Trade CFDs on Indices

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  • CFDs on US30, US500, UK100, EUGERMANY40
  • No commissions on most instruments
  • Attractive margin requirements
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  • Mini-indices for a fraction of the market price
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Use our experience to your advantage and enter the capital markets through our high-tech trading platform. Fine-tune your strategies using professional analytical features and charts. Personalise your trading sessions via an intuitive and highly customisable interface.

Trade indices CFDs with ease!

An index is a portfolio of company stocks that represents a particular market or industry sector. The major global economies and some of the developing ones have at least one financial index that represents them. Some have more than one.

Indices can be quite volatile and are affected mainly by supply and demand and by major political or economic events related to the country or market they represent. Index trading is quite popular among investors and, according to some sources quoting empirical research, investing in indices tends to outperform active management in the long run.

However, indices can only be traded through derivative instruments that mirror their performance, such as ETFs, index funds, futures or CFDs.