Contract for Difference

CFD Definition

CFD stands for Contract for Difference. This is an agreement between two parties, a buyer and a seller, whereby the seller has to pay the buyer the difference in the value of an asset at present time and the value at contract time. CFDs are becoming more and more popular among traders because they carry a number of advantages.

Share CFD Technology

Trade over mejor share CFDs from nine different exchanges from around the world, without owning the underlying asset. With lightning quick execution and leverage, you can profit from falling share prices as well as rising ones. In addition, clients are entitled to dividend and rights issues paid in cash with commissions as low.

Trading hours

Trading hours on equity CFDs matches those of the underlying market. Pending orders which remain working at the end of a day may be subject to an activation during closing auction.