Types of CFDs
Our standard CFD contracts aim to replicate the cash price of the underlying market.
Mini contracts work like normal contracts, except the value of one contract is significantly reduced. For some markets, this can result in a wider spread on minis. A mini contract limits your exposure to risk, but also your opportunity for profit.
Futures contracts expire at a specified time in the future. You can trade out of an open position before the expiry date, but you can’t roll a position over beyond it. The spread on futures contracts is generally slightly wider than Cash contracts because overnight funding charges are built in.