InterTrader, launched in 2008, is one of the more recent additions to the spread betting market. Using a London Capital Group platform renowned for its security, it has quickly become one of the big players in the spread betting world.
Catering to all levels of expertise, InterTrader provides free news, research and charting software to all clients and offers additional training if required.
From InterTrader's website:
You can take your own position on global markets. InterTrader.com covers everything from stock indices and FX to commodities, oil and metals to UK, US and international equities. InterTrader.com is a trading name of London Capital Group, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
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With InterTrader you can trade on futures and rolling daily contracts on the top 250 UK shares, plus rolling daily contracts on selected US, Australian, French, Dutch, German, Indian, Irish, Scandinavian and South African shares.
Futures, daily and rolling daily contracts available on the FTSE 100 and 250, Wall Street, NASDAQ, S&P 500, DAX 30, CAC 40, Nikkei 225 and other major world indices.
Quoted 24 hours a day, quarterly and rolling daily contracts on all the major FX pairs, plus many minor and exotic pairs.
With an InterTrader account you can spread bet on oil, gold, silver, coffee, cocoa, sugar, corn, oats and wheat as well as a range of other commodities.
Bet on the direction of three-month interest rates by trading Euribor, Eurodollar, Euroswiss or Short Sterling futures.
Finally, InterTrader clients can trade on futures contracts based on the prices of government bonds, including BOBL, Bund, Gilt, Schatz and US five-year, ten-year and 30 year bonds.
Apply for an InterTrader spread betting account or compare with other leading providers.
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