They say you should take a complete break from spread betting from time to time and that’s exactly what I have been doing. I’ve been spread betting off an on for the last three years with varying levels of success and decided that it was time for a complete break. There have also been other personal matters that have contributed to my reason for taking a break and unfortunately that is all I will be saying about the personal matters. I’m usually pretty open and honest and I pride myself on that but there are just some things that are far to personal to share with the rest of the world. Sorry for that but I can’t share this time. All I can say is that things look to be getting better and I will be returning to some form of normal spread betting and blogging about it soon. I would assume people that used to be regular readers will have given up waiting for me to post an update so I’m sorry for that but hopefully I will be able to win you back over the coming weeks.


My plan is to try to start again using the experiences and knowledge that I’ve picked up along the way to help me with my spread betting. I plan to take a much longer term view on my trades and will be studying up on fundamental analysis to pick my trades and then use technical analysis to determine my entries and exits. As always I’ll do my level best to share the things that I learn and will probably create a new section to contain my findings on fundamental analysis. It’s going to take me a while to get back to normal but I’ll get there. As always and help that anyone can offer will be greatly appreciated. I have some new freebies to give away for any help offered and the reward for help will depend on the level of effort that goes into the help. If you’re interested then please do contact me and we can go from there.


Right that’s all from me for now. I just wanted to let anyone who’s interested know that I am still here and will be for the foreseeable future. It’s time to make some serious money from spread betting, time will tell if it happens or not. I’m sure it will.


Until next time,
“May the markets be with you!”


August 1, 2012 by Harry
Category: blog