CFDs Made Simple
A Beginner's Guide to Contracts for Difference Success
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|Format:||Paperback, 264 pages|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||Australia, 22 February 2011|
CFDs Made Simple is the essential guide for anyone who wants to make money trading CFDs Contracts for difference (CFDs) offer an opportunity to make your money work hard for you with the potential for large returns on little outlay. This book includes the information you need to know to get started trading CFDs, and it provides tried-and-true strategies anyone can use. Inside you'll find information on: * types of orders and how to place them * using leverage to your advantage * managing risk * CFD providers (direct market access versus market makers) * avoiding the common mistakes many CFD traders make * strategies for success If you're ready to make the move from trading shares to trading CFDs and maximise your success without all the stress, this is the book for you.
About the Author
Jeff Cartridge is a private trader and investor with a wide variety of investments in shares, CFDs and property. Jeff has conducted presentations for companies including E*TRADE, CMC Markets, Cube Financial and Pavilion Securities, and for the Trading & Investing Seminars & Expo. He is also the author of Supercharge Your Trading with CFDs. Ashley Jessen is an experienced and successful trader with specialised knowledge in the trading and educational fields. He is an expert teacher of how to plan, construct and implement winning trading systems.
Table of Contents
About the authors vii 1 Introduction to CFDs 1 2 Why use CFDs? 29 3 CFD trading costs, dividends and corporate actions 47 4 Getting started in CFDs 65 5 Before you start trading 83 6 Placing your orders 107 7 Core CFD trading skills 123 8 Room for improvement 151 9 Common CFD mistakes 169 10 What makes a successful CFD trader? 189 11 Strategies for success 209 Glossary 241 Index 249
|Dimensions: ||20.0 x 13.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.36 kg)|