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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 61.3% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money

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June 13, 2017

Crude Oil Declining Channel

Global crude oil prices have seen plenty of volatility over the past month as the commodity has faced a variety of fundamental and technical pressures. In […]
June 13, 2017

Resumption of Normal Trading Margins

We are pleased to inform you that all instruments affected by the UK General Election has resumed normal margin requirements as of 10:00 am (GMT), Monday, […]
June 13, 2017

Trading Diary Launched

Irish technology company Chasing Returns and international forex and CFDs brokerage Blackwell Global today announced a major new partnership. The award-winning Blackwell Global is integrating the […]
May 26, 2017

Cable Faces Potential Volatility

The Cable had a particularly rough week as the currency pair reacted to a surprising result from the UK election which saw the conservatives lose enough […]
May 14, 2017

Forex Hedging

Forex Hedging was one of the main drivers behind the explosive growth of the FX markets that gathered momentum the early 1980s. Foreign Exchange controls which […]
April 16, 2017

Forex Vs Stocks – Which is Better?

This a question or comparison that often crops up when people are deciding what to trade. People usually lean towards one side or the other and […]
April 16, 2017

What Are CFDs & How Do They Work?

CFDs are also known as Contracts For Differences. A phrase which in its broadest sense describes any financial contract that is settled in cash, rather than […]
March 14, 2017

Currency Pairs

Currency or Foreign Exchange trading as it’s otherwise known is a process in which an investor takes a view on one currency at the expense of […]
March 14, 2017

Spread Trading – Art or Science?

Spread Trading is the simultaneous trading of two instruments in the expectation that the differential between their respective prices will narrow or widen. There will usually […]