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Written on: 12/03/2014 by Susanneto (1 review written)
Because I am a French resident I expected some difficulty when trying to base a pound sterling annuity on a small additional pound sterling pension fund. Another adviser only offered one poor value annuity and could not take my recent prostate cancer condition into account. RS did manage to do this and offered one but only one enhanced annuity which represented substantially better value. Almost good value I thought. The service from RS was always polite, rapid and addressed my needs. I… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2013 by bobetjo (14 reviews written)
Spreadco have a proprietary system called Saturn. This can be either downloaded for a number of operating systems or run online. The layout is fairly simple and after a few days it can be understood. The downside is that Spreadco only let new punters have a demo account for 30 days. Their logic is that new bettors can 'upgrade' to a funded account after that. Successful spread bettors have said they probably trade once a month or less. 90% of all new punters lose their deposit in… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2014 by unclebob301 (1 review written)
Have been spread betting and trading for a number of years. Rarely do you find a trader that publishes his own analysis for scrutiny and offers a open trading room environment in which traders share their ideas and trades openly and in a friendly way. Support is given to members and whilst there is a system in place it is always used with a great big nod to market analysis and market effecting news. You can either take part or be a passive trader taking trades when the alerts come… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2013
The Motley Fool, to give this site its full name, is a great place to learn how to invest. On arrivla ignore the sales pitch of the website itself and head straight for the discussion forums. When I joined up many years ago I had just the foggiest notion about buying and selling shares and every worthwhile thing I have learned has been learnt here. For many years I bought and sold shares guided by so-called experts, and every gain was eventually accompanied by a corresponding or sometimes… Read Full Review
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