Trading Instruments

Trading instruments refer to the different types of markets you can trade. Sometimes called securities, they range from commodity futures to stocks and CFDs, to currencies and metals, and more.

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Forward Rate Agreement (FRA)
Interest Rate Swap Definition: Types and Real World Example
Spread Betting
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Swap Definition & How to Calculate Gains
What You Need to Know About Binary Options Outside the U.S.
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Derivative Warrants Explained: Types and Example
What Are Cash Equivalents? Types, Features, Examples
Arbitrage: How Arbitraging Works in Investing, With Examples
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Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDOs): What It Is, How It Works
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Trust Preferred Securities (TruPS)
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Asset-Backed Security (ABS): What It Is, How Different Types Work
Holding Company Depository Receipt (HOLDR)
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Risks With Contracts for Differences (CFD)
Non-Marginable Securities: Definition, Examples, Vs. Marginable
Spot Secondary