Contracts for Difference

Contracts for Difference (or "CFD") are contracts between two parties. We "Betal Trade" play the role of the market player in this case, where you play the role of the buyer in the event that there is a party intending to sell, and vice versa is the seller for those who wish to buy.

In the "Contract for Difference" form, the seller pays the buyer the difference between the present value of the good and its value at the time of contract execution (closing price). In the event that the difference is negative, the buyer will pay the difference to the seller.

Indeed, CFDs are derivatives that allow investors to benefit from the up or down movements of the price of financial instruments. It is often used for speculation in financial markets.

Contracts for Difference (or "CFD") are contracts between two parties. We "Betal Trade" play the role of the market player in this case, where you play the role of the buyer in the event that there is a party intending to sell, and vice versa is the seller for those who wish to buy.

In the "Contract for Difference" form, the seller pays the buyer the difference between the present value of the good and its value at the time of contract execution (closing price). In the event that the difference is negative, the buyer will pay the difference to the seller.

Indeed, CFDs are derivatives that allow investors to benefit from the up or down movements of the price of financial instruments. It is often used for speculation in financial markets.

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If the difference is negative between the current price and the closing price, the buyer must pay the difference to the seller.
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If the difference between the current price and the closing price is positive, the seller must pay the difference to the buyer.
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There are no restrictions on the prices to sell or buy contracts for difference.
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There are no time restrictions on entering into a CFD deal.
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There are no restrictions on whoever buys or sells first.
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