Contracts for Difference (CFDs) are complex financial products that are traded on margin. Investing in CFDs implies a high level of risk, since leverage may act both in you favor and against you. Therefore, CFDs may not be suitable for all types of investors because you could lose all of your invested capital. You should never risk more than what you are ready to lose. Before deciding to invest, you must make sure to understand the risks, taking into account your investment objectives and the level of experience. The last CFD yield is not a reliable indicator of future results. Most CFDs do not have a set expiration date. Therefore, a CFD position expires on the date you choose to close an existing open position. Be sure to understand the associated risks and read our Risk Policy.
Restricted jurisdictions: We do not open accounts to residents of certain jurisdictions, such as Japan, Cuba, Sudan, Syria, Islamic Republic of Iran, Belgium, Canada, the United States and North Korea.
Actualizado el Thursday, 24 August 2017