Stocks & Commodities V. 41:03 (2225): Trading Contracts For Differences by Gregory Aharonian
Trading Contracts For Differences by Gregory Aharonian
In some financial markets outside the US, price gaps can be traded by using a derivative instrument called contracts for differences. But there are risks. Traders can minimize the risks by having a good understanding of them and the costs involved. So for those outside the US and who trade outside of US markets, heres an introduction to using this vehicle, along with some suggestions for what to watch for.
Traders make their profits or losses on the differences in the prices of financial instruments. So why not trade the differences themselves without having to pay for the underlying instrument? Outside the US, there is such a vehicle ...
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