What are CFDs
CFD is an agreement between two parties to settle the difference between the opening and closing prices of the contract. CFDs allow customers to participate in the price movement of an underlying product, such as indices, commodities and shares, without actually owning the asset.
- Trade in both the bull and the bear markets
The ability to enter a long and/or short position allow traders to take advantage of both rising and falling markets.
- Smaller barrier to entry
CFDs typically have flexible and smaller contract sizes. This means that traders will be able to enter into a CFD contract with a modest amount of capital.
- No expiration date or risk of delivery
Unlike futures which commonly have a fixed expiration date, CFDs allow traders to perpetually hold the position(s). CFDs are cash settled, no need to worry about the delivery of the underlying asset.
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Types of CFD Available
US Shares CFD
SG Shares CFD
HK Shares CFD
Global Indices CFD
CFD Spot AU S&P ASX (AUS200)
CFD Spot SG MSCI Singapore (SG100)
CFD Spot CN FTSE China A50 (CN50)
CFD Spot DE DAX (GER30)
CFD Spot EU Stoxx (EUSTX50)
CFD Spot HK Hang Seng (HKG50)
CFD Spot UK FTSE (UK100)
CFD Spot US DJIA (US30)
CFD Spot US S&P (SPX500)
CFD Spot US Nasdaq (NAS100)
CFD Spot FR CAC 40 Index (CAC40)
CFD Spot NL AEX 25 Index (AEX25)
CFD Spot ES IBEX 35 Index (IBEX35)
CFD Spot CH SMI 20 Index (SMI20)
CFD Spot Brent Crude Oil (UKOIL)
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