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Share CFD chart of the day – Todays REAL market example attached and how it works

19 July 2019 By Mike Smith


As many of you know GO Markets now offer ASX Share CFDs (and will soon add US Share CFDs to the products you can access).
Alongside the launch of access of these we offer an online course for those who are interested in learning, and potentially ultimately trading, this financial instruments in combination with other vehicles you are currently trading.

One of the additional educational support mechanisms we have in place for those who are eligible to trade Share CFDs is to offer a package which not only includes the course but also a chart of the day three times per week.

Although these obviously are not recommendations to take trading action (you should have a trading plan that helps dictate this for you as an individual trader) they are designed to reinforce some of the learning on the course in the real context of the market taking into account some of the technical and fundamental issues that could be taken into account when making entry decisions (of course exits should always be pre-planned also).

We have attached an example from today’s trading session to this article.

If you are interested in the Share CFD course packages to find out more then email or contact us on the phone number below.


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