Contracts for differences (CFD) are a complex financial product of speculative nature, whose trading transactions are associated with a significant risk of loss of capital. Trading with CFD, a margin product, can lead to the loss of the entire balance.
Remember that leveraging CFDs can be in your favor or disadvantage.
CFD traders do not own and do not have rights to the underlying assets.
Trading with CFDs is not suitable for all types of investors.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Future forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Before deciding to trade, we advise you to carefully consider your investment goals, your level of experience and your risk tolerance. Do not deposit more than you are willing to lose. Make sure you fully understand the risk associated with the product of interest and request independent advice if necessary.
We invite you to read our information risk.
CFDs are a complex financial product, the trading of which involves significant risks of loss of capital. In CFDs, leverage can act both to its advantage and to its disadvantage. Before deciding to trade, make sure you fully understand the risks. Do not deposit more than you can afford to lose. CFDs are not appropriate for all retail traders.