CFD Trading

CFD Trading

A contract for differences, or simply a CFD, is one of the world’s fastest-growing and exciting trading instruments. A CFD is an agreement to exchange the difference in value of a particular asset (share, stock index, or commodity futures) between the time at which the contract is opened and the time the contract is closed. Essentially a CFD is a derivative contract and it closely follows the movement and pricing of the underlying asset, for example, a particular share. Investors speculate on the price and its future direction by taking short and long positions, but unlike normal trading on shares, there is no physical ownership of the product.
Image

CFD Trading

INDICES CFDs

CFDs on stock indices are traded in the same way as forex trading. One of their most attractive features is the ability to trade on a margin basis. The power of leverage allows the investor to enter the market using less capital than required for normal trading of stocks making a potentially great return on investment. Traders can profit from the rising and falling CFD stock index prices by placing short positions at a real-time price and selling shortly after at a future price. Such a short time frame for potential profit from CFD stock index trading is unbeatable when compared to trading regular stocks, where positions often have to be held for months before a reasonable profit can be made.
Image

GENERAL SERVICES

ABOUT US

Trading foreign exchange, spot precious metals and any other product on the Forex platform involves significant risk of loss and may not be suitable for all investors. Prior to opening an account with MAPSIG, consider your level of experience, investment objectives, assets, income and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not speculate, invest or hedge with capital you cannot afford to lose, that is borrowed or urgently needed or necessary for personal or family subsistence. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.