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With CFDs (Contracts for Difference) you trade relating to exchange rate changes of underlyings. You may use CFDs to favourably secure agreed positions, e.g. foreign currencies, certificates, shares, or in order to speculate with high leverage and low capital costs. Regardless if shares, index values, raw material or bond issues, related CFD´s copy their rate changes identically 1:1. CFD´s are particularly suitable to generate high yield through leverage, or in order to hedge other positions.Basically, CFD trade is very similar to share dealings. In share dealings you have to provide the full value of a share as initial capital. When opening a CFD position, you merely have to deposit a part of the total value as a security – the so-called margin. In practice, you deal with a volume which is many times the amount of your capital invested.Example: CFD TradeYou deal a CFD relating to a share. In our example, this share is quoted at a rate of 100 €. For buying this share on CFD basis, a broker demands deposit of security (margin). Such margin is usually between 5-50% depending on the trade volume of the share itself. If we assume a margin of 10% in our example, we will have to deposit 10 € in order to be able to trade this share as CFD.If this share increases from 100 € to 103 €, your deposited margin credit increases from 10 € to 13 €. This example illustrates clearly that in case of an increase by 3 € relating to the basic value (3%), we generated an actual increase of 30% relating to the deposited margin.Here you can find information about our fees. If you have any questions about our platform or opening of a trading account, please contact us by telephone.