CFDs Are OTC Financial Products

In contrast to stocks, CFD trading mainly takes place in so-called over-the-counter trading (OTC) – i.e. outside the official or regulated market. In OTC trading, buying and selling are processed directly by CFD broker. The provider sets the buying and selling prices, sets the conditions and offers trading possibilities. When choosing the right broker, CFD traders should therefore check which market maker does the CFD trading. Find
a tested and ranked provider here.

For example, 24option.com acts as the market maker for CFD trading in the European brokerage depot. Commerzbank offers investors trading in practically all asset classes. In addition to CFDs on German and international stocks, investors can also trade CFDs on indices, raw materials, precious metals, currencies, interest rates and futures.

CFD trading is interesting for risk-ready investors because they can use CFDs to invest in underlying assets that a “normal investor” cannot trade. For example, only one DAX contract can be acquired in CFD trading. Trading CFDs on the interest rate or DAX futures, commodities such as coffee, oil or orange juice is also exciting. It is also possible to speculate on particular indices, for example, trading a volatility index. The market maker is responsible for the corresponding liquidity in the market, sets bid and ask prices and thus ensure the liquidity of the CFDs.
 

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Risk Warning: CFD trading is not suitable for all investors. CFDs are leveraged trading products and offer a high level of risk. You don’t own or have claims in the underlying assets. Please note, the knowledge on our website is for general informational objects and does not take into account your objectives, financial position or conditions. We encourage you to ask for independent advice.

However, trading CFDs is considered an advanced strategy, and users need to be aware of the risks. It’s essential to find a trustworthy broker who offers a competitive fee structure that matches each trader’s unique needs.

A Contract for Difference (CFD) is an innovative financial product that mirrors the price of an underlying financial asset – i.e. a stock, bond, commodity, an index cryptocurrency and other alike instruments – and produces gains or losses for the investor based on the corresponding change of the price once the contract ends.

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ACCENTRO Real Estate AG: “Concrete Gold” with Excellent Growth Potential

ACCENTRO Real Estate AG: “Concrete gold” with excellent growth potential

ACCENTRO Real Estate AG, Germany’s leading housing privatization company, did well in the first half of 2020 despite the corona pandemic. The sales volume reached a high level of the previous year and, as expected, sales exceeded the value of the last year. ACCENTRO offers attractive apartments in Berlin and other German metropolitan regions. The interest of private and institutional customers remains high. The company consequently confirms its forecast for 2020 and continues to expect an increase in sales and stable earnings.

Much more important, however, are excellent long-term prospects. The demand for apartments in the metropolitan regions of Germany will also in future significantly exceed the supply. Demographic change and the persistently low-interest-rate environment combined with insufficient new construction activity for years. For the housing developers, the signs are pointing to growth and ACCENTRO, as the market leader with its good regional positioning and financial flexibility will benefit significantly from this and at the same time be able to expand its real estate portfolio even further.

The financial experts at the renowned Quirin Privatbank also share this opinion and recently increased their recommendation for the ACCENTRO Real Estate AG share to “Buy” with a price target of EUR 12, which corresponds to an upside of around 32% on the current share price.

ACCENTRO Real Estate AG, Germany’s leading housing privatization company, did well in the first half of 2020 despite the corona pandemic. The sales volume reached a high level of the previous year and, as expected, sales exceeded the value of the last year. ACCENTRO offers attractive apartments in Berlin and other German metropolitan regions. The interest of private and institutional customers remains high. The company consequently confirms its forecast for 2020 and continues to expect an increase in sales and stable earnings.

Much more important, however, are excellent long-term prospects. The demand for apartments in the metropolitan regions of Germany will also in future significantly exceed the supply. Demographic change and the persistently low-interest-rate environment combined with insufficient new construction activity for years. For the housing developers, the signs are pointing to growth and ACCENTRO, as the market leader with its good regional positioning and financial flexibility will benefit significantly from this and at the same time be able to expand its real estate portfolio even further.

The financial experts at the renowned Quirin Privatbank also share this opinion and recently increased their recommendation for the ACCENTRO Real Estate AG share to “Buy” with a price target of EUR 12, which corresponds to an upside of around 32% on the current share price.

Much more important, however, are the long-term prospects, which are excellent. The demand for apartments in the metropolitan regions of Germany will also in future significantly exceed the supply. Demographic change and the persistent low-interest-rate environment have been confronted with insufficient new construction activity for years. For the developers and privatizers of existing apartments, the signs are pointing to growth and ACCENTRO, as the market leader with its good regional positioning and financial flexibility, will benefit greatly from this and at the same time be able to expand its real estate portfolio even further.

The financial experts at the renowned Quirin Privatbank also share this opinion and recently increased their recommendation for the ACCENTRO Real Estate AG share to “Buy” with a price target of EUR 12, which corresponds to an upside of around 32% on the current share price.

Welcome to the Masquerade, the Planned Collapse and the Magic Number 33

Quote of The Year goes to Dr Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Response Director, who said:
“Mortality decreases is complicating matters.”
“When people start to realize that 99% of us are going to be fine, it becomes more and more difficult to get people to comply.”
What to do, what to do?
Hey! Make it a sex thing.
What do men want?
For women to want them.
What do women want?
Men in masks.
Yep. According to a ‘survey’ conducted by sexual wellness brand Royal, 88% of adult women in the U.S. find men who wear a face mask in public during the COVID-19 pandemic sexier than those who do not.

Nothing like a mask to show off your ability to protect and provide and procreate. (The historical characteristics of masculinity).
But then, we all know history is no longer accepted in schools, museums and books anywhere – kinda like ATMs and banks in Australia’s new cashless society. And no more privacy coins either.
Even Warren Buffett is exchanging his bank stocks for gold stocks. This from a guy who said, “(Gold) gets dug out of the ground in Africa, or someplace. Then we melt it down, dig another hole, bury it again and pay people to stand around guarding it. It has no utility. Anyone watching from Mars would be scratching their head.”
Back to the masquerade: Of course, if you DON’T wear a mask, you’re basically a selfish, self-absorbed sociopath who refuses to comply with the basic negotiation rules of life. And not to mention, a grandma killer!
Which is what I am, as ‘Doctor’ Todd Grande was kind enough to point out – according to his “mental health and personality profile of people who refuse to wear masks”.
Here’s some news for you ‘Doctor’ Todd…I don’t negotiate with terrorists.
Like for example Janet Mills, governor of Maine, who has now ordered restaurant staff to wear COVID-visors like dog-cones.
Lucy and her friends are laughing and laughing. What is the opposite of evolution?
Well, for one thing, going back in time means less food. And when there’s less food, you’re going to need those hunters who have so effectively been turned into castrated snowflakes.
But don’t worry, just watch today’s Lucy and Jeff Show to see how Trump’s Magic number 33 will be taking over the food supply.
Nothing to see here, folks. No need to panic. You’re in safe hands.


The only thing you can do right now is to help yourself.
In every war, there are people who lose and people who profit. (Ask Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, or Bill Gates).
The secret is to follow those who refuse to become part of the masquerade, whose own success and liberty depend on getting it right.
“The mask in which you choose to disguise yourself uncovers who you subconsciously are or want to be. Masks reveal in the eyes the face that lies hidden as if the mask is a dark glass mirroring your soul.”
– Chloe Thurlow

S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite Index close at record highs.

The Dow and broader U.S. stock market rallied on Wednesday, as tech shares drove two of the major indexes to new record highs.

All of Wall Street’s major indexes finished in positive territory, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) climbed 83.61 points, or 0.3%, to 28,332.05.

The broad S&P 500 Index (SPY) of large-cap stocks surged 1% to 3,478.76, a new all-time high. Gains were mainly concentrated in five of 11 primary sectors, with communication services climbing 3.7%. The information technology group rose by 2.1%. Consumer discretionary added 1.5%.

Several sectors reported heavy losses. Energy stocks fell 2.2%, utilities declined 1.2% and real estate finished 0.7% lower.

Meanwhile, the technology-focused Nasdaq Composite Index (QQQ) jumped 1.7% to 11,666.24, another all-time high.

A measure of implied volatility known as the CBOE VIX (VXX) rose slightly on Wednesday. The so-called “investor fear index” peaked at 23.10 on a scale of 1-100 where 20 represents the historic average.

On the data front, U.S. durable goods orders rose much faster than expected last month, a sign that the economy was rebounding from its pandemic lows.

Durable goods orders 11.2% in July, the Department of Commerce reported Wednesday. Nondefense capital goods orders excluding aircraft, a key gauge for business spending plans, rose 1.9%, official data showed.

The Final Word: The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be slowing in the United States. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported 37,000 new cases on Wednesday. The case-count fell below 35,000 earlier in the week. 

Stocks finished mostly higher on Tuesday, led by communication services.


U.S. stocks finished mostly higher on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 (SPY) and Nasdaq (QQQ) hitting fresh records on the back of rising communication shares.

Wall Street’s major indices diverged at the close, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) falling 59.71 points, or 0.2%, to 28,248.55.

The broad S&P 500 Index of large-cap stocks gained 0.4% to close at 3,443.65, a new all-time high. Gains were mainly concentrated in six of 11 primary sectors, with communication services leading the pack. Health care companies also outperformed the broader market.

On the opposite side of the ledger, shares of energy and utility companies declined sharply.

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Rising communication shares led the Nasdaq Composite Index to higher ground. The tech-heavy average closed up 0.8% at 11,466.47.

A measure of implied volatility known as the CBOE VIX (VXX) continued to trade in a narrow range just above the historic average. The so-called “investor fear index” hovered between 21.53 and 23.43. It would eventually settle down 1.1% at 22.13.

In economic data, new home sales rose much faster than expected in July, offering more evidence of a rebounding real estate market. New home sales climbed 13.9% in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 901,000, the Department of Commerce reported Tuesday.

Separately, the S&P/Case-Shiller home price indices rose 3.5% annually in June.

The Final Word: The United States appears to be turning a corner in its fight against Covid-19. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported fewer than 35,000 new cases on Monday. That’s well below the more than 78,000 daily infections seen during the height of the pandemic in July.

Our Financial Markets Daily Update

The S&P 500 made a move above its pre-COVID all-time high on Friday. The move was driven by a round of better than expected economic data that paint a bright picture for the U.S. economy. The data includes flash readings on the Manufacturing and Services sector, readings that both show a marked acceleration in economic activity. In the technical sense, although Friday’s price action was bullish and set a new all-time high it still leaves a lot to be desired. The price action closed at the high of the day but the candle was small and breadth is weak. If there is no follow-through on Monday, the markets could be in for another week of sideways trading, at best. Looking to next week, there are two potential catalysts in the 2nd quarter GDP revision and Friday’s release of the Personal Income and Spending figures. 

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(NYSE:SQ) Screaming Buy, Here’s Proof

Matthew Carr, The Oxford Club’s most record-setting editor, is giving away his #1 pick, (NYSE:SQ).

And here is why you CANNOT miss his urgent video…

He also found a special play on SQ looking back at the market that produced an exceptional 19,000% gain

Matthew says he wants to repeat history and play SQ for huge gains as you’re about to see!

Now, I know I’ve just put this prediction on an EXTRAORDINARY pedestal.

But that’s how much I believe in him.

Matt’s been at the forefront of EVERY major trend in the last 10 years… cloud technology… pot stocks… 5G…

At the very least…

Grab a pen and paper…

Write down what you’re about to hear…

Volatility Index Flatlines as Stocks Extend Rally

CBOE VIX Volatility Index little changed on Monday.
The CBOE VIX (VXX) traded within a narrow range on Monday, as stocks extended their record-breaking rally.

The Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index, commonly known as the VIX, traded between 21.25 and 23.18 on a scale of 1-100 where 20 represents the historic average. It would eventually settle down 0.8% at 22.35.

In stocks, the large-cap S&P 500 Index (SPY) rose 1% on Monday.

iPath S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures ETN: (NYSEARCA:VXX) Designed to offer exposure to the S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures Index Total Return. The Index uses CBOE Volatility Index futures by way of a long position in the first and second-month VIX Futures contracts. VXX advanced 0.5%.

ProShares Short VIX Short-Term Futures (SVXY) to track the inverse daily performance of the S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures Index. SVXY declined 0.2%.

ProShares UltraShort Term VIX Futures: (UVXY) UVXY is designed to deliver 1.5X (leveraged) returns of the day’s moves in the S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures Index. It tacks the two front months of the futures contract. UVXY advanced 0.5%.

The Final Word: Investors continue to eye the global spread of COVID-19. As of Monday, more than 23.5 million people had been infected with the novel disease, including 5.7 million in the United States.

New IPO targeted by the billionaire behind Google and Amazon

Quietly, he was the first backer of Amazon, putting in $8 million at just $0.20 a share in 1996. Then, in 1999, he also became the lead investor in Google, putting in $12.5 million. Each move has led to billions in profits. And now he’s putting hundreds of millions into a new IPO that deserves your attention. He calls it ” the largest economic opportunity of the 21st century.” And when you   watch this video that shows the technology, you’ll see why. 

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  The IPO stock is commercializing a NASA technology originally developed for Mars exploration. It’s now made deals with 25 of the Fortune 100 companies. Its partners include Walmart, Google, eBay, Facebook, Apple, Staples, FedEx, Safeway, Home Depot, AT&T, Honda, Yahoo and Verizon. In short, this technology is about to sweep the nation. Which is why I wanted to share it with you today. As I said, the company recently IPO’d. It trades for less than $10. And I believe it will become   the most successful stock of the next decade. I’ve made   my video on the situation  available to you today.   Give it a watch  when you can. I think you’ll love the story just as much as I do.