CFDs as an instrument
A CFD (Contract for Difference) is an agreement between two parties, typically a buyer and a seller, for the exchange of the difference between the current value of an asset and its value at the time of the agreement. CFDs are attractive for traders due to their lower requirements for initial investment and higher potential gains.
In some cases, CFDs can be used to hedge an existing portfolio against short-term volatility, as gains from CFD contracts will offset some of the losses in the event of price drops.
- Can take
both long and short-term positions.
trade on the price of a product going down as well as going up.
- Have low
take advantage of immediate execution.
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To achieve best results, review established CFD trading strategies and tips, and also stay informed on market news and events to anticipate future price changes.
Metals: Gold (spot), Silver (spot), Palladium, Platinum
Commodities: Crude oil (spot), Brent crude oil (spot), Natural gas
Indices: S&P 500, Dow Jones 30, USTECH100 (NASDAQ), DAX, CAC 40, EUROPE50 (Eurostoxx), FTSE100, JAPAN 225 (NIKKEI), AUS200, HONGKONG50