Trade thousands of financial instruments including forex, indices, shares, commodities
and pay no stamp duty on UK shares.
Call 020 7638 6996 or email to discuss opening a trading account.
Benefits of CFD trading with Guardian
Dedicated relationship manager
Highly experienced and qualified, and on hand to assist you as much or as little as you need.
No Stamp duty to pay
Unlike most UK shares there is no stamp duty to pay.
Small initial deposit
With CFDs you only pay a small percentage of the trade value.
Trade with a FTSE 250 company
Authorised and regulated by the FCA (1).
Helps keep your costs of CFD trading down.
Negative balance protection (2)
You can never lose more than is in your account.
What is a CFD (Contract for Difference)?
A CFD is a derivative that allows you to trade on the price on thousands of financial instruments, without owning the underlying asset. You simply place a transaction based on the movement of the price of any given asset and profit if the market moves in your favor or make a loss if it moves against you.
CFDs are leveraged which means you only need a small deposit to control a much larger investment, this feature will magnify your profits and your losses.
CFD Trading markets to trade
Trade Forex on a range of major, minor and exotic pairs using spread betting or CFDs. More 24 Hour markets available than any other platform.
Trade on low spreads across more than 17,000 markets, with some available 24/7.
What are the costs of CFD Trading?
Spread betting is a margined product. This means that you are only required to pay a deposit to control a much larger amount.
This will magnify profits and losses.
This is the cost to trade. The spread is the difference between the buy and sell price. The spread is effectively a commission charged for executing the trade. The spreads we can offer are among the lowest in the industry. You may also be charged overnight funding on some positions.
Guardian Stockbrokers are regulated and authorised and our platform provider IG are listed on the FTSE 250 and authorised and regulated by the FCA.
Negative balance protection applies to trade related debt only and is not available to professional traders.