CFD was originally developed in the early 1990s in London as a type of equity swap that was traded on margin. The term CFD stands for Contract For Difference, this is a contract to exchange the difference in value of a financial instrument between the time at which the contract is opened and the time it is closed. What this means is that, you select the market you want to trade but rather than making the full physical purchase/sale, you buy a CFD instead. This contract will replicate the profit and loss of your intended purchase/sale.
Option to Long and Short the Markets allows us to profit both ways
For Cropean, hedging refers to the practice of taking a position to offset any risks by assuming a position in an opposing investment. We setup our CFDs to lock in winning positions of our trades.
Cropean Trade’s trading volume and growing database gives it trading margins and leverage to trade positions of up to 150 times of its capital
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