If the positions traded on the underlying equity stock or the difference contracts written on the index are moved to the next day, overnight interest (long or short) will be charged or paid according to the position of the investor.
All difference contracts are written on a base entity. The price in the differential contracts is in correlation with the base asset price. Difference contracts can deal with the maturity date of the underlying asset as well as the spot market price. There is no specific maturity in the difference contracts written on equities. In other words, the spot market price is reflected directly to the investor in the contracts of difference where the underlying asset is a stock.
CFDs, which gained momentum in the 1990s, have reached significant transaction volumes in the financial markets, especially with leverage. On the Forex market, CFDs are traded on the same platform, trading in commodities, stocks or parcels, but there is no difference in trading on the platform.
The inclusion of the leverage feature in CFD products also provides a low cost advantage to the investor. With the ability to leverage the existing leverage in the Forex market, the investor has the opportunity to invest in the shares of the world’s largest companies with small collateral.
In addition to CFD products with maturity start and end dates, the open position, which is not a contract duration, must continue with the same conditions over the same transaction size.