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Markets Invest uses the world’s fastest non-bank market makers who specialize in Indices and Commodities trading to give you the tightest prices and best execution.

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Why trade Indices CFDs with Markets Invest?

If you’re after tight spreads and great execution then you’ll love our Index CFD offering. We use specialist non-bank market makers to derive a fast and sharp price across our range of Index CFDs. You’ll frequently see one of the tightest spreads in the world on the Dax and Dow, two of the most popular indices for CFD traders.

You’ll be able to verify our performance with trade receipts that show the bank that filled your trade, execution speed, slippage, and more.

Why trade Index CFDs?

Our Indices CFDs allow you to take a view of the world’s largest and most important global stock markets without trading or owning the underlying shares. Indices such as the DJIA index (US30) represent a basket of the 30 largest companies listed on US stock exchanges. These Indices can be bought or sold using a CFD with the aim of generating a profit.

Most traders will know the value of the S&P500 and DJIA in order to understand the current market sentiment/regime/theme, e.g. risk on or risk off, bullish or bearish, am I a buyer or seller? Even if you’re not an Index trader, these are markets that you’ll want to keep an eye on.


How does INDICES trading work?

Index CFDs are contracts for differences over a range of global stock market indexes. For example, the US500 and NAS100 Indices represent a basket of blue chip stocks listed on US stock exchanges. This means that when you trade an Index CFD, you are taking a position against the broader market rather than a single stock.

Index CFDs also have the benefit of trading outside of the normal market hours of the stock exchange, similar to how the FX market trades. This means traders can manage their risks more effectively.

Index CFDs are valued in the currency of the respective stock exchange which they derive their value from. For example, the US Indices (US500, US30, and NAS100) are valued in US dollars, the GER30 is valued in Euros and the AUS200 is in Australian dollars.

Trading Conditions

View our trading conditions across our full range of products to see how trading with Markets Invest is your next best move.

  • Swap Fees

    Current swap rates and overnight interest charges

  • Market Hours

    The open/trading hours across all of our products

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ECN Account Features

  • Pricing & Execution

    ECN | STP | NDD

  • Minimum Deposit

    A €200 or equivalent

  • Min. Trade Size

    0.01 Lots

  • Spreads

    From 0.0 Pips

  • Zero Fee

    Funding & Withdrawal

  • Max. Trade Size

    Up to 1000 Lots

  • Leverage

    1:100 or 1:200

  • Margin Call/Stop

    120% & 100%

  • Free VPS

    Trade over 20 lots / month

  • Available Markets

    48 FX, 20 Commodities, 14 Indices

  • ECN Account Types

    Individual, Joint, Corporate and Trust accounts

  • Currencies & Commissions

    7 AUD, 7 USD, 6.2 EUR, 5.4 GBP, 9.5 SGD, 9 CAD

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Frequently Asked Questions

CFDs are filled by our non-bank market makers who specialise in Indices and Commodities trading to ensure the tightest prices and best execution.

Our CFD prices come from our stack of non-bank market makers who derive prices by way of a fair value estimate of the price in the underlying market (futures, indices, stocks etc) whilst accounting for factors such as their exposure and hedging requirements.

Indices are a measurement of the price performance of a basket of stocks from an exchange. For instance, the AUS200 follows the 200 largest companies on the Australian Stock Exchange and the US500 that tracks the largest 500 companies by market cap on the following exchanges; NYSE, NASDAQ, CBOE. Our indices CFDs are derivative securities that track the underlying markets as well as the pricing from our CFD providers and enable clients to speculate on price movements without having to actually own the actual futures product.

CFD trading is extremely risky. As you are trading a leveraged product, you will have the ability to open positions that are far larger than your account balance. Accordingly, it is possible to lose more than your account balance.

Maximum leverage for all CFDs is 1:100.

Market conditions will vary outside of market hours and the spreads on these products will be wider. The underlying market that Indices CFDs are based on can be closed or less liquid. CFD providers are able to offer a fair value estimate of where the futures market would be, enabling 24h pricing. Please be wary of this and ensure that you are aware of the increased volatility present outside of market hours.

Positions held overnight (17:00 ET/EDT) will be charged or paid a swap/financing fee.

0.10 lots except for US500, JPN 225 and HK50, these have a 1 lot minimum.

The market hours for indices follows the underlying market from which they are based.

One index point is = to 1 unit of base currency. For instance, one index point of the UK100 is = to 1 GBP whereas 1 index point of the NAS100 is = to 1 USD.

Markets Invest has some of the tightest CFD spreads in the world.

Yes, dividend payments are adjusted after the fact and are either charged or credited to your account depending on your position – usually on the day following the ex-dividend date.