Indices

An index is made up of a group of shares and is used to track the performance of a country’s economy, a market sector or an exchange. When trading Indices, you’re trading on the performance of stocks without taking physical ownership of an asset - all you’re doing is trading on the direction of the price movements of certain securities. Traders are able to nominate a relatively small sum then apply leverage to gain more exposure to the trade, therefore enhancing the potential for profit.

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Why trade Indices?

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Real-time pricing, linked to actual stock market performance.

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Sell short or long and trade whichever direction the market goes.

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Maximum exposure from minimal investment - margins as low as 1%.

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Flexible leverage to control your level of risk.

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Extremely tight spreads offering potential to profit from small price movements.

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Top indices available to trade, including FTSE, Dow Jones and S&P.