CFD Restrictions

“We have a regulatory obligation to minimize the risk of a single event causing us to fail.”

The above is the answer I got to my enquiry as to why so many CFDs are on “restricted trading” status…?

When you try to place an order you just get:-

“The maximum remaining quantity for long positions with this instrument is 0”.

Is there any true logic behind these restrictions… other than to stop us trading an instrument that is “going up”?

PLEASE if anyone understands the real reason they do this please explain…

Thank you

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