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EUR/USD 1.1414 (-1.69%)

EUR/USD 1.1414 -1.69% 22/01/2015 16:56:00 GMT

You can trade EUR/USD CFDs in 3 minutes at Plus500 (risks apply)

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How to trade on EUR/USD CFDs in 3 minutes?

  1. Click on a platform: Windows Trader, WebTrader, iPad\iPhone App , Android App
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  3. Click to "Buy" or "Sell" on EUR/USD.
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What does a "Short" mean?

Short sellers in Plus500 profit when the share price drops.

For example, if an investor thinks XYZ corp. (XYZ) is overvalued at $15 and is going to drop in price, he or she may click on "Short" to open a short position on XYZ. If the stock price goes down to $10, the investor earns $5 per share. However, if the share goes up to $20, the investor would lose $5 per share.

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