In CFD contracts, you do not buy the underlying asset, but speculate on the difference between the purchase and sale price. You can use the so-called leverage effect, through which you can buy financial instruments with a much greater value than the funds you have available.
Thanks to the CFD contract, you can trade for an increase or decrease in the price of the instrument.
The holder of CFD shares does not have the rights of a shareholder, i.e. the holder of physical shares