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PreviousNext CFD stands for Contract For Difference and it’s a derivative, i.e. a financial product that allows you to speculate on the price ...

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PreviousNext Commodities are physical goods that people have been trading for centuries. They’re broadly divided in four categories: energy, metal, ...

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PreviousNext Once you understand the basics of stock trading , you can start buying blue chips, i.e. “safe” stocks from established companies, in ...

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PreviousNext Companies sell shares in order to raise money and enable their growth. When you buy these shares, you own stock or equity which ...

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PreviousNext Pip stands for “percentage in point” and it is the smallest possible change in the exchange rate of a currency pair. The reason we use ...

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PreviousNext Online trading is so popular that most people you know probably hold an account with a trading platform. You may even hear them talk ...

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PreviousNext Foreign Exchange, also known as forex or FX, means exchanging one currency for another or, in other words, paying in one currency to buy ...

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