Spread betting calculator has been created to help explain spread betting interactively. The spread betting calculators below are available to use on Football, Horseracing, Greyhounds, Cricket, Rugby, NFL, and Tennis.
A ‘spread bet’ is essentially a prediction of what will happen in a specified market for a given sports event, expressed as a SELL-BUY range. Spreadex recently acquired Sporting Index. Sign Up at Sporting Index for the best value in spread betting
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Spread Betting Explained
This means if you think the market, or outcome, will end up higher than said range, you would BUY. If you think it will end up lower than said range, then you would SELL. With the sports Spread betting calculator, the more right you are, the more multiples of your stake you can potentially win.
But get it wrong, and the more multiples of your stake you can potentially lose. Your stake is the amount you decide to bet, per point movement, so a £10 bet on Total Goals could win or lose £10 per goal. It is important to choose your stake accordingly for different spread betting markets, as will be explained in more detail later.
SportingIndex makes predictions on various aspects of sporting or topical events. You then decide whether that prediction has been pitched too high or too low. What you then win or lose depends on the stake you choose and how right or wrong you are. If you agree with our prediction, you won’t bet.
10 RULES OF SPREAD BETTING
1. Do your research
There will always be a percentage of surprise results in any sport, but it does no harm to check the statistics (or the ‘form’ as it is often called) and do your homework. Take a football game you are considering having a bet on. Have you checked the probable line-ups of both teams?
Do you know what record the referee has with brandishing cards? And what is the history of a particular fixture – is one team the other one’s bogey?
2. Watch the weather
A muddy pitch and windy weather can equalize the skill levels between seemingly mismatched football or rugby teams. Cloudy skies can quickly give a fielding side the upper hand in a cricket game. The heavy ground may render the form book valueless in horse racing, and some fair-weather golfers only produce their best when the sun is shining!
3. Spread betting calculator in play or not?
If an event is live on television not only will we be offering our unrivaled in-play service with a whole host of great markets, but it also allows you to watch the action as it unfolds. Check out our In-Play page.
4. Stay in touch
Try to keep in touch with the event you are betting on, and monitor the changes to our spread markets in running. Remember; if you are away from your PC, you can always Spread bet the smart way with Sporting Index Mobile.
5. Don’t be afraid to close
It can be very tempting to close a trade that’s going well for an early profit but leave one running that’s going badly in the hope that things will get better. Always consider cutting your losses as well as making a profit.
6. Play the bookmaker
Imagine you had to price up a particular market. Would you go higher or lower than the prices on offer? You can then see if we have a difference of opinion from your original view.
7. Know your markets
Spread betting isn’t just about how much one team will beat another, or where a horse/golfer/driver will finish. Get to know all the different markets through the ‘i’ icon located next to each market.
8. Spread betting calculator Control your risk
Always calculate how much your worst-case scenario could cost if your judgment turns out to be completely wrong.
9. Don’t be afraid to start small
You can get the hang of it all with stakes as low as 5p a point. Then of course, as you build confidence and understanding you can increase your stakes to whatever level you are comfortable with.
10. Still uncertain?
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- 9 10 RULES OF SPREAD BETTING
- 10 1. Do your research
- 11 2. Watch the weather
- 12 3. Spread betting calculator in play or not?
- 13 4. Stay in touch
- 14 5. Don’t be afraid to close
- 15 6. Play the bookmaker
- 16 7. Know your markets
- 17 8. Spread betting calculator Control your risk
- 18 9. Don’t be afraid to start small
- 19 10. Still uncertain?
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