Investing in shares is the best way to protect yourself against a fall in the Euro.
A new survey from the Swiss financial data firm BIS has revealed that investors are now the most enthusiastic investors in football in Europe, with the number of active traders on an average of every one-week average increasing by 8.5% from February to April.
According to the survey, the most popular way to invest in football is in stock markets.
More than 75% of Swiss investors are active in stocks.
“There are several reasons for this increase in activity, including the growing appetite for the sport,” said Matthias Bischoff, head of sports and investment at BIS.
According to BIS, the investment activity in the sport is up by more than 5% on average from last year, and the number has increased by more that 20% over the past year.””
A big increase in participation in stock market is also reflected in the percentage of active investors, which now stands at a whopping 86%.”
According to BIS, the investment activity in the sport is up by more than 5% on average from last year, and the number has increased by more that 20% over the past year.
The survey also found that the top three most popular sports for Swiss investors in the survey were soccer (27%), ice hockey (23%) and rugby league (19%).”
Stock market activity in Europe is very important in the global football market, because it represents the most important element of the sports market,” said Bischoffs.
The survey also found that the top three most popular sports for Swiss investors in the survey were soccer (27%), ice hockey (23%) and rugby league (19%).
The Swiss are the most likely to invest the money they get for the football stock market.
The most popular stock markets for investors are Switzerland, Canada and the United Kingdom, with all three countries ranking at number two and three respectively.
A total of 12,619 Swiss investors have already bought shares in the sports companies listed on the BIS index.
Investors can also trade in the stock markets of other countries, like Canada, United States and the UK.
For instance, investors can buy shares in a US stock market and buy a share in the European stock market at the same time.
The Swiss investment market is dominated by the biggest four football stock markets in Europe: FIFA (Football Federation of Europe), AS Roma (Stadiums Roma), Real Madrid (Aquila) and Barcelona (Barcelona).
The biggest European football stock exchange, EuStock (ESB), is also a major player in the Swiss stock market, with around 60% of all shares traded there.
The Swiss stock exchange also acts as a clearing house for stock trades.