Commodities present a wide variety of trading opportunities, with platforms offering CFDs in energy markets such as crude oil and a variety of precious metals, from gold to palladium. The interaction of supply and demand is key to price discovery in the key commodity markets.
The Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO) is used to remove trend from price. This is done in order to identify and isolate short-term cycles. The DPO indicator is not typically aligned with the most current prices.
Five and ten-point plans for successful trading of CFDs proliferate on-line and elsewhere. But we believe good trading practice can be reduced to just three all-important, all-embracing rules, covering preparation, logical behaviour in the market, and timing.
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Contracts for difference (CFDs) offer a flexible and cost-effective alternative to shares for those wanting to trade on financial markets. There are tax benefits to CFD trading and the ability to leverage your capital to magnify your market position.