares aren’t any different than these other markets and have an extensive combination of betting types.
Spread betting on company shares is the fastest growing market for spread betting. Spread betting shares begin with researching a company and their profit margin whilst monitoring the ongoing spread from one’s spread betting firm. A trader may make a spread bet on the price of this share to rise or fall.
Shares of a company aren’t the only types of spread betting shares. Others include shares from major companies when they are all presented into one market. For example, the FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250 are both examples of spread betting shares. These markets are made up of the top 100 and top 250 shares of a company.
Spread betting shares may also be found in the Dow Jones. This market is comprised of the 30 top companies and their shares. The S&P500 is similarly derived of top shares.
Spread betting shares are a very common type of spread betting market for trading investors. These markets are the markets most recommended for novice spread bettors.