A CFD is a contract between two parties to exchange the difference in the value of an asset between the date of entering the contract and its termination. The two parties are referred to as the long side, which profits when there is an increase in value or the short side gains when there is a decrease in value.
Contract for Differences is a financial instrument that requires no margin call at any time during their life cycle, thus mitigating counterparty risk. They also do not have any minimum capital requirement, allowing you to trade with small initial deposits instead of putting down more significant amounts for standard futures contracts.
What can I trade in Dubai Financial Market?
Many products are listed on DFM, including stocks, indices, futures, and options. In particular, DFM offers a range of CFD contracts on Dubai Financial Market-listed equities, including DP World DPW, +1.96% Emaar …