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SixEight

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Hi All,

This week I've been scalping the indices and seeing good success rates, my query involves PRT and maybe me being a bit naive but earlier I was looking at the Germany 30 (DFB) or DAX but when I click the 'i' above the chart on PRT it states the 'type' is Future?

Maybe I've got confused, but the Germany 30 (DFB) should be classified as a share/stock and not a future surely?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Jonathan

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11 minutes ago, SixEight said:

Hi All,

This week I've been scalping the indices and seeing good success rates, my query involves PRT and maybe me being a bit naive but earlier I was looking at the Germany 30 (DFB) or DAX but when I click the 'i' above the chart on PRT it states the 'type' is Future?

Maybe I've got confused, but the Germany 30 (DFB) should be classified as a share/stock and not a future surely?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Jonathan

Hi, you are right, the classification of being a 'Daily Funded Bet' means it is precisely not a Futures contract but both are a type of CFD.

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