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Indices CFDs Explained


1. What are indices CFDs?

Indices track the performance of a group of stocks, commodities or other assets. Index CFDs allow you to speculate on the price movements of the underlying index without buying the actual stocks or assets. Here are some details:

•Stock market indices - Track major stock exchanges like S&P 500, FTSE 100, DAX, Nikkei 225, etc. You can trade CFDs on the overall index price based on the combined value of its component stocks. For example, buy S&P 500 CFD if you expect the US stock market to rise.

•Sector/industry indices - Track stocks in a specific sector like technology, healthcare or finance. For example, trade NASDAQ 100 Tech CFD to speculate on major tech companies. Or trade MSCI World Energy index CFD for exposure to the oil and gas sector across global markets.

•Bond market indices - Track government or corporate bonds. For example, trade US 10-Year T-Note CFD to speculate on interest rate changes that drive bond yields and prices. Or trade iBoxx USD Liquid High Yield CFD to gain exposure to the junk bond market.

•Commodity indices - Track a basket of commodities like metals, energy or agriculture. For example, trade S&P GSCI Commodity index CFD which includes gold, oil, copper, wheat, etc. Or trade Bloomberg Commodity index CFD for a broader range of futures contracts.

•Volatility indices - Track the expected volatility or price fluctuations of an underlying market. For example, trade VIX CFD to speculate on the anticipated volatility of the US S&P 500 stock index. Higher VIX suggests greater market uncertainty and risk.

•Cryptocurrency indices - Track the overall crypto market or a specific segment like large cap coins or platform tokens. For example, trade CCi30 index CFD which includes major coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP. Or trade DefiPulse index CFD to speculate on Decentralized Finance tokens.

Index CFDs provide easy exposure to the price movements of the overall market or specific segment you choose to trade. They can be used for directional trading, speculation, hedging or portfolio diversification. Index CFDs have lower fees than trading individual stocks or other assets that make up the index. But they may be less liquid or have wider spreads, depending on the particular index.

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