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New book on CFD Trading

Monday 13th November 2006

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Contracts for difference (CFDs) have grabbed the attention and investment dollars of traders and investors worldwide. This exciting new product, which enables traders to control a number of shares for just a fraction of their share value, has experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity. Book Combo:  CFD TradingCFD's - a Traders Guide

A Trader's Guide to Contracts for Difference & Technical Analysis
by John Jefferey

Contracts for difference (CFDs) have grabbed the attention and investment dollars of traders and investors worldwide. This exciting new product, which enables traders to control a number of shares for just a fraction of their share value, has experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity.

However, CFDs pose a high level of risk and it is essential that traders understand this vehicle before diving into the market.

This book will prepare both novice and seasoned traders for the profitable world of CFD trading. Beginners will learn how to get started and experienced traders will discover how to generate greater profits using CFDs.


CFDs - A Trader's Guide is available through the Good Returns Bookstore (www.goodreturns.co.nz/books or call 0800 345 675)




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