Trade global market indices with a global broker

Discover your trading opportunity with popular stock portfolios

Trading is risky.

When you trade indices with an industry-leading broker, you can expect to choose from an industry-leading selection of indices. FXKM offer CFD trading for spot indices on some of the world’s most active securities, meaning that you can choose to buy and sell indices at their spot price to suit you and your trading strategy.

Why trade major world indices with FXKM?

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Globally regulated & licensed

Our brand is regulated and licensed under the ASIC

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Dedicated support in 18 languages

We speak your language so that you can feel at home while trading with us.

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Ultimate transparent

FXKM’s Performance statistics, including Requote, Slippage and Order Execution, are checked by PwC.

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Secure & Safe

Your funds are kept in segregated accounts, and your trades are secured by negative balance protection.

CFD trading on spot indices

CFD trading on spot indices is a convenient and flexible way for investors to diversify their portfolios — and these assets continue to be a popular choice among traders today. Choose from an eclectic range of spot indices and access the international markets, including:

Massive market liquidity

The market is open 24/5 – trade any time that suits you.

Low minimum deposits

FXKM’s superior online trading conditions ensure that you can trade indices with leverage to suit your trading style and investment goals. This can strengthen your positions and potentially maximise profits – although you should remember that leverage can also amplify your losses.

Key benefits of trading CFDs on indices

Can be traded long or short to suit your trading strategy

Enjoy the flexibility of long trading hours

Great for portfolio diversification

What are indices?

Indices, or indexes, are portfolios of stocks. These stocks are grouped together in accordance with a particular sector or a particular market: the GDAX (or Dax 30), for example, consists of 30 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The ND100m includes stocks from the top technology companies in the US.

How does CFD trading on spot indices work?

A Contract for Difference (CFD) is a contract made between a buyer and a seller for a specified product. The seller agrees to pay the buyer the price difference between the current price and the price at the end of the contract. This means that when you trade CFDs on indices, you are aiming to profit from the movement of an index - instead of investing in the index itself. Investors trade CFDs on spot indices on online trading platforms, using stock trading accounts such as FXKM’s Standard MT4 account.

Trading platforms for CFD trading

Combine the power of MetaTrader with FXKM’s award-winning services for an unbeatable trading experience.

We offer the industry’s leading trading platforms MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 on your PC, Mac, mobile or tablet to suit you.

These intuitive platforms are equipped with all the tools you need to maximise your trading potential, including technical indicators, interactive charts and a powerful security system.

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Start trading CFDs on Indices

Leverage

Leverage enables you to increase your buying power. Keep in mind that that leverage can boost your losses as well as your profits.

With the FXKM ECN Account you can trade CFDs on indices with floating leverage up to 1:2000, and on the Standard Account you can trade with instant execution.

*Leverage is offered based on your knowledge and experience.

Spreads

Our CFD trading accounts have tight spreads. With FXKM you can enjoy competitive spreads starting from just 1.5 pips on Standard accounts and 0.1 on ECN MT4 accounts.

Trading Hours

The indices markets open at different times throughout the day, with the US Tech 100 (Mini) – for example – opening at 01:30 and closing at 23:00.

Traders can access FXKM’s trading services whenever a market is open, meaning you can trade CFDs on indices 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.

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Your capital is at risk.