What is CFDs Trading?

CFD trading is ‘contract for difference’. It is a contract among two parties, typically called “buyer” and “seller,” to settle the difference in the price of a financial instrument between the time at which the investors open a contract and the time they close it.

Investors use CFDs as a financial derivatives tool that enables them to speculate on financial markets such as Forex, stocks, metals, energies, and commodities to take advantage of price movement up or down without taking ownership of the underlying assets.

CFDs also allow traders to leverage their capital (by trading with enormous capital than the money in their account) to magnify their profit.

A simple example: If you buy a CFD at $100 then sell it at $150, you will receive the $50 difference. In case you use the leverage 1:10, you will receive the $500 difference.

What is CFDs Trading?

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It enables you to speculate on price movements in either direction. Make profit in both Bear and Bull markets.
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Allows higher leverage, which means traders can gain exposure to a large position without investing the full cost at the starting.
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Allows the investor to trade on many instruments, including stocks, indices, commodities, Forex, cryptocurrencies, options, and more.
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Spreads are much more cost-effective.
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Do not have an Expiration Date.

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