Contracts for difference (CFDs) are more than just active trading instruments – they can also be extremely useful in long-term investment portfolios. While we tend to view trading instruments as more risky, CFDs can actually be used to bring stability to a long-term portfolio by way of hedging. They can also help you leverage your long-term portfolio to get more price exposure to the shares you love by implementing a controlled gearing strategy. In this video, Simon Brown explains how useful CFDs can be in a long-term portfolio.
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