Retail Forex broker RoboForex is now officially a CFD broker too, as the company has added contracts for difference to its menu of trading instruments. CFDs can be traded on ECN-Pro NDD (MT4) accounts, where USD is the base currency.
The CFD list includes ones on shares in UK, German, and US companies; on spot crude oil, as well as on indices like FTSE 100, S&P 500, NASDAQ, and DJIA.
The CFD trading is accessible for owners of ECN-Pro NDD accounts across the whole RoboForex group. This means that the new instruments are available to clients of RoboTrade Ltd, regulated in Belize, as well as to clients of RoboForex (CY) Ltd, with regulation in Cyprus.
The launch of the new trading instruments comes as the broker is significantly improving its trading conditions – earlier this month it introduced fixed 0 spreads on all sorts of cent and standard accounts. Another note to make is that the moment of the CFD introduction by RoboForex coincides with a significant reduction in the CFD lineup conducted by Alpari RU. The Russian Forex broker is leaving only CFDs on Brent and WTI crude oil futures in its menu of such instruments.
You can learn more about the CFD offering by RoboForex if you visit the Contract Specifications page.