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How long can a CFD position be held
There are no expiry dates on CFDs, so both long or short the CFD position can be held indefinitely as long as you can fund the position - see introduction to CFDs for more information on how financing works.

However, there is a general rule of thumb that states long CFDs, because they levy a financing charge, start to get expensive to hold after 4-6 weeks.

How long can a CFD position be held
CFDs therefore are not best suited for investing in shares which you wish to hold for a long period. They are ideal for short term trading and speculation.
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