Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Online Treasury Bond CFD Trading UAE & Middle-East
Trading treasury derivative contracts are comparatively risk-free and offer a great opportunity to minimize your overall trading risks and to profit from forex interest-rate changes. Contracts of Difference (CFDs) offer a great opportunity to profit from the world treasury financial instruments. CFDs are traded online and over-the-counter (OTC) with almost no geographical limit.
UAE and middle-east traders can trade a variety of treasury CFDs including Euro-Bobl, Euro-Bund, Euro-Schatz, Euri-Bar, US T-Bonds of 5 and 10 years, UK Short-Sterling bonds, UK Gilt, Australian Treasury Bonds, Japanese Government Bonds, etc. Traders can go long or short whenever they want. The products range differs with brokers and not all brokers offer the ability to trade CFDs. So you should choose wisely.
The margin for trading treasury CFDs also differ with broker; many treasury CFD trading brokers
like OrientFinance demand fixed margins requirements of as low as 1% of the contract while other others charge margin depending of the product of trading. Some brokers have short-selling restrictions too on specific products. The trading commission also differ considerably some brokers charge minimum fees or a percentage of contact size while brokers like OrientFinance do not charge commissions at all but profit from the spread difference like in online forex trading
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Monday, December 10, 2012
Online Options Trading Dubai UAE
Options are financial instruments which offer the holder the right not obligation
to buy or sell other financial instrument at a specific price on or before a specified date. The other financial instrument can be virtually anything like stock, currency pair, precious metals, agricultural or energy commodities, funds, treasuries, indexes, etc. The specific price at which the buy or sell should happen is called the strike price
and the date on or which the execution should happen is the expiration date
There are mainly two kinds of option contracts call
. A call option is the right to buy the underlying financial instrument at a specified price and a put option is the right to sell something at a specified price. According to how the trades are exercised, options can be divided into many interesting classes as
- European options which are executed only on expiration date.
- American options which can be executed on or before expiration date.
- Asian options which have payoff determined according to average price of underlying instrument over a time period.
- Bermudan options which can be executed on only specified date on or before expiration date.
- Binary or All-Or-Nothing options which demand some prerequisites to be met for successful payoff.
- Barrier options which demand crossing a specified price barrier to exercise.
- Vanilla options which involves simple easy-to-understand conditions or single trades.
- Exotic options which involves two or more trades or are combination or options or includes some conditions or prerequisites.
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