What are CFDs?
A CFD, or Contract for Difference, is an agreement between two parties to exchange the difference between the opening price and closing price of a contract.
CFDs are derivative products that enable you to trade on live market price movements without actually owning the underlying instrument on which your contract is based.
You can use CFDs to speculate on the future movement of market prices without regard to whether the underlying markets are rising or falling.
You can go short (sell), allowing you to profit from falling prices, or hedge your portfolio to offset any potential loss in value of your physical investments.
Trading CFDs carries risk and could result in the loss of your investment.
Are CFDs Illegal To Trade In The United States?
Please trade wisely.