Futures CFD Forex Trading Book - Current Portfolio and performance summary table

== Recent Trades ==
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Trade-Good : Futures CFDs +5%, Forex +2%
Trade-Excellent : Futures CFDs +20%, Forex +8%

The table shows the current portfolio and performance and it may be helpful for Position traders. The goal is to profit from the move in the primary trend rather than the daily short-term fluctuations. For Reference Only.

Position Trading : hold a position for the long-term (weeks to months and years) to profit from the move in the primary trend. Swing Trading : a short-term (days to a couple of weeks) trading method and focuses on taking smaller gains.

Abbreviations used in the table are:
Gold (XAUUSD, Spot gold) Silver (XAGUSD, Spot silver) Platinum (XPTUSD, CME NYMEX: PL, Platinum Futures, CFD) WTI (CME NYMEX: CL, WTI crude oil Futures, CFD) N.GAS (CME NYMEX: NG, Natural gas futures, CFD) Corn (CME CBOT: ZC, Corn futures, CFD) Euro (EURUSD, Euro to Dollar rate) GBP (GBPUSD, Pound to Dollar rate) AUD (AUDUSD, Australian Dollar to Dollar rate) CAD (USDCAD, Dollar to Canadian Dollar rate) SPX (CME: ES, S&P 500 index futures, CFD)

Trading is based on the expectations of the future, it may be right or wrong. Trading brings a variety of results depending on various factors such as market, leverage, investment amount, chart time frame and so on. In my case, the commodity markets feel better to trade. I prefer CFDs to futures. As CFDs have no fixed maturity (expiry date), it allows to do position trading. The most important thing, I guess, is finding one's own way of trading and a suitable market.