Market Index: A Collection of Stocks
Investing in stocks has a wide appeal globally, but the barrier to entry can often be high. Say you want to invest in an economy through an index to attempt to mirror the performance of that economy.
You could simply buy shares in all the stocks on the index, but that could get costly, especially in light of broker’s fees for transactions. Some turn to the futures market, trading the index through an ETF. The ETF is a fund that has shares in all the stocks in the index. With ETFs, you generally have 100% margin, meaning you have to put up the full value of the index to participate.
Enhanced CFD Execution means you trade without minimum stop distances on most products, including US30, NAS100 and the GER30.
Trade commission free with no exchange fees—your transaction cost is the spread. Set aside a fraction of the total trade size for global indices
Deep liquidity makes it easier to get in and out of trades at any time, even in large sizes. Micro-contract sizes give you the flexibility to risk less per trade.