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By: Golder Markets  05-Apr-2012

Contracts for Difference (CFDs) allow you to trade on the price movements of financial markets, without having to buy or sell underlying assets directly. CFDs allow investors to make profits from a wide range of markets including equities, indices, currencies and commodities. Generally, CFDs cost less than directly investing in the underlying asset it represents. CFDs can be used to speculate on upward or downward price movements, making them a flexible alternative to traditional trading.

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With prices measured in 1/10th of a pip the view of the foreign exchange market and its direction is easily attainable in comparison to four digit pricing where figures are ‘rounded up’ or ‘rounded down’ where necessary. As a result of high liquidity and the market's unique decentralized characteristics, there are always price fluctuations in the Forex market.



If you believe that a company or a market will experience a loss of value in the short term, you can use CFDs to sell it today, with the expectation that you can buy it back in the future. Contracts for Difference is an over-the-counter financial agreement to exchange the difference between the opening and closing value of a contract at its close.


Precious Metals

During times of high volatility, increased risk, and anticipated inflation, investors often move their funds to gold and silver. Liquidity in the precious metals market is often highest when European market hours overlap with New York trading hours. Golder Markets allows you to speculate on the price movements of gold or silver relative to the US dollar currency.


Trading Products FAQs

The Foreign Exchange market, also referred to as the "Forex" market, is the most traded financial market in the world, with a daily average turnover of approximately USD 4 trillion. The Forex market is called an 'Interbank' market due to the fact that historically it has been dominated by banks, including central banks, commercial banks, and investment banks.