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if brokers could trade, they would be traders, but ironically they see their clients lose so much money, brokers are more afraid of trading than anyone else, but as brokers pay is based on the commision they generate, they seem to find it hard not to give advice!!!

CFDs are just the same as shares, except you can go short and dont pay stamp duty, so there is no specific need to learn about them. Trading shares is a good way to lose money, but if you can make money trading shares, CFDs are probably a good way to do it ( most CFD clients lose money, but so do most retail share buyers)


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stevet said:

if you want to start with the US markets, trader emini S&P futures contracts, but you maybe better off trading the FTSE to start with, and even better for you would be the Eurostox 50
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