CFD futures are based on futures contracts traded on futures exchanges with an expiry date which GBE brokers publishes on its website . In contrast to exchange-traded futures, there is no physical delivery for CFD futures in the event of an open position after the expiry date. Open CFD futures positions are automatically closed on the expiry date and the price difference between the opening price of the position and the price at which the position is closed is either credited or debited to the trading account. In addition, the expiry dates of CFD futures may differ slightly from those of exchange-traded futures, as CFD futures often expire on the day on which the trading volume changes. The minimum trading volume for CFD futures is 0.01 lots and there are no swap fees if positions are held overnight.
If you believe that the value of the DAX CFD future will rise, then, for example, you buy (long) 0.1 lot of DAX CFD future at the current market price at an index level of 16,000 points. Let's assume that the price of the DAX CFD future rises to 16,100 points. If you close your long position in the DAX CFD future that you previously bought at the current market price of 16,100 points, this results in a difference of 100 points or EUR 250.00 profit (1 DAX CFD futures point corresponds to EUR 2.50 for 0.1 lot). And vice versa.
* Please note that the value of the products may change. The examples on our website are hypothetical and should not be used as guidance or advice. You can always contact our team if you have a question.
- different number of time levels and indicators
- different number of order types
- different programming languages (MQL4, MQL5)
The below table includes all the CFD-Futures we offer
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*In regards to Futures Products please read the Expiration Dates. Future Symbols can be identified by the month code and the last two digits of the year (e.g. DE40.M24).
Further information on the specifications of the CFD products can be found in our product specifications.