CFDs: A Trader’s Guide to Contracts for Difference & Technical Analysis
By John Jeffery
Focusing on the technical side of Contracts for Difference (CFDs), this book by John Jeffery looks at length into how exactly CFDs came to be considered as one of the most exciting current trading instruments. With a selective analysis of the history and formation of CFDs, as well as how they compare to other markets, this work offers a comprehensive guide to traders of any experience.
John Jeffery seeks to make his 200-page book, CFDs: A Trader’s Guide to Contracts for Difference & Technical Analysis, the one-stop shop for everything technical when it comes to trading with CFDs. Jeffery calls on his career experience as a CFD trader and investment consultant to deliver a guide set to offer as much benefit to those starting out as it will to traders needing a refresh.
The book begins to analyze just how CFDs became such a hot talking point in market terms, and what exactly they are in impressive detail. Far from just quick dictionary definitions, Jeffery is able to use his consultancy background to explain how CFDs can be used for such benefit, and also to highlight the serious risks that come with trading capital, and how these pitfalls can best be avoided.
Confident that his work appeals to all levels of experience, this guide to CFDs is able to break down jargon and also help to cement strategies and ideas to improve results for all traders. To help paint the picture, this piece also compares other derivatives in the market, and outlines the finance options available to start trading with CFDs.
Finishing with a look at how serious technical analysis can be more easily applied to real-world applications of CFD trading, this book is a great addition to any CFD trader library.
Length: 200 pages
Publication Date: November 20, 2016