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Spreadbet Mag v18 Generic

Spreadbet Mag v18 Generic

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FREE ZAKMIR AIM 2H2013 GUIDE
Issue 18 - July 2013The e-magazine created especially for active spread bettors and CFD tradersALL YOUR FAVOURITE COLUMNS INCLUDING THE CHANCE TO WIN £1000 IN OUR GUESS THE FTSE MONTH END COMPETITION
PEAK GOLD - MYTH ORFACT?COMMODITY CORNER -FOCUS ONSILVERTRADING SYSTEMS & SEMINARS - A COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY?
FEATURE PACKED AS EVER WITH TRADING IDEAS
Bitcoins
Just another fad or are digital currencies here to stay?
 
Feature Contributors
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Zak Mir is one of the UK’s pioneers in modern charting methods since the early 1990s, joining Shares Magazine as its first Technical Analysis Editor in 2000. Zak founded www.Zaks-TA.com, the first pure TAwebsite, in 2001 and which flourishes to this day. In addition, he has written for the Investor’s Chronicle, appeared on Bloomberg and CNBC as well as being the author of ‘101 Charts For Trading Success’.Dominic Picarda is a Chartered Market Technician and has beenresponsible for the co-ordination of the Investor’s Chronicle’s charting coverage for four years. He is also an Associate Editor of the FT and frequently speaks at seminars and other trading events. Dominic holds an MSc in Economic History from the LSE & Political Science.Robbie Burns - The Naked Trader has been a full-time trader since 2001 and has made in excess of a million pounds trading the markets. He’s also written three editions of his book, “Naked Trader” and the “Naked Trader Guide to Spreadbetting” and runs day seminars using livemarkets to explain how he makes money. Robbie hates jargon and loves simplicity.
Zak MirDominic PicardaRobbie Burns aka The Naked Trader
Tom founded the t1ps website in 2000 and over 12 years his average gain per tip was 42.7% on 241 share tips. He now writes for a range of US and UK financial and political websites and all his content can beaccessed via www.TomWinnifrith.com - you can get alerts on everything Tom writes by following him on Twitter @tomwinnifrith orwww.TomWinnifrith.com
Tom Winnifrith
Alpesh Patel is the author of 16 investment books, runs his own FSA regulated asset management firm from London, formerly presented his own show on Bloomberg TV for three years and has had over 200columns published in the Financial Times. He provides free onlinetrading education on www.alpeshpatel.com
Alpesh Patel
 
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I am pleased to say that the magazine continues to grow its readership numbers and there is an ever increasing recognition of the calibre of the product that we put out each month and that is completely free to all readers — a pretty unique proposition in the marketplace I am sure you will agree. Watch this space for some major news which I hope to unveil next month as a consequence of our collective efforts and that should enhance even further your SBM experience...I hope you have all been making use of our new bulletin board
(www.bulletincentral.co.uk)
 too which is pretty unique within the marketplace — allowing you to post your own sentiment view on a stock as well as view multiple board posts, and that shortly will also have stock research at the side of popular companies too. As ever, it’s completely free!So, what do we have in store for you this month? We ask are all trading systems a waste of money and the purveyors of these charlatans and failed traders? Simple answer, largely yes! As we say in the article, if you can trade, you don’t ask people to pay you £100 a month and spend all your time looking for new fodder, you just trade, which is far moresatisfying. We also take a look at the recent phenomena of digitalcurrencies, in particular Bitcoins, in asking what all the fuss is about and whether there is room for such a product in the marketplace.“Goldbugs” are well catered for once again with a piece on “Peak Gold” that is both informative and thought provoking. With the yellow metal continuing to decline in the last few weeks, yet physical demand for it remaining at record levels, it is an interesting dynamic that is presently at play that should, ultimately, result in a resumption of the long uptrend.Catch up also with how the Trading Academy winner John Walsh is doing trading and now closing his first six months of being on his own. I’m sure many readers will relate to his emotions and experiences over this period. The first few years of trading on your own are the hardest and, I can safely say that after nearly 20 years now of trading, that you never stop learning.And so, I sign off once more and hope you enjoy the content package we have put together for you this month. Next month it’s the dreaded big 40 for me and so the mag will be out a little later as I celebrate and take it a little easy now I’m no longer officially classed as “young”!
Richard
Foreword
Editorial List
EDITOR
Richard Jennings
SUB EDITOR
Simon Carter
DESIGN
www.coyotecreative.co.uk
COPYWRITER
Sebastian Greenfield
EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS
Tom HouggardThierry LaduguieFilipe R CostaAndrew Sillitoe 
Disclaimer
Material contained within the Spreadbet Magazine and its website is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon by individual readers in making (or refraining frommaking) any specific investment decision.Spreadbet Magazine Ltd. does notaccept any liability for any loss suffered by any user as a result of any suchdecision. Please note that the prices of shares, spreadbets and CFDs can rise and fall sharply and you may not get back the money you originally invested, particularly where these investments are leveraged. In comparing the investmentsdescribed in this publication and website, you should bear in mind that the nature of such investments and of the returns, risks and charges, differ from one investment to another. Smaller companies with a short track record tend to be more risky than larger, well established companies. The investments and services mentioned in this publication will not besuitable for all readers. You should assess the suitability of the recommendations (implicit or otherwise), investments and services mentioned in this magazine, and the related website, to your own circumstances. If you have any doubts about the suitability of anyinvestment or service, you should takeappropriate professional advice. The views and recommendations in this publication are based on information from a variety of sources. Although these arebelieved to be reliable, we cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information herein. As a matter of policy, Spreadbet Magazine openly discloses that our contributors may have interests in investments and/or providers of services referred to in thispublication.
Welcome to this 18th edition of Spreadbet Magazine!A helluva lot of work has gone into this publication over the last year and a half by everyone involved — our contributors (for which I am proud to have such an esteemed line up), our design and copywriting staff and, of course, yours truly!

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