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Find out about Global Trader - an exciting new investment option!

By Staff Writer

CFD AND SPREAD TRADING

  • Looking for a low cost and efficient alternative to traditional stock trading?
  • Do you want to profit from both rising and falling markets?
  • Learn how you can yield higher exposure with as little as 10% of the capital outlay.
  • By utilising Global Trader's automated risk management tools you can reduce the risk of losses and lock in on your profits.

To find out more about Global Trader and CFD and Spread Trading, or to attend a free seminar, visit the Global Trader page by clicking here.

Global Trader is a leading derivatives provider offering a world class Contract For Difference (CFD) and Spread Trading service to both institutional and professional private clients investing in developed and emerging financial markets where we specialise in providing investors transparent access to previously restricted markets reducing trading barriers and risks.

Spread Trading was invented in the 1970s in the UK in response to restrictions that had been imposed in the trading of certain financial instruments. Today Spread Trading has grown to become one of the key tools for an estimated one hundred thousand Spread Trading market professionals in the UK alone.

Along with Spread Trading options, Global Trader offer Contracts For Difference (CFD) financial products. CFDs take away a lot of the disadvantages of stock ownership, such as script custody and tracking dividend payments, thereby making them a simple and flexible financial instrument.

We are an authorised Financial Services Provider by the Financial Services Board of South Africa and a derivative member of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.  

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