Interactive Online Spread Betting Tutorial

Interactive Trading Simulator

Interactive Online Spread Betting Tutorial - Interactive Trading Simulator from Capital Spreads

Try out our interactive online financial spread betting tutorial and trading simulator supplied to us courtesy of Capital Spreads. Learn how online spread betting works using our interactive trading tutorial to place a simulated trade. Click the Start button to get going, chose your market and stake size and see how the market movements affect your potential gains or losses.

Online Spread Betting financial markets with Capital Spreads offers individuals access to a wide range of markets with the ability to go long or short, giving you the opportunity to profit from falling markets as well as rising markets, all from the one online spread betting account.

Risk Warning
Spread betting and CFD trading carry a high level of risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved.

Interactive Online Spread Betting Trading Simulator

Summary of key benefits of Online Spread Betting from Capital Spreads

  • Tight Spreads
  • No commissions or brokers fees
  • Automated stop losses
  • Go Long or Short
  • 24hr Trading
  • Mobile dealing
  • Wide range of markets
  • Low Stakes
  • Tax free trading  (Tax Law can change and may differ in other jurisdictions outside the UK.)
  • Low margin requirements
  • Practice online spread betting with a demo account 
Online spread betting accounts can offer individuals access to 24hour  trading, to go long or short in a wide variety of markets, with no brokers fees or dealing costs and currently here in the UK, any profits are tax free. The 'betting' status means that financial spread betting is categgorised as gambling and as such, there is no income tax or capital gains tax to be paid on any profits gained from this form of trading. These key advantages can be a substantial saving over an equivalent trade through traditional trading.

It is important to bear in mind that losses can not be offset against other gains for tax purposes and Tax Law can change and may differ in other jurisdictions outside the UK.

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Find out more and apply online for a financial spread betting account at Capital Spreads

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