Example of Trading Index CFDs

Long Position in FTSE 100 Let’s say the price of the FTSE 100 is currently 6300 – 6302. You want to buy, because you expect the price of to rise. You buy 1 Lot of the FTSE at 6302. With an account on 100:1 leverage, your margin requirement will be (6302 x 10) / 100 […]

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What is CFD Trading?

What is CFD Trading? CFDs are traded on margin. The principles behind trading CFDs are very similar to those of forex When you start trading CFDs you will see that the price quoted is actually a two-way price. For example, taking the FTSE 100 as an example, you may see the price is 6300 – […]

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Trading Glossary

Active Management Active fund managers believe securities are mis-priced and can spot opportunities to outperform the market through asset allocation and/or stock selection. See also index tracking and passive management.   ADR American Depository Receipt    Arbitrage The simultaneous buying and selling of a security at two different prices in the same market, with the […]

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