Finding An Online CFD Broker And Provider
Consider these points:
1. Checking that the number of CFDs you need to trade are available, including shortable stocks.
2. Checking that the order types you need to use are there. For example, do you need market orders, limit orders to enter, stop orders to enter?
3. Checking that you're happy with the platform. If there's a demo account, then you can take advantage of that.
4. Check that they are reputable and are stable.
5. If you trade frequently, that you may have reduced or waived monthly data feeds and other benefits as a trader.
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All forms of trading involves risk of financial loss.
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