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What are DMA CFDs?

DMA CFDs, or Direct Market Access Contracts for Difference, are a type of financial derivative that allow traders to speculate on the price movements of various assets, such as stocks, commodities, or currencies, without actually owning the underlying asset. A CFD is a contract between two parties, the buyer and the seller, who agree to exchange the difference in the value of the underlying asset at the time the contract is entered into and the time it expires. DMA CFDs differ from other types of CFDs in that they provide the trader with direct access to the underlying market, allowing them to see the actual prices of the assets and to place orders directly on the market. This can provide advantages such as potentially better execution prices, and greater transparency.

“The goal of the good trader, paradoxically, is not to make money. His goal is to trade well.” – Alexander Elder

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