InvestPro Market’s trading platforms give clients access to trade a wide range of CFDs on equity indices, agricultural commodities, base metals, and oil and energy products. Clients can take advantage of the widest range of trading instruments and diversify their portfolios either by trading on an equity index or any other futures instruments.
What are CFDs ?
A CFD, or Contract for Difference, is an agreement between a buyer and a seller stating that the seller will pay the buyer the difference between the value of an asset at the time the agreement was made and its value at present time. CFDs have become extremely popular among traders due to the numerous advantages they offer.
What are CFDs on Commodities ?
At GoldMountFx we offer a variety of CFDs to choose from. We listen to your needs and respond to popular demand. Our CFDs on Commodity Futures present a new, flexible trading opportunity with lower margin requirements and easy access to the commodities markets.
You can trade CFDs on the following commodities:
- WTI Oil
- Brent Crude Oil
Advantages of CFDs on Commodity Futures
- The same conditions apply to taking long and short positions. If you wish to go short, the same selling rules and margin requirements apply to the ones for going long.
- It is far less costly to trade CFDs on Commodity Futures than to take part in the underlying exchange because margin requirements for CFDs are significantly lower.
- Leverage when trading CFDs is even higher than it is with forex trading. Margin requirements can be as low as 2% which means that you can trade bigger volumes, no matter what kind of trader you are.
- Trading CFDs immediately gives you considerable exposure to equity indices.
- Instant execution guarantees that your transaction will be fast and effective.
- The fact that CFDs offer you the ability to take both short and long positions puts you at an advantage because a falling market still provides opportunities to profit.
The trading hours for CFDs for Commodity Futures reflect the exact trading hours of the original exchange that futures contracts are traded on.
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Advantages of CFDs
- You can take both short and long positions with the same ease when trading CFDs. The margin requirements for taking a short position are the same as the ones for taking a long position and there are no additional selling rules if you want to go short.
- Trading CFDs is far less costly than trading the underlying stock, index or futures contract and can still deliver the same gains.
- High leverage is one of the main advantages of CFDs because it increases a trader’s buying power and gives them the potential to make bigger trades by depositing a small initial amount.
- Execution is instant so your trades are executed with no delay and there are no interferences in your transactions.
- When trading CFDs you can profit even at times when the market is falling because you hold the great advantage of being able to take a short position.
What is an ETF?
An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a type of investment tool traded on stock exchanges in a way that resembles actual stocks. ETFs track indices, commodities and other assets and they has become the most popular exchange traded product. ETFs appeal to investors because they mirror the movement of the underlying stock indices but come at a fraction of the price. They are cost efficient, tax efficient and they offer access to niche markets.
GoldMountFx offers the following ETF CFDs:
|#DIA||Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust|
|#FAS||Direxon FINL Bull 3X|
|#FXI||iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index|
|#GLD||SPDR Gold Shares|
|#QQQ||Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock|
|#SDS||UltraShort S&P500 ProShares|
|#SPY||Standard & Poor’s Depositary Receipts|
|#SSO||Ultra S&P500 ProShares|
|#TLT||iShares Barclays 20+yr Treasury Bond|
|#XLI||INDUSTRIAL SELECT SECT SPDR|
GOLDMOUNT FX offers the following Index CFDs:
- S&P 500 Index
- CAC 40 Index
- DAX Index
- Nasdaq Index
- FTSE 100 Index
ETF CFDs and Index CFDs are traded during the same hours that the underlying assets are traded.
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