A CFD (contract for difference) is a financial derivative that mirrors the movement of an underlying asset, enabling traders to go long or short depending on their market view.
Profits from CFD trading can be subject to different tax requirements depending on your trading jurisdiction. Check local tax regulations to see which apply to you.
CFD trading is usually done on leverage, which maximizes profits and losses. Trade sizes are defined in lots. There are no expiry dates to CFDs, except on futures.Learn More