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CFDs are currently available in the Australia, Austria, Canada, Cyprus, France, Germany, http://www.smh.com.au/money/borrowing/dont-fall-for-the-mortgage-traps-20140911-10dsyv.html Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and New Zealand. They are not permitted in a number of other countriesincluding the United States, due to restrictions by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on over-the-counter (OTC) financial instruments . Contents History[ edit ] CFDs were originally developed in the early 1990s in London as a type of equity swap that was traded on margin . The invention of the CFD is widely credited to Brian Keelan and Jon Wood, both of http://www.sacbee.com/2014/09/11/6698157/b2r-finance-appoints-chief-operating.html UBS Warburg , on their Trafalgar House deal in the early 90s. [1] [2] They were initially used by hedge funds and institutional traders to hedge cost-effectively their exposure to stocks on the London Stock Exchange , mainly because they required only a small margin and because no physical shares changed hands avoided the UK tax of stamp duty . In the late 1990s CFDs were introduced to retail traders. They were popularised by a number of UK companies, characterised by innovative online trading platforms that made it easy to see live prices and trade in real time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contract_for_difference#Trading

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You are exposed to $100,000 worth of the stock, so that is your maximum theoretical loss. After 2 weeks XYZ rises to $105. Your profit on the trade is $5,000. This is calculated by taking the gain in the stock price ($5) by the number of units of the CFD (1,000). So your return on investment is 100%. Compare this to someone who purchased 1,000 shares who would have had a return of 5% ($5,000 / $100,000). So the return percentage is much better for CFDs, but remember that your potential loss was exactly the same as someone who bought 1,000 shares. What would happen if the stock dropped though? Assume XYZ dropped to $95 and you decided to exit the trade. http://www.optionstradingiq.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-cfds/