With CFDs, you don’t actually own the underlying instrument you’re trading in, so you only have to pay a small deposit or margin to open a position
Unlike traditional dealing, CFD and Financial Spread Trading allows you to trade the markets by paying just a small portion on the total trade value
What is a CFD?
A Contract for Difference (CFD) allows you to potentially profit from the price difference between entering a trade and the point at which you close the trade. You do not own the underlying asset, it is a contract with the broker that simply allows you to take a position on the future value of the underlying asset, and whether you think the price will go up or down.
The Benefits of CFD Trading
No Expiry Dates
Easy Access to Global Markets
How it Works?
Do I Pay Tax?
When can I trade forex?
Become an IB
Start generating a revenue based on the volume of trades.