CFDS (Contracts for differences)

Risk Warning: Trading Contracts for Differences (CFDs), carries a high level of risk to your capital, and is not suitable for all investors. Losses can exceed deposits on professional trading accounts.

Vinco Wealth Management offers an advisory service that specialises in trading CFDs as part of a balanced investment proposition.
CFD trading deals with price movement of instruments such as shares, indices, sectors, currencies and commodities without actually owning the underlying asset. The aim is to profit from the price moving in the client’s favour, which can be on a rising (going long) or falling price (going short).

We prefer to trade with large capitalised companies based on the FTSE 100 and Dow Jones Industrial Average where liquidity is available when dealing in size. Margin requirements can be as low as 5% on the top 25 capitalised stocks complemented by greater worldwide broker coverage.

Taking into consideration the high risk nature of the CFDs, we advise a stop loss on each trade and guaranteed stops are available dependant on the size of the transaction.

Vinco Wealth Management CFDs service provides the following bespoke offering:

A dedicated personal advisor to guide you through the markets
Well researched proactive trading ideas
Daily market updates by method of choice
Professionally worked orders to ensure best execution
Competitive commission, margin and daily finance rates
Access to monitor clients’ positions via a mobile app which includes live prices
Daily e-mailed statements and text alerts on executed trades
Breaking news alerts covering broker grade changes, corporate and economic data releases

What are the advantages of CFDs
CFDs are currently exempt from stamp duty*
It is not necessary to pay the full cost of the trade upfront
Guaranteed and normal stop losses available
Margin rates from 5%
Competitive commission rates
Ability to profit from both rising and falling prices

What are the disadvantages of CFDs
Losses can exceed deposits on professional trading accounts
Leverage means potential losses are magnified
Interest is charged overnight on the total value of the trade
No voting rights

Potential trading strategies available
News trading/corporate and economic releases
Trading on analysts’ upgrades/downgrades
Dividend stock trading
Range trading
Momentum/breakout trading
Pairs trading
Acquisitions and takeover targets

*Tax laws are subject to change and depend on individual circumstances. Tax law may differ in a jurisdiction other than the UK.

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