Spread betting and CFD trading has many benefits, there are many advantages added to both which are unique in its own way. Both are almost identical and can magnify returns and amplify losses too.
Spread bet permits you to speculate on the financial markets; the difference in the buying and selling if the currency difference is called bid. You are not trading the markets, you’re betting on a variety of possible result supported on the fundamental information. All spread bets have a fixed expiry or ending date. ETX Capital will guide with the options of spread betting and it is a platform for you to choose best investment as per your need. Continue reading “Spread betting vs CFDs – The Differences to know”
Consider the Possibilities
When making the decision to invest your hard-earned pension and retirement money, don’t sign your name blindly. Consider the following points in your decision-making, and see why choosing to invest offshore can have definite advantages for your bottom line.
Offshore banking for expats has definite advantages that wise retirees are quick to see. As you make your decision of how to move forward with your investment, consider the position of the shareholders, the marketplace, and charitable causes, as outlined below. Continue reading “Some Advantages to Considering Offshore Investment”
This is known as a tradable instrument, which simulates the fluctuations of the asset underlying it. Whenever you make use of such an opportunity, there may be gains or losses according to the fluctuations of the underlying asset even if the investor never actually owes that asset. In most cases, such an investment would be a partnership or an agreement between a broker and the investor. This kind of trading is effecting significant changes in the financial instruments industry and it is well known that CFD is one of the fastest growing investment products available, although it may not be available in some countries. Continue reading “CFD Trading or Margin Lending – What Are the Key Differences”
Picking the right accountant is one of the most important decisions a small business can make. In fact, according to the ICAEW, hiring an accountant can be even more important than taking on a new member of staff. Why? Because whilst a good one can save you time and help your business to grow, a bad one could end up costing you a lot of much-needed money. But with so many accountancy practices out there, selecting the right one for you, isn’t so straightforward.
In this guide I want to look at four of the most important factors you should be considering when hiring an accountant.
Continue reading “Choosing an Accountant: What to Look for and what to Avoid”
If you have recently set up or are thinking of setting up a charity or not for profit organisation then it’s likely that you’ll rely on every penny of funding you get, whether that be from government grants, donations or through other channels. One of the ways charities and not-for-profits do this is through Gift Aid. But what is Gift Aid and how does it work.
In this short guide, I want to give an overview of what how Gift Aid works and the rules that govern how it is claimed. Continue reading “A Charity’s Guide to Gift Aid”
Why Do Companies Need Accounting?
The owners and managers of any business need records of monetary transactions. These records are useful to measure the amount of money invested or spent during a given period of time. Also these records inform the readers about the profit or loss resulting from the operations during a given period of time. Accounting helps in summarizing vital details that are used in planning and strategizing future course of actions for a business organization. Continue reading “What are Corporate Financial Statements?”
With rising inflation every day, the annual increments which we receive are not sufficient to ensure a better future. We need to plan every day for a better tomorrow through plans which will pay a better return on our investments. That being said, understanding investments is not a cup of tea for professionals who are not from the domain of banking and financial services. Further lightening and thunders in life strike without warnings in various forms and stages. So how should we plan to move ahead in our life and ensure a stable financial future? Continue reading “#IncomeKaTopUp – Plan for a better future with Exide Life Income Advantage Plan”
It can be hard enough doing what you do for a living without having to worry about figuring out how to keep the money that you make. In the modern world, saving, investing, using retirement plans – it’s all pretty complicated, and if you’re already concentrating on just doing your own job, then the financial aspect of life can get pretty hairy. So if you want to make money and keep it, then as soon as you can, you should head to the experts for help. And these experts will come in many forms. Some are available as professionals that you can speak to in person or via digital means. Some are the authors of business books. Some financial trendsetters have blogs, podcasts, or messages that they put out in the form of advice and observation columns.
However, as your look to these experts, you do have to have your own personal definitions of risk, and you do have to watch out for popular vs. informed opinions. One positive is that the earlier you start gathering this information, the sooner you’ll get your money in order, but it does take a little bit of focus to get started on the right path. Continue reading “Making Money and Keeping It: Using Experts To Help”
As the saying goes, “home is where the heart is”. While professionals progress in their career endeavours, often the focus on family needs take a step back. Often, with the routine of day to day fire fighting while meeting business requirements, planning for the long term becomes difficult. Many start planning for a car immediately after joining a good job, because it helps in facilitating the travel from home to work and vice versa. However planning for a residential investment takes time due to reasons like large value of the potential investment, availability of alternative (rental, old homes, etc.) and nature of job where one needs to be mobile globally. This video really captures it beautifully. Continue reading “How to plan for your future home?”
With the cashless payment systems, there are increasing instances of fraud. Read on to know the places where you must avoid using debit cards.
Debit cards are a favourite mode of payment these days with a lot of people who do not want to carry hard cash in their wallet. Apart from being a quick and easy way to pay, other benefits of debit cards include its concept of spending what you have rather than spending on credit. Unlike credit cards, no unnecessary debt burden is created. But the dark side of improvement in the payment technology is the rising cases of fraud. As per FICCI’s India Risk Survey 2015, India ranks #3 in the world for online banking fraud!
One of the prominent ways that debit card fraud takes place is skimming, which is essentially reading the pin and other card details like the CVV, validity, etc, with a tiny camera or reader placed inside the card machine. Since it is not possible to detect such devices, it is advisable not to use debit cards at unsafe places. Continue reading “Places Where You Must Not Use Your Debit Cards”
Even though high leverage, high risk and high returns is one of the things that make Forex trading so exciting to many traders dealing with different types of commodities, it also brings plenty of systematic and unsystematic risks to the table. So what are these risk and potential returns? Click here to know more.
Loans against security are gaining public confidence of late. Read on to find about the current trends related to this popular option in India.
Did you know that loans against shares have sharply increased to 78%, pushing retail growth to 18% year on year in November 2015? This RBI data analysis published in The Economic Times mentions that this steep rise is reflective of the burrower’s confidence in this funding option.
There are various types options that can be used as collateral for loans against securities, including demat shares, mutual funds, gold deposit certificates, Kisan Vikas Patra, National Savings Certificates, life insurance policies and more. In this type of funding, you pledge your shares for one year to raise the required burrowing sum. Continue reading “Loans Against Security: A Trend Analysis”