SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- City Index Australia: The emerging technology of market trading has meant there are a number of new ways to play.
Let's take a look at a few of them.
Foreign exchange trading is a favourite of many traders. It's highly volatile and liquid, meaning the potential to take pips is exponentially higher than other markets, but conversely so is the risk.
You don't have to put all your investment capital behind a single company when you come to trade CFDs with City Index. In fact, you can use CFD trading to speculate on the performance of an index as a whole, whether that's the Australian 200, the UK 100, or the Germany 30. There are many more indices available to trade on the City Index platform, so pick one that suits your trading persona.
Aside from indices and currencies, you can also trade products like coffee, gold and crude oil with City Index. These are known as commodities and are affected by a number of dynamic factors. Research the movements of your chosen commodity before opening a position, and never risk more than you can afford to comfortably lose.
About City Index
Trading in CFDs involves significant risk and potential exposure to substantial loss. CFD trading can result in losses that exceed your initial investment and CFD investors do not own or have any rights to underlying assets. Investing in CFDs is not suitable for all investors and CFD trading is not likely to meet the investment objectives, needs and risk profile of most retail investors. You should seek independent advice to ensure that you understand the risks before you trade in CFDs. This advertisement contains general information only and does not take your objectives, financial situation, or needs into account. You should consider our PDS available at www.cityindex.com.au before you make any investment decision. City Index Australia Pty Ltd ACN 141 774 727, AFSL 345646 is the CFD issuer and its CFDs are traded off exchange. City Index Australia Pty Ltd may take the opposite side of your trade as part of its market risk management.
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