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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Financials Acquisition Corp LSE:FINS London Ordinary Share KYG3439B1032 ORD GBP0.0001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,000.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
990.00 1,010.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 155
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1,000.00 GBX

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23/12/201022:49Anyone having trouble logging into finspreads this morning?8
09/4/200618:07Flash 8 direct link for Fins Latest Platform5
31/1/200521:29Deal4free vs finspreads prices and service84
09/6/200400:19Rolling bets?4
27/5/200423:56Views on FINS and trading academy ?7

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Posted at 29/11/2022 08:20 by Financials Acquisition Daily Update
Financials Acquisition Corp is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FINS. The last closing price for Financials Acquisition was 1,000p.
Financials Acquisition Corp has a 4 week average price of 1,005p and a 12 week average price of 990p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,005p while the 1 year low share price is currently 980p.
There are currently 15,450,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Financials Acquisition Corp is £154,500,000.
Posted at 14/6/2006 09:11 by artful_todger
bout time too. Don't generally have many problems with fins tho, especially compared to what i've heard about some of the other spreadbetting firms...
Posted at 09/4/2006 18:07 by schober
anyone tried it with an "ancient" computer eg a 400mhz p2 with 128m of ram??
do fins expect me to buy another computer????

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Macs are also supported.

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Posted at 29/3/2006 11:23 by ben nevis
Seems noone uses Fins anymore !!
Posted at 23/3/2006 12:31 by ben nevis
Anybody tried this NEW Fins platform ??

http://bs.serving-sys.com/BurstingPipe/adServer.bs?cn=tf&c=20&mc=click&pli=120725&pi=0&ord=[timestamp]

New software always has bugs....

Feedback will be interesting.

Posted at 06/3/2006 17:23 by metallica
Besides that problem. How does the new platform work and how do Fins get in touch when they ask you to migrate?
Posted at 31/1/2005 21:29 by bj444
METALLICA...GOOD QUESTION !!

Anybody tried the new orders on Fins ??

Has everyone left them ??

Posted at 24/11/2004 20:16 by metallica
Anyone using Fins. Anyone tested the new order facility. Is it any good?
Posted at 17/11/2004 10:37 by gilesr
I`v`e just left Fins for this bunch.... 4 trades so far and 4 requotes and dealers response not printable..

There doesn`t seem a great deal of difference between these and fins.... both quote what and when they want and their ultimate aim is to extract one`s money by whatever means/tactics they can

I find their literature so very appealing... i guess that`s what marketings all about yet in reality the trading doesn`t resemble what they promote....they (both companies) are out to make as much as possible by whatever means at their disposal....

I would like to know what else to expect from this company....

Posted at 07/4/2004 20:50 by ruffjp
Jakass - not much of a thread! replied to your comments on the D4F thread.

Anyway, more detailed comment appreciated. I'm OK with the mechanics of the game. A concern is other comments that I read on the D4F thread which suggest bookies are interferring with bets or the placing of bets. I imagine that this might appear the case when things go wrong with the system or some technical failure, but my understanding was that they profited on the spread. If the bet goes against you, surely its the market that takes your money. Although, either way its going to cost you, but I believe that the principle is important.

As regard accounts, I'll probably go along the Finspreads path because of the 8 week penny a point and thereafter 50p minimum bet size, seems to cover a good range of shares which is my primary interest. Looked at IG, £2 a point minimum bet straight off, focuses the mind a bit too much for the moment. Looked at D4F, liked the limited 14 day trial with real software, bets and virtual money but then "high" minimum bet.

The other point with Finspreads was the "Trading Academy", the subject of this thread. I can find little information about strategies for spread betting other than hedging share positions. I have also noted various trading systems being advertised which claim good results over extended periods (although I'm a tad sceptical) Clearly, a sensible plan is called for. So what does this "Trading Academy" offer, I'm not interested in what they claim it offers, what are the experiences of people that have used it?

I guess I'll just have open and account and find out.

Posted at 20/3/2004 17:28 by ruffjp
Please post any experience with FINS and their trading academy. I am weighing up the pros and cons of opening a spreadbet account with them or one of the more well known providers.

Thanks in advance

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