CopyTrade by Top Pro FX
Thank you for choosing Top Pro FX. We are pleased to offer Spot Forex (FX) services to all of our customers.

But due to regulatory guidelines we are currently not offering any CFD’s trading services to NZ residents. If you have any more questions please feel free to contact us:

Phone: +64-9869-3961

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What are CFD’s?

The term CFD is used for “contract for difference”. CFD is a derivative product which is traded over-the-counter and is used by professional traders to make a quick profit by speculating on the price movement of the financial products such as Stocks, Commodities, Indices and Currencies. CFD’s can also be used to hedge an existing physical portfolio.

Unlike Spot forex - CFD is a non-deliverable product, its agreement is made in the futures contract and settlement is made via a payment between the two parties. You can also trade CFD’s on margin/leverage funding that can also boost returns on your initial deposit but there is also a high risk of losing all of your investment in a very short period and in some cases losses can also exceed your initial deposit.

CFD can also be to trade in both directions i.e: Buying (going long) and Selling (going short). While trading in CFD’s, you are not buying/selling the underlying asset. These underlying asset can be either stocks, indices or commodities.

As mentioned above, CFD’s are margin/leveraged product, this means that a position can be opened by only depositing a small percentage of the total contract value. The margin percentage can be as low as 2% which can also go up to 20%, depending on the market conditions.

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Risk Warning: Trading in CFD’s carries significant risks and might not be suitable for all investors. Please ensure your know your risks and determine your risk appetite before trading as losses can exceed the amount deposited. Understand your financial position and only trade with the money which you can afford to lose. If you are unsure about the products and have any doubts then it's advisable to get an independent advice before trading. The Spreads for all of the instruments are subject to change without prior notice as these are entirely dependent on liquidity and market volatility.