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[ShareChat] CFD Book Giveaway

Tuesday 3rd October 2006

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CFDs are a hot new trading product that are gaining popularity with New Zealand investors. CFDs have many advantages over traditional shares, such as the ability to buy, as well as sell, share CFDs. Enter the draw to win one of 80 copies.

If you aren't familiar with CFDs - visit ShareChat's CFD centre for a simple overview, questions to ask your CFD provider, articles, examples and continuing education.

CMC Markets, who recently opened its doors in New Zealand, has kindly donated two best-selling books on the subject for us to give away.

To enter the draw to win one of 80 books; simply visit enter your details here. (www.goodreturns.co.nz/winbooks)

The giveaway closes on 22nd October and winners will be notified by email.


Thanks to CMC Markets for donating copies of
Making Money from CFD Trading
, by Catherine Davey and
Real Traders, Real Lives, Real Money
by Eva Diaz.



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