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Bonds CFDs

Take a position on where you think interest rates are heading with our tradeable government bond markets.

Trade Bonds

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Why trade CFD bonds at 4xvc.com

  • First derivative: Gain more direct exposure to central bank decisions than in Forex
  • Trade inverse and leveraged bond ETFs depending on your strategy and goals
  • Take a position on where you think interest rates are going and what central banks are doing

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Ways to Trade Bonds CFDs

Trade CFDs - A CFD account will allow you to trade on bonds directly and via access to a range of ETFs.

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What is a bond?


A bond is a debt security issued by a government, corporation or other entity to raise capital. When a trader buys a bond, they are effectively loaning money to the issuer in exchange for regular interest payments and the return of the principal at maturity. Bonds have a fixed term, or maturity, which can range from a few months to several decades.

If I hold a CFD position on bond, am I entitled to receive yield payment?


CFDs allow you to speculate on the price of an instrument without actually owning it. It is because of this that your trading outcome is only based on the price fluctuation of the bond. Therefore, you are not entitled to receive bond yields when trading with bond CFDs.

What is the difference between TNOTE and TBOND?


A TNOTE refers to the Treasury Note. It is a debt security issued by the US Treasury with a maturity of 2 to 10 years, while a TBOND refers to a Treasury Bond, another type of debt security issued by the US Treasury with a maturity of 10 to 30 years. Both are considered lower-risk investments and are commonly traded in financial markets, but one has a longer maturity date attached.

Can I check when my CFD on Futures position will be rolled over?


To ensure that you're well-informed about your trades, you can easily locate the rollover date for each CFD by visiting its respective asset class page on the 4xvc.com website. Rollover means switching to a new futures CFD contract - it can affect the underlying contract's value and expiry date. It's crucial to be mindful of the rollover date for each CFD on Futures as it can significantly impact your trading outcomes.