CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 87.41% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
There are a wide variety of financial instruments available to be traded on the world’s markets. Our in-depth guides will provide you some insights into their unique features and how to use them in your trading portfolio
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Currency or foreign exchange trading – often known as forex, or simply FX – is the buying and selling of international currencies with the objective of making a profit.
Index trading is the buying and selling of financial instruments that are linked to stock market indices that track the performance of groups of assets based on certain characteristics such as industry, sector, country or growth rate.
Contracts for difference (CFD) are a popular way of trading on the price of stocks and indices, commodities and forex without owning the underlying assets. Derivatives are time-limited contracts that ‘derive’ their value from the market performance of an asset.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are baskets of stocks, commodities or other assets that pool investors’ money and track a benchmark to measure their performance. They are among the most popular financial instruments that investors add to their portfolios for exposure and diversification.
Looking for a shareholder definition? Anyone who owns at least one share in a business or company is a shareholder. A controlling shareholder owns more than half of a company's shares, while a minority shareholder owns fewer than half....
Bias in trading is a psychological phenomenon, in which an investor makes a decision based on their pre-conceived ideas of what will or won't work without considering the evidence. Bias may also manifest itself in retaining an asset for too...