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Maybank Kim Eng Contracts for Difference (KE CFD) offer traders the ability to take leveraged exposure to either long or short equity positions with a small initial deposit.

 

 

Trade long and short from one account

Using a single account, you can go long - by buying low and selling higher - when you expect upward price movements, or sell short - by selling high and buying back lower - to take advantage of downward price movements.

 

You'll get the convenience and flexibility to take advantage of any market trend without the need for a margin or scrip borrowing account.

 

Finance up to 10 times your cash deposit

KE CFD provides up to 10 times leverage for key component stocks. This means you need only put down a fraction of the total trade value to open long and short positions.

 

No expiry date

KE CFD has no expiry date - we do not close and re-open your positions after 30 days. You'll save on additional opening / closing commissions and other rollover costs, and you can hold them indefinitely. You need not worry about missing the expiry date, which are usually associated with other derivative instruments.

 

Direct Market Access (DMA) model offers greater transparency

Compared to the market making CFD, Maybank Kim Eng CFD adopts a DMA model that reduces trading restrictions. With DMA, you can participate directly into the order book of the underlying Exchange. This allows for greater transparency since you can see the underlying exchange's order book. There are no price requotes or synthetic prices shown, neither are there additional spreads imposed.

 

Like trading in the underlying market, you can improve the bid and offer price and participate in the pre-opening and closing auctions. Our sophisticated trading platform also allows for advanced order types such as trailing stop or contingent orders (eg. stop loss).

 

Mobile Trading

Trade on the move with KE CFD Mobile App on your Android device, iPhone and iPad! You can place trades into 7 markets, and view all your outstanding positions. Keep on top of your trading gains or losses with a marked to market portfolio, and set 'Take Profit' or 'Stop Loss' orders.

 

MoneySENSE Articles

Learn more about CFDs from these articles from MoneySENSE:

 

 

This information is provided by Securities Association of Singapore and Monetary Authority of Singapore as part of the MoneySENSE national financial education programme.

 

Specified Investment Products (SIPs)

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has introduced new requirements for broking firms to formally assess their retail customer's investment knowledge and experience before selling certain investment products to the customer. These stronger measures and enhanced requirements have been imposed by MAS to further safeguard customers' interests. Under the new measures, brokers must conduct a Customer Knowledge Assessment to assess whether a customer has the relevant knowledge or experience to understand the risks and features of Contract for Differences (CFDs).

 

If you wish to qualify to continue trading CFDs, please visit any of our Customer Service Centres or our Investor Centre to complete the Client Proficiency Assessment (CPA) Form. Alternatively, you can download the form here and mail it to Maybank Kim Eng Securities Pte Ltd at:

 

63 Market Street
#13-01 Bank of Singapore Centre
Singapore 048942


 

 

Trading CFD is very similar to trading stocks. The only difference is that CFD allows you to go long, as well as short, and you only need to put down a small deposit to open a leveraged position.

 

 

Funding your account

To open a KE CFD account, a minimum deposit of S$3,000 is required. You can use this deposit to open long or short positions.

 

Cash is required for deposits. Pledging of shares and using the money in your CPF account are not accepted.

 

Trade - place long or short orders

Once you have a minimum deposit of S$3,000 deposited into your account, you can start trading. Go 'long' if you expect the share price to rise, or 'short' if you expect the share price to fall.

 

You are allowed to buy or short sell positions worth up to 10 times your deposit.

 

Short selling is only limited to stocks that have available scrip borrow. The KE CFD platform has 'live' updates on whether a stock can be shorted. To short sell a stock, just click the 'sell' button to submit the order.

 

If a stock cannot be shorted, please call the CFD Dealing Desk at 6536 2000 and we will source for scrip on a best effort basis.

 

CFD are traded on a margin pre-determined by Maybank Kim Eng. For example, if Stock A is margined at 10%, a client would only need to use S$3,000 to open a S$30,000 position.

 

Example:

Peter deposits S$3,000 into his account and buys S$30,000 of Stock A (that is margined at 10%). Peter is 100% leveraged.

 

A profitable trade

If the trade moves in his favour, the profit he makes will be reflected immediately in his account. If Stock A moves up by 5 cents and Peter makes $500, his account will reflect a balance of S$3,500. He can now leverage up to $35,000.

 

A loss making trade

On the flip side, if the trade moves against him, the losses he incurs are deducted immediately from his S$3,000 deposit. If Stock A moves down by 5 cents and Peter loses S$500, his account will reflect S$2,500.

 

Because S$2,500 is insufficient to support his open initial position worth S$30,000, there will be a margin call on his account at the end of the trading day.

 

He has 2 choices: 1) top up his account with $500 to maintain the S$3,000 needed to support his S$30,000 open initial position, or 2) sell a few lots so that the trade value of his open position is only S$2,500 close the position partially to reduce his exposure on the trade.

 

All profits and losses are reflected 'live' in your account. Hence, you can manage your risk better.

 

Trading Examples :

 

Profitable Short Trade:

 

  Short Singtel Notes
Sell Quantity 10,000  
Price $3.70  
Opening Contract Value

S$37,000

($3.70 x 10,000 shares)

Sell 10,000 shares as a CFD at $3.70

($3.70 * 10,000 shares)

Initial Margin - 10% $3,700 10% * $37,000
Commission - 0.25% $92.50 ($37,000 x 0.25%)
GST (7%) $6.48  
Total Margin Required $3,798.98 Initial Margin + Commission + GST
Close Short Position
Buy Quantity 10,000  
Price $3.50  
Closing Contract Value $35,000

Buy 10,000 shares as a CFD at $3.50

($3.50 x 10,000 shares)

Variation Margin / Profit or Loss $2,000 $37,000 - $35,000
Commission - 0.25% $87.50 ($35,000 x 0.25%)
GST (7%) $6.13  
Finance Charges (10 days)

$40.54

($37,000 x 4.0% / 365 x 10 days)
Net Profit $1,766.85 Profit on the trade - Commission on the open & close of the trade - GST - Financing
Return of Investment 48%  

 

 

Loss-Making Short Trade:

 

  Short SPH Notes
Sell Quantity 10,000  
Price $3.71  
Opening Contract Value

S$37,100

Sell 10,000 shares as a CFD at $3.71

($3.71 x 10,000 shares)

Initial Margin - 10% $3,710 10% of Opening Contract Value
Commission - 0.25% $92.75 ($37,100 x 0.25%)
GST (7%) $6.49  
Total Margin Required $3,809.24 Initial Margin + Commission + GST
Close Short Position
Buy Quantity 10,000  
Price $3.91  
Closing Contract Value $39,100

Buy 10,000 shares as a CFD at $3.91

($3.91 x 10,000 shares)

Variation Margin / Profit or Loss -$2,000 $37,100 - $39,100
Commission - 0.25% $97.75 ($39,100 x 0.25%)
GST (7%) $6.84  
Finance Charges (10 days) $40.66 (37,100 x 4.0% / 365 x 10 days)
Net Profit -$2,244.49 Loss on the trade + Commission on the open & close of the trade + GST + Financing
Return of Investment -60%  

 

Trade - place contingent orders

A useful feature on the KE CFD Trader platform is Contingent Orders. Whether or not an order is placed in the market is generally contingent on an action which you must specify.

 

Example 1:

You have no existing positions. Singtel is currently trading at S$2.95. You feel that Singtel only has a potential upside if it breaks S$3.00. You can place a contingent order to buy 10 lots of Singtel at S$3.01, only if it trades at S$3.

 

Contingent orders are Good till Cancel and will remain in the system until you delete it.

 

Example 2:

You have 10 lots of Singtel at S$3. You want to take profit at S$3.10. Singtel is currently trading at S$3.02. You can place a contingent order to sell 10 lots of Singtel at S$3.10, only if the last traded price hits S$3.10.

 

Contingent orders are Good till Cancel and will remain in the system until you delete it. If you decide to sell Singtel at S$3.05, just note that your contingent order which you have previously set is still 'live'. This means that if Singtel hits S$3.10 and you did not delete your contingent order, you will have a 'short' position of 10 lots of Singtel at S$3.10.

 

Reading your account

There are a few terms on our platform you need to be familiar with in order to understand your portfolio.

 

Gross Liquidation Value (GLV)

When you first deposit S$3,000, the Gross Liquidation Value will show S$3,000. If you use S$2,000 as initial margin to open a S$20,000 position(stock margined at 10%), you will have S$1,000 left in free equity.

 

GLV: S$3,000

IM: S$2,000

FE: S$1,000

 

Gross Liquidation Value is the total sum of money that you can take back if you wish to close your account. It includes the return of initial margin from closing off all your positions, and whatever free equity you have.

 

Initial Margin

When you use S$2,000 to open a S$20,000 position (stock margined at 10%), the initial margin would reflect S$2,000. This is the sum of money which is needed to maintain all your leveraged positions.

 

Free Equity

As the name suggests, this is the amount of money you have left after opening positions. You can use this amount of money to open new positions. For example, if your free equity is S$1,000, you can open up to S$10,000 of positions (stock margined at 10%). If you attempt to open more than S$10,000 of positions, your trade will be rejected.

 

If you have open positions and they make a profit of $500, you will have Free Equity of S$1,500.

 

Essentially, GLV = IM + FE.

 

Margin Utilisation %

If you have S$3,000 in deposit and you leverage it fully to open a S$30,000 position (stock margined at 10%), your margin utilisation will show 100%.

 

If you have S$3,000 in deposit and you use only S$2,000 to open a S$20,000 position (stock margined at 10%), then your margin utilisation will show 67%.

 

A healthy margin utilisation would be under 90%. It is important to leave a little money to buffer any potential losses on your open positions. Levels above 100% mean you are over-leveraged and will go into margin call.

 

Gross Exposure

This is the total value of your trade positions. For example, if you use S$1,000 to open a S$5,000 position (stock margined at 20%) and S$500 to open a S$5,000 position (stock margined at 10%), then your initial margin would show S$1,500 and this is supporting two trade positions with a total gross exposure of S$10,000.

 

Charges

There are 2 charges on every Contracts For Difference trade: Commission (subject to GST) & Financing.

 

These charges are deducted from your account the day after you have made a trade.

 

Example.

You deposited S$3,000 into your account. You use S$2,000 to open a S$20,000 position (stock margined at 10%),

 

Day 1:

GLV: S$3,000

IM: S$2,000

FE: S$1,000

 

The trading day closes and the price remains the same, meaning no profit or loss. Charges will be deducted the next day. If the commission and financing cost S$100, your account will reflect as follows on the next day.

 

Day 2:

GLV: S$2,900

IM: S$2,000

FE: S$900

 

There are no charges if there are no trades. There is also no maintenance fee.

 

Some CFD providers impose an expiry date of 30 days for all open positions. Once your position 'expires', your position is closed and you are charged closing commission. Your position is opened again immediately, and you are charged opening commission. This is called a 'rollover fee' and may amount to substantial cost. Unlike these providers, we do not impose rollover fees. Your open positions do not expire, unless you decide to close them.

 

Margin call

A margin call happens when your account suffers losses and has insufficient money to support the open positions that you have.

 

If your margin utilisation is above 105% by the end of the trading day, you will be required to satisfy the margin call by either depositing funds or by reducing the existing open position.

 

Margin Utilisation = IM / GLV

 

If it is above 100%, you have 2 days to top up your account.

If it is above 133%, you have 1 day to top up your account.

 

Your trading representative will begin force selling if you do not top up your account.

 

Corporate actions

KE CFD mirrors the corporate actions that take place in the underlying share.

 

Here are 2 examples of common corporate actions:

 

Dividends

If you have a long CFD position, your account will be credited with the dividend (nett) on Ex-date.

If you have a short CFD position, your account will be deducted with the dividend (gross) on Ex-date.

 

Rights Issue

If SIA declares 1-for-2 right issues at S$5.00, if you are holding 1,000 SIA CFD on and after ex-date, you will have 500 SIA Rights CFD credited into your trading account. After the credit adjustment, you will have a long position of 1,000 SIA CFD and a long position of 500 SIA Rights CFD. You can choose to exercise the rights via the Rights CFD, sell the Rights CFD, or let it lapse.

 

If you have shorted 1,000 SIA CFD on and after ex-date, you will have a short 500 SIA Rights CFD position debited from your trading account. After the debit adjustment, you will have a short position of 1,000 SIA CFD and a short position of 500 SIA Rights CFD. You will be required to close the 500 SIA Rights CFD position during the rights trading period.

 

Please call the CFD Dealing Desk at 6536 2000 if you have queries on other kinds of corporate actions.

 

eStatements

A statement will be sent to your email every day, regardless of whether you have made a trade or not. This statement will usually be sent in the evening, and it will provide details of trades that you have made the previous day.

 

Please call the CFD Dealing Desk at 6536 2000 if you have any queries regarding your statement.

 

Direct Market Access

CFD providers generally use one of 2 business models: Direct Market Access (DMA) or Market Maker.

 

Our Direct Market Access model puts all client trades directly through to the stock market. This means that a KE CFD trade will affect the price and volume of the underlying share.

 

The price and volume quoted on the KE CFD platform will always be the same as that of the underlying market. Our clients are always assured of 100% transparency. We do not show synthetic prices or impose additional spreads, and will not take positions against clients.

 

With Direct Market Access, trading KE CFD is as good as trading the underlying in the stock market, and with the additional benefits of margin and shorting!

 

How DMA Works

The above example is strictly for illustration only.

 

 

 

Cash vs CFD vs Margin

 

Numerical example

The use of leverage can magnify gains as well as losses. Comparing CFD, Margin and Stock Trading in the tables below, the returns a client can make on a profitable long trade using CFD (10 times leverage) and Margin (2.5 times leverage) are magnified because of the use of leverage. On the flip side, losses are magnified if it is a loss making trade.

 

 

 

 

CFD

vs

Margin

vs

Cash

BUY

Shares

10,000

 

10,000

 

10,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buy Price

$5.00

 

$5.00

 

$5.00

Contract Value

$50,000

 

$50,000

 

$50,000

Cash Outlay

$5,000

 

$20,000

 

$50,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gearing

10 times

 

2.5 times

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add costs :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brokerage

$135.00

 

$200.00

 

$137.50

 

Exchange fees

$0.00

 

$23.75

 

$23.75

 

GST

$9.45

 

$15.66

 

$11.29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net purchase value

$50,144.45

 

$50,239.41

 

$50,172.54

SELL

Sell Price

$6.00

 

$6.00

 

$6.00

Contract Value

$60,000

 

$60,000

 

$60,000

 

Less costs :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brokerage

$162.00

 

$240.00

 

$165.00

 

Exchange fees

$0.00

 

$28.50

 

$28.50

 

GST

$11.34

 

$18.80

 

$13.55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financing costs (30 days)

$205.48

 

$150.00

 

$0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net sales proceeds

$59,621.18

 

$59,562.71

 

$59,792.96

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net Profit/Loss

$9,476.73

 

$9,323.29

 

$9,620.42

 

RETURN

190%

 

47%

 

19%

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFD

vs

Margin

vs

Cash

BUY

Shares

10,000

 

10,000

 

10,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buy Price

$5.00

 

$5.00

 

$5.00

Contract Value

$50,000

 

$50,000

 

$50,000

Cash Outlay

$5,000

 

$20,000

 

$50,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gearing

10 times

 

2.5 times

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add costs :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brokerage

$135.00

 

$200.00

 

$137.50

 

Exchange fees

$0.00

 

$23.75

 

$23.75

 

GST

$9.45

 

$15.66

 

$11.29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net purchase value

$50,144.45

 

$50,239.41

 

$50,172.54

SELL

Sell Price

$4.00

 

$4.00

 

$4.00

Contract Value

$40,000

 

$40,000

 

$40,000

 

Less costs :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brokerage

$108.00

 

$160.00

 

$110.00

 

Exchange fees

$0.00

 

$19.00

 

$19.00

 

GST

$7.56

 

$12.53

 

$9.03

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financing costs (30 days)

$205.48

 

$150.00

 

$0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net sales proceeds

$39,678.96

 

$39,658.47

 

$39,861.97

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net Profit/Loss

-$10,465.49

 

-$10,580.94

 

-$10,310.57

 

RETURN

-209%

 

-53%

 

-21%

 

 

MoneySENSE Articles

 

Learn more about CFDs from these articles from MoneySENSE:

 

 

This information is provided by Securities Association of Singapore and Monetary Authority of Singapore as part of the MoneySENSE national financial education programme.

 

We offer Direct Market Access (DMA) and provide live market feeds for all these markets. Our market guides will provide you with important market information and the list of CFD counters available.

 

Singapore

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

 

Hong Kong

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

 

USA

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

NYSE/NASDAQ Price Feed Subscription (PDF)

 

UK

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

LSE Price Feed Subscription (PDF)

 

Australia

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

 

Malaysia

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

 

Indonesia

Indicative Counter List & Margin Requirement

 

Market Trading Hours

The KE CFD trading platform follows the Australian timezone, which is ahead of Singapore by 2 hours (when Daylight Saving Time is not in effect), or 3 hours (when Daylight Saving Time is in effect).

 

 

TRADING HOURS - When Daylight Saving Time is not in effect in Australia

 

Country
Exchange

Regular Trading

Hours for Exchange

Time in Singapore
Monday - Friday
Singapore SGX

9.00 am - 5.06 pm

 
Hong Kong HKEx

9.30 am - 12.00 pm

1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

9.30 am - 12.00 pm

1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

USA NYSE, NASDAQ & AME

9.30 am - 4.00 pm

9.30 pm - 4.00 am (with daylight savings)
10.30 pm - 5.00 am
UK LSE

8.00 am - 4.30 pm

3.00 pm - 11.30 pm (with daylight savings)
4.00 pm - 12.30 am
Australia ASX

10.00 am - 4.00 pm

7.00 am - 1.00 pm (with daylight savings)
8.00 am - 2.00 pm
Malaysia KLSE

9.00 am - 12.30 pm

2.30 pm - 4.45 pm

9.00 am - 12.30 pm

2.30 pm - 4.45 pm

 

 

 

CFD and other investment products involve the risk of loss and are not suitable for many members of the public. Before investing, you should carefully consider your financial situation and consult your independent financial adviser as to the suitability of CFD for you.

 

 

Highly volatile

CFD are derivatives transactions which provide for adjustment between the parties based on the respective values or levels of certain assets or reference indices at the time of the contracts and at an agreed future time. Such assets or references indices can be shares as well as debentures, stocks, etc. There is no delivery on these contracts which can only be settled in cash. The prices of contracts for differences and the underlying asset or reference indices may be highly volatile and may fluctuate over wide ranges.

 

Losses may exceed initial deposit

CFD are leveraged transactions. An investor must deposit collateral, or "margin", with Maybank Kim Eng in order to transact. The high degree of leverage that is often obtainable in margin trading can work against the investor as well as for the investor due to fluctuating market conditions. The investor may sustain large losses as well as gains in response to a small market movement. While the amount of the initial margin required to enter into a transaction may be small relative to the value of the transaction, a relatively small market movement would have a proportionately larger impact. The investor may sustain losses in excess of any cash and any other assets deposited as collateral with Maybank Kim Eng. The investor may be called upon at short notice to make additional substantial margin deposits or interest payments. In certain instances, the investor's position may be liquidated without his or her consent or notice.

 

Commissions and charges

Before you trade, you should familiarise yourself with the details of all commissions and other charges for which you will be liable.

 

No guarantee that loss will be limited

Under certain trading conditions it may be difficult or impossible to liquidate a position, even if the reference asset or index for a contract for difference is the price on an exchange. For example, this may occur if the price of a security on an exchange rises or falls so rapidly that trading on the exchange is restricted or suspended. A "stop loss" order therefore cannot guarantee that your loss will be limited.

 

Not transacted on a regulated exchange

All CFD will be entered into with Maybank Kim Eng transacting as principal. They are not transacted on a regulated exchange, and the terms and conditions of CFD will be established solely by Maybank Kim Eng. The investor's rights and obligations under a CFD are not assignable or transferable to any person, and the transaction can only be closed out with Maybank Kim Eng during Maybank Kim Eng's normal trading hours.

 

Electronic Trading

What are the electronic trading risks which I need to take note of?

 

KE CFD is an Internet-based platform that allows you to log in anytime, anywhere. Place your own trades online in 7 markets. All positions, profits and losses are summarised in one portfolio. Trade KE CFD on the move with our KE CFD Mobile App on your Android device, iPhone or iPad.

 

 

Internet based platform

Enjoy the convenience of logging in to your KE CFD Trader platform and trading from anywhere, as long as you have an Internet connection.

 

Access multi-markets online

Trade a mix of stocks from several markets, and view all your positions in a single portfolio.

 

'Live' Portfolio

Your positions are marked-to-market, which means that your profit or loss is calculated in real time and presented in a easy to view summary.

 

Customisable layout

KE CFD Trader allows you to create up to 5 tabs, with each tab functioning as a workspace. You can customise each workspace to suit your trading needs.

 

Multi-currency account

Trading in multi-markets means your profit or losses are realised in the base currency of the underlying market, and maintained in the base currency (reflected in your statements). Your KE CFD account is able to hold multi-currencies, or until your instruction to convert to a single currency.

 

Delayed price feeds

This is provided for free in 7 markets. To view 'live' price feed charges, click here.

 

Contingent Orders

Manage your portfolio risk with the use of advanced order types:

 

a) 'Take Profit' or Stop Loss' - Set a price for your open positions at which you would like the platform to automatically place an order once that price level is reached, such that you are able to 'Take Profit' or 'Stop loss'.

 

b) One Cancels Other (OCO) - Set a 'Stop Loss' and 'Take Profit' level, and if either one is reached, the other automatically cancels.

 

c) If Done - Set a price to Buy or Short Sell a certain counter, and if this order is done and becomes an open position, your 'Take Profit', 'Stop Loss' or even an 'OCO' becomes active.

 

Trading platform at a glance

Please view our platform features such as Portoflio, Watchlist, Orders and Analytics here.

 

Mobile Trading

Simply search for 'KE CFD SG' from the App store (for iPhone or iPad), and Google Store (for Android devices). Please view our mobile app platform features here.

 

 

Trade on the move with KE CFD Mobile App on your Android device, iPhone and iPad.

 

 

Place trades in 7 markets (free delayed price feeds)

Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, US (NYSE, NAS), UK (LSE, LSI), Indonesia, Malaysia

 

Marked to Market Portfolio

View your profits and losses in real time with a marked to market portfolio.

 

Contingent Orders

Place 'Take Profit' or 'Stop Loss' orders to manage your risk.

 

Trade

Go long or short on your favourite CFD counters. View margin requirements on the Order ticket.

 

View Orders

View your current trades, amend or delete them.

 

See Charts

View daily, intraday, weekly or monthly charts. Apply indicators such as Bollinger Bands, RSI, MACD, and Volume Oscillator.

 

KE CFD Mobile Apps Download

iPhone, iPad: Download here.

Android: Download here.

 

KE CFD Mobile Apps User Guides

Click here.

 

 

 

 

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