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You know, I’ve been thinking about this issue for a little while. I mean about this “trading zen” you’ve mentioned. Jokes aside this zen does not seem to be reachable that easily. I don’t trade long term but I have a strange feeling that I don’t even try, because I doubt I can. I’ve heard many times that longer-term trading is easier, less stressful, etc. But why, why do so many people keep daytrading?Alright, I see. Your arguments look really important. But ok, lets say, I decide trading CFDs with Trade.com, not sending the money to IPO’s or special investments portfolios. And lets say my trading zen allows me “forget” about my opened long positions. And - the story is a story - while I wait for my investments to grow into something significant, broker goes bankrupt for one or another reason. What will happen? In case I buy stocks - stocks are mine no matter what happens to the broker, from what I understand. But with CFDs I won’t really own the asset. So what will happen to my funds if the broker is no longer there?