Range of Trading Markets
Speculate on the most liquid market in the world by buying one currency while selling another.
- 45+ currency pairs
- Leverage up to 400:1 by request
- High volatility
Trade metals, energies and softs as CFDs without having to own the underlying asset.
- 12 commodity CFDs
- Leverage up to 200:1 by request
- Drivers of global industry
Buy and sell popular stock portfolios made up of influential publicly traded companies.
- 10 index CFDs
- Leverage up to 200:1 by request
- Exposure to global economies
Popular Forex Markets
EUR/USDAustralian Dollar/ United States Dollar
EUR/USD is one of the most traded currency pairs in the world, representing the value of U.S. dollars per one euro. The euro is second only to the U.S. dollar in terms of trading popularity, so many factors affect and contribute to the price and volatility of EUR/USD, including the difference between interest rates of the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank. Learn more.
GBP/USDEuro/ United States Dollar
GBP/USD (which has the nickname 'Cable') represents the amount of USD that can be purchased with one British pound. The pound is an important global currency other countries base the value their currency on and London is the largest hub for FX trading with over 40% of global turnover. Learn more.
AUD/USDGreat British Pound/ United States Dollar
The Australian dollar is commonly referred to by many traders as the “Aussie”. AUD/USD represents the value of U.S. dollars per one Australian dollar. Although Australia is not a large country by population, its resources, stable interest rates and government policies make the Aussie one of the most traded currencies. Learn more.
Popular Commodities Markets
Often referred to as a safe-haven commodity, gold can be used to hedge against inflation and as an alternative to forex trading. Some factors that affect the price of gold are US economic data, inflation and simply supply and demand. Learn more.
Like gold, silver is also a safe-haven precious metal that can be used for hedging. Compared to gold, silver usually performs better when the economic outlook is more bullish and performs poorly then the market is bearish. Industrial supply and demand is a major influencer of the price of silver. Learn more.
Oil is a volatile commodity market tied to the largest economies around the world, so major news events often affect the market. While supply and demand are major influencers, the uncertainty of global tensions, especially in the Middle East, can also cause fluctuations in the price of oil. Learn more.
Popular Indices Markets
The UK 100 made up of the largest British companies by market capitalization, usually companies in mining, energy and financial services. As such, the performance of this index often has a direct correlation to GBP/USD and the UK economy in general. Learn more.
The US 30, better known as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, is one of the most widely recognised stock market indices in the world, made up of some of the largest household names not only in the United States, but around the globe. Learn more.
The AUS 200, or the S&P/ASX 200 index, is made up of the largest 200 companies on the Australian exchange. With Australia having a resource-based economy, most of the companies are involved in mining or banking. Learn more.