| Betrescue - Spreads Guide (G/A/H)|
Knowing how to spread bet is a valuable weapon to have in your gambling armoury, so make sure you get to grips with all the trading tactics and industry information contained in the following report. Spread betting expert Bernard Rossi shows you the way.
| Soccer Spreads (G/A/H)|
Spread betting is still one of the fastest growing areas of gambling. It all started in the early 1980's when the two founder members of City Index (now taken over by Sporting Index) began betting on the winning racecard numbers at the Arc de Triumph race meeting when they couldn't get a bet on because the queues were too long at the French tote betting windows! The basis of spread betting is the more you are right then the more you win (conversely the more you are wrong then the more you lose!).
| Bettingadvice - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread betting has become very popular in recent years, due to the possible massive returns on low investments. But it's also possible to lose very large amounts indeed ! Spread betting is the most exciting method of betting, but it's not for novices. You should be aware of the risks with spread betting, and be sure you understand the rules
| Sports-Spread-Betting.co.uk (G/A/H)|
The essential Sports Spread betting website with reviews of all spread betting firms, tips, tutorials and forthcoming spread betting opportunities -specializing in American Sports and Novelty Bets
| BettingZone - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
To the novice spread betting appears hugely complicated but once the basic principles have been grasped it should become easy to understand. There are currently four spread betting firms – Cantor Sport, IG Index, Sporting Index and Spreadex. This guide attempts to set out the main principles and illustrate them with examples.
| Talk Talk - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread Betting comes in the form of two distinct flavours; sports and financial. However, the principle of spread betting is the same regardless of the types of market or bets involved. The spread betting firms quote a spread on the future prospects of a share or index, or the predicted outcomes of a sporting event. The investor/gambler can then decide as to whether they believe the price will rise or fall.
| Bookiebuster - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
The Spread Betting Firm (bookie) makes a prediction on a particular aspect of a sporting event, such as how many goals will be scored in a game of football. We simply decide whether their prediction is too high or too low. If we think that they are spot on, we don't bet. It's that simple.
| TheGoodGamblingGuide - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread Betting is both innovative and old. It has taken the age old philosophy of market trading and combined it with modern thinking towards sports betting and financial indices. In reality the bets are very simple to understand but their implications to the gambler are often complex. Some terms put off the casual or traditional punter but it is simple
| Money.co.uk - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread Betting comes in the form of two distinct flavours; sports and financial. However, the principle of spread betting is the same regardless of the types of market or bets involved.
| UK-Spread-Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread Betting is an exciting, thrilling and popular form of betting on both sports and financial markets which is very different from the fixed odds betting offered by the traditional bookmaker. See here for why spread betting is so different.
| QCK - Spread Betting (G/A/H)|
Spread betting differs from traditional fixed odds betting in the way that you can back teams/individuals/horses to perform well OR badly. It gives you the chance to take on the bookmaker's view any way you want which includes being able to oppose a favourite without nominating who will beat them.
| Wikipedia - Spread Betting (G/A/H)
Spread betting is a form of gambling on the outcome of any event where the more accurate the gamble, the more is won and conversely the less accurate the more is lost. A bet is made against a 'spread' (or index), on whether the outcome will be above or below the spread. The amount won or lost depends on the level of the index at the end of the event. The spread represents the index firms margin.