The Foreign Exchange (FX) market is the largest, most liquid, market in the world. In fact, it’s larger than the stocks and futures markets combined. In addition to trading for profit – also called speculative trading, forex is traded typically to diversify investment portfolios and to hedge against exposures in other assets.

Contracts for Difference, or CFDs, are a simple way to trade many of the global financial instruments, including commodities, indices, equities and government bonds. A CFD is essentially a derivative product that tracks the price movement of an underlying market, for example a stock market index like Dow Jones or a heavily traded commodity like gold. At ADSS, we offer a wide range of financial asset classes that can be traded via a CFD.