Spreadex sports spread betting MD Jonathan Hufford highlights how putting the punter first makes you a better bookie

Spreadex MD Jonathan Hufford

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“Everything we do and every decision we make is based around anticipating what the client wants.” That’s what Spreadex sports spread betting MD Jonathan Hufford tells us.

If you’re not familiar with sports spread betting, it’s like trading the stock market, but instead of buying and selling companies you are buy and selling sporting event outcomes. It’s fast, profitable, risky and not for everyone.

Here’s what John Hufford told us when we asked “What would you say to punters looking to try sports spread betting for the first time?”

Please visit our web site and particularly the Get Started pages which include a 2 minute video. It is the same concept as for financials, buy if you think the result will be higher than our price and sell if you think it will be lower.

The important part for new punters is to manage your staking and appreciate market risk. For example runs in a cricket match is far more volatile than goals in a football match. It is vital to adjust your staking accordingly….

As well as sports spread betting Spreadex offers fixed odds, virtual betting a casino and binary options.

Also, if you’re a new customer you also get an iPad or iPad Pro 10.5″ when you put a certain amount of bets on.

You can read the full interview on Goodbrokerguide.co.uk (as Spreadex also provide Financial Spread Betting) or read our Spreadex Sports Review

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