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Selftrade is the first ‘broker-bank’ in the UK and one of the UK's largest execution-only stockbrokers.

Selftrade brings you a range of dealing and tax-efficient accounts, including pension and children's accounts , as well as a Cash ISA for your tax-free savings. As a customer, you'll enjoy wide investment choice and full access to all the market information, news and research tools available throughout the website.

What is the difference between CFDs and spread betting?

Speculate on price movements with CFDs

Contracts for difference (CFDs) and spread betting are often grouped together when people talk about financial trading. While they certainly have similarities, it's important to understand how they differ if you want to start trading with either instrument.

A guide to understanding your pension allowances

You need to monitor your SIPP investments

If you have decided that a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is your best option in terms of retirement planning, you need to make sure you fully understand the rules relating to taxation and pension allowances – and are aware of the recent changes.

How to decide whether a SIPP is right for you

Do your research when it comes to SIPPs

Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) are becoming increasingly popular among those seeking greater control over their retirement income. However, they're not for everyone. Read our guide to find out how to decide if SIPPs are for you.

A guide to securitised derivatives

Securitised derivatives are complex products

If you have been trading online for some time and feel as though you are ready to branch into a different form of investment, securitised derivatives are one of your options. As these are complex instruments, it is best to only trade them if you have experience.

What features can you expect in an online share dealing account?

Online stock trading: a popular option

Getting involved with web-based share trading can be useful for investors looking for a fast, efficient way of managing their transactions. Take a look at our guide to find out about the different features you may be able to use in your account when dealing in shares online.









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