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Contract for differences (CFD)

A financial instrument that allows traders to speculate on the price movements of an underlying asset, without owning the asset itself. CFDs are available on various financial assets, including currencies, stocks, indices, and commodities. With a CFD, traders enter into an agreement with a broker to exchange the difference in price of the underlying asset between the opening and closing of the contract.

They offer several advantages over traditional trading, including the ability to trade with leverage, allowing traders to control larger positions with less capital. CFDs also offer the flexibility to trade in both rising and falling markets, and traders can enter and exit positions quickly and easily, without being subject to market restrictions.

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