CFDs (Contracts for Diﬀerence)
Allows traders to speculate on the price movements of underlying assets without owning the underlying assets themselves. It is a ﬂexible and cost-eﬀective way to trade, as it allows traders to go long (betting on an asset’s price to rise) or short (betting on an asset’s price to fall) on a market. CFD’s are traded on margin and are highly leveraged, meaning that traders can enter into large positions with a relatively small amount of capital.
Commodities trading is the buying and selling of physical goods such as gold, silver, oil, and agricultural products. These goods have intrinsic value and are traded based on supply and demand. Commodities trading allows traders to proft from changes in the prices of these goods, through buying low and selling high. Commodity markets are subject to volatile prices and can be affected by factors such as weather, geopolitical events, and economic conditions. Commodity trading can be a great way to diversify a trading portfolio and gain exposure to diﬀerent markets.