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Are there people doing CFD trading here? If so, please tell us about your trading. Let me start, so I’m with CMC Markets and I trade a mixture of Forex, Commodities, Precious metals and Indices. I’ve been a PH stock trader for such long time and had recently switched to doing CFDs and am loving it

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CMC CFD and Forex Trading App 5.6.0.17

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Best Trading platform

Hey just a quick one really As i know there will be alot of pros in here, but what is the best trading platform in the uk, im currently using equiniti but i feel like there will be better ones.
thanks
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Interesante web para ver opiniones sobre distintos brokers de forex, tienen opiones sobre FXCM, Plus500, IG Markets, y otros brokers no tan conocidos como AG Markets, CMC Markets y demás. Están bastante bien.

Interesante web para ver opiniones sobre distintos brokers de forex, tienen opiones sobre FXCM, Plus500, IG Markets, y otros brokers no tan conocidos como AG Markets, CMC Markets y demás. Están bastante bien. submitted by planetsupernova to forexespaniol [link] [comments]

CMC Markets $0 brokerage on US, Canadian, Japanese and UK markets

Now I can lose money through both terrible DD and forex risk
But seriously, what’s the catch CMC?
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Beating the UK brokerage via true arbitrage - £8k -> £98k ($128k) since 21st April

Beating the UK brokerage via true arbitrage - £8k -> £98k ($128k) since 21st April
Alright you American autists, here's a gains post from the UK across the pond - listen up because it's pretty incredible, managed to screw over our broker to turn ~£8k into £98k / $128k USD by reading the small print, true u/fuzzyblankeet style.

https://preview.redd.it/9mlup18v0q951.png?width=343&format=png&auto=webp&s=aea1393d304d16063d62d54d30cc5be9b23d937a
Unfortunately, we don't have options trading, commission free robinhood which crashes, or any other US based degeneracy, but instead we British chaps can trade "CFDs" ie. 'contracts-for-difference', which are essentially naked long / short positions with a 10-20% margin (5-10x leveraged), a 'holding cost' and you could theoretically lose more than your initial margin - sounds like true wallstreetbets autism, right? Well grab a lite beer (or whatever you lite alcoholic chaps drink over there) and strap in for this stuff:
So, CMC Markets, a UK based CFD brokerage, wanted to create a West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil 'Spot' product, despite WTI contracts trading in specific monthly expirations which can thus have severe contango effects (as all of you $USO call holders who got screwed know) - this was just a product called "Crude Oil West Texas - Cash", and was pegged to the nearest front-month, but had no expiry date, only a specific holding cost -> already a degenerate idea from their part.
So in early April, just before when the WTI May-20 expiry contract 'rolled' at **negative** $-37, the "WTI Cash" was trading at $15 at the time, but the *next* month June-20 expiry was still $30+ we (I am co-running an account with an ex-Goldman colleague of mine) simultaneously entered into a long position on the "WTI - Cash" product, and went short on the "WTI Jun-20 expiry", a pure convergence play. Sure enough, the June-20 tanked the following week, and we made over £35k, realised profits. But meanwhile the May-20 also tanked, and we were down £28k. But rather than realise this loss, we figured we could just hold it until Oil prices recover, and profit on both legs of the trade.
However, CMC Markets suddenly realised they are going to lose a lot of money with negative oil prices (Interactive Brokers lost $104m, also retards), so they screwed everyone holding the "WTI - Cash" product trading at $8 at the time, and pegged it to the December 2020 expiry trading at $30, with a 'discount factor' to catch up between the two.
https://preview.redd.it/zjjzyahx0q951.png?width=517&format=png&auto=webp&s=9523bab878f06702133631f12c1109081f299f65
Now fellow autists, read the above email and try to figure out what the pure arbitrage is. CMC markets will charge us a 0.61% **per day** holding cost (calculated as the 10x levered value of whatever original margin you put up, so in our case £8k*10x=£80k*0.61% = £500 per day, £1.5k on weekends for extra fun) on our open positions, but also "increase" the position value by 0.61% per day vs. the **previous day's** WTI - Cash value. Got it yet? No? Still retarded? Here's where maths really helps you make tendies:-> If your 'cost' is fixed at 0.61% of your original levered position, but your 'gains' are 0.61% of the previous day's position, then your gains will be ever increasing, whereas your costs are fixed.
So we added some extra £££ (as much as we could justifiably put into a degenerate 10x levered CFD account) and tried to see if it works. Long story short, it does. At this point in July we were making **over £1k per day on a £8k initial position*\* regardless where the WTI Dec-20 fwd moved.
Unfortunately, eventually CMC markets realised what utter retards they were, and closed down the arbitrage loophole, applying the holding costs to the previous day's value. But not before we turned £8k into £98k, less holding costs.
https://preview.redd.it/uh0f8knz0q951.png?width=553&format=png&auto=webp&s=c7e629f72de5aeb4e837ccef44ecae708f058bee
Long story short, puts on $CMCX they're total retards, and given what a startup robinhood / other brokerages are, never assume that only they are the ones taking your tendies away, sometimes you can turn the tables on them!
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Day trading opnion

Right, how realist would be making $£50 per day trading??
What would prefer Forex or Futures?
What is best for daytrading CFD or spreadbet?
What do think about the CMC, Aonda, Pepperstone, Forex.com?
Thanks.
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What broker do you use for share options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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What broker do you use for Stock Options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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What is your forex broker?

For those currently do forex trading
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Finding a Broker

I'm trying to find a way to choose a broker and would like to know which products they offer as well.
Is there a way to compare brokers that have Forex and indexes for example?
Is there a sub for it?
Thanks anyway
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Review of CMC's CFD and Forex trading platform and service

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CMC Markets Canada account applications

This is my first time posting on here so bare with me. I have decided to open my first live forex account and I’ve decided to try out CMC Markets. I send in my application after communicating with my account manager through email for a week and then he says I need to send in PHOTO proof of an ID and SIN Card.
I understand the ID needing to be sent in as a photograph but not the part of the SIN card being sent in as a photograph.
I’ve done my research on CMC Markets and I know it’s regulated by the government in Canada so I know that CMC Markets is legit.
What I’m asking here is, is It a normal thing to be asked for a photo of my SIN card? And if it isn’t, what should I do about it?
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Forex baby steps

Is doubling your investment in a span of 3 months (hypothetically, atleast 20,000 pesos/400 dollars ) sound like a feasible goal in forex? Also any recommended brokers? I kinda find CMC very complicated to use.
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Broker advice?

What are the best brokers in New Zealand for trading options? I was using CMC markets trading forex in the UK and I'd like a platform similar
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CMC Markets: is everything in CFDs? If so, how do the forward date ones work?

I just started a demo account with CMC Markets, and I was wondering if every single asset listed is traded as a CFD? When learning about forex from BabyPips I had the mentality as if I'm literally trading the currency; as in if it were in person, I'd be giving some coins in one currency and receiving another. I guess since CFDs are linear derivatives it doesn't matter as much, but I still feel like there are some additional considerations when trading CFDs vs "actual currency"? Also, what are the maturities on these? Are there even maturities? All the quotes just say "USD/CAD", "EUJPY" etc, but from my understanding of a CFD, you agree to pay the difference from actual and agreed, much like a future, so why are there no maturities?

Question 2: For CFDs on things like equity indices, they seem to trade the whole day unlike their underlying. Does this mean say at 9pm EST the S&P500 CFD is just people essentially betting on tomorrow's open? And again with the futures thing, does after-market hours trading in these CFDs affect the real opening price the next day? (If markets are efficient and we assume there are people watching CFD prices like future prices, and then tomorrow's early trades become based on what the futures markets seem to say about the S&P, holding news and other things constant).

Question 3: For CFDs with maturity dates like commodities on this platform, how does that work? Again, I'm mostly confused at how CFDs operate without maturities and how they different from futures. On the CMC markets platform, many agricultural commodities come with the suffixes like either "cash" or a maturity date, but currencies and equity indices do not. What does this mean? Those commodities I'm clicking trade on...am I trading a corn CFD? Or a CFD on corn futures? What exactly is the underlying mechanic?
Question 4: yet another example. For the bond indices...what am I looking at on the platform? I just want to get a chart of US treasury yields but I don't think that is available on CMC. What am I looking at when I click UK Gilt Cash or US T-Bond Cash or US T-Bond Jun 2020?

Tl;dr Don't understand the mechanics of CFDs and thus I'm not sure what EXACTLY I'm actually trading when I trade things like currency, equity indices, commodities. Surely I'm not actually trading a physical commodity or actual shares. Please note this is specific to CMC markets.
Thanks :)
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Demo account is too profitable

I discovered Forex last Tuesday, started babypips education, opened a demo account at CMC markets, did a few trades 10.000 virtual dollars now 11.000 virtual dollars. I am sure it would be more if I would've put take profits more often or set price alarms. Or if I didn't go short on EU/USD. And I really didn't invest much time in it maybe half an hour a day of trading. Is this just luck and are the demo account numbers actually identical with the live account's?
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Minimum purchase quantity

Hey!
Looking to get started on forex with around £500, and I’m struggling to find a platform that will allow me to make trades of £5-£8 (or at least on the demo accounts). Am I on the wrong platform, or just looking in the wrong places on those platforms? Currently trying out CMC and Forex.com
Thanks!
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What's the best exchange for New Yorkers? Coinbase, Binance, and Kraken are blocked

These are the top exchanges based on XTZ volume (on CMC):
BitForex
OKEx
DigiFinex
Hotbit
BHEX
Huobi Global
KuCoin
CoinEx
Bitfinex
HitBTC
Bittrex
Gate.io
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dash scam continues with mostly fake volume on exchanges

in this post, we see how the dash scam evolves with most of the exchange volume being blatantly wash traded and fake.
this is the cmc market tab for dash: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/dash/#markets
excluding the pairs which even cmc identifies as scam/wash-traded (the ones which have *), the rest of them are all exchanges that are unheard of.
Exrates $15m
ZB.COM $9.5m
LBANKDASH/USDT $9.11m
P2PB2BDASH/ETH $4.9m
BitForex $3.9m
YoBit $3.6m
now there was a study done recently by the blockchain transparency institute:
original study : https://www.blockchaintransparency.org/exchangerankings/
report: https://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2018/11/141074-report-wash-trading-lack-of-transparency-is-a-pressing-problem-for-crypto-exchanges-bogus-volume-is-rampant/
table: https://dove-alpaca-w28n.squarespace.com/trading-advisory-list
just go through the study and the lists, and you will find that each of the top exchanges where dash has volume is specifically called out for wash trading and fudging volume stats.
The largest offenders in the top 10 include ZB exchange which appears to be wash trading their volume to over 390x as well as Lbank to over a whopping 4400x.
ZB.com is accused of showing 390x fake volume; Lbank accused of showin 4400x fake volume. Exrates is accused of having 96% fake volume (see "report" linked above)
you can also just google most of those exchange names to see what kind of scams they are.
considering on chain transactions, dash is among the least used blockchains, even though it has been around for years now from 2014 when it was instamined, and the scam has been ongoing since then.
dash has a ponzi like structure where 10% of the block rewards go back to the developers, who then use that to pay for these shady exchange scam volume, to create an illusion of legitimacy, which in turns brings in new users who by seeing the volume think it is legit.
always check actual blockchain usage, not exchange volume stats that are highly manipulated in this market.
https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/dash-transactions.html
onchain, dash has fewer than 7500 transactions on an average. that puts it below bch, below litecoin, below dogecoin and ethereum classic in terms of actual usage. you can compare actual usage on blocktivity
evidently, it is hardly adopted anywhere with such abysmal usage.
yet dash pretends to have massive exchange volume, most of which is fake.
its proving to be a rewarding tactic for scam coin promoters to fudge exchange volume so that people who are not aware of these things end up buying these worthless scam coins.
some of the clues in spotting such scams include large volume on exchanges that does not add up with actual usage of the blockchain, huge percentage of mining rewards going back to the founders (the blockchain ponzi scheme).
unless the market purges itself of such scams, its hard to gain any kind of legitimacy as an asset class.
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