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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Binary Option
How a Forward Rate Agreement (FRA) Hedges Interest Rates
What Is an Interest Rate Swap?
What Is Spread Betting?
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An Introduction to Contract for Differences (CFDs)
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Swap
What You Need to Know About Binary Options Outside the U.S.
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Warrant
Cash Equivalents
What Is Arbitrage?
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5 Popular Derivatives and How They Work
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Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO)
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Trust Preferred Securities (TruPS)
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What is an Asset-Backed Security (ABS)?
Holding Company Depository Receipt (HOLDR)
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Understanding Contract for Difference (CFD) Risks
An Introduction to Swaps
Non-Marginable Securities Definition
What Is a Spot Secondary?
Traders: Which Markets Should You Trade?