whats the difference between spot forex and cfds?

and also spread betting and is there a site where it tells you everything in detail?

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2 Responses to “whats the difference between spot forex and cfds?”

  1. DoeS1111 said:

    tradefair.com is pretty good for spread betting info

  2. Suzane P said:

    A CFD is a contract between a buyer and a seller, which establishes that the seller will pay the buyer the difference between the current and the future value of a product, at an established date. In case of a negative difference, the buyer pays the seller the aforementioned difference. The CFD trails a certain index, stock or commodity without purchasing them and the profit is made by the previously mentioned differences. The online trading of CFDs within Finexo.com advanced trading platform offers you a high leverage with a relatively small margin, giving you the possibility of fine profits in a short period of time.

    The purchase or sale of a foreign currency or commodity for immediate delivery. Spot trades are settled “on the spot”, as opposed to at a set date in the future. Futures transactions that expire in the current month are also considered spot trades.

    Also known as “cash trades”.




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