Online financial spread betting offers the impulse gambler the opportunity to trade away a fortune that they do not necessarily have. The risks involved can easily bankrupt the unwary, so much so that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulate online spread trading companies by insisting that they display clear warnings about the dangers of spread betting on their website landing page, and throughout a prospective trader’s application. Details of the FSA review of online spreadbetting can be found at the Financial Services Authority website.
However, despite the dangers, with a good understanding of risk assessment and money management, the careful daytrader can reap vast financial rewards in a far smaller timeframe than practically any other futures market venture currently available.
Mike Kauffman’s American Brutus puts the life and death of the actor turned assassin, John Wilkes Booth in the context of a thespian, tragedian if you will, living the lines of the tragedies of the Bard of Avon, William Shakespeare. Exponentially better than the long line of books, before and after it, on the large Lincoln shelf in libraries like Blood on the Moon by Ed Steers and such as Manhunt by Jim Swanson, American Brutus by Mike Kauffman, with its 76 pages of notes, brings home the bacon about Booth.