CFDs are available on a wide range of different assets including global indices, stocks, currencies and commodities. Almost any asset you trade is available in CFD trading. Unlike futures contracts, CFDs have no fixed expiry date or contract size. Positions are renewed at the close of each trading day and may be rolled forward indefinitely.
Trades are conducted on a leveraged basis, so you only need to deposit a percentage of the total value of the trade. Leveraged trading means potential profits and losses are magnified but losses are easily manageable when trading CFDs. CFDs are also more liquid than most other types of investing, meaning you will be able to close your trade when desired.
CFDs are leverage products and do carry risk, so beware before you start trading to properly manage your risk.
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