Contract for Difference (CFD) is a structured financial derivative, which replicates the price action, and movement of hundreds of securities and investment products traded daily in the financial markets.

The concept of a CFD is that it mirrors the underlying asset in terms of price movement but does not hold the liability of delivery of the contract. The flexibility of trading CFDs means when you enter into a buy or sell contract, all you are concerned with is the price movement and size of your trade. The ability to trade price movements exclusively removes the stress of taking physical delivery of a product which can happen if you buy and sell exchange traded futures contracts.

CFDs have low margins, zero commissions and tight spreads which, combined with state of the art trading platforms, offers to both short and long term investors quick and efficient execution of their respective strategies.