Trade CFDs on the World’s Main Indices on an award winning MT4 platform.

Indices Trading

A stock index is one of the most popular investment products among investors. Stock indices track the performance of a basket of individual stocks, enabling the investor to trade on the performance of that stock market as a whole, rather than buying/selling shares in individual companies within the index.   
A stock index reflects local economic conditions. The popular/main stock markets are: US30, UK100, Japan Index and HK50. Ideal investment opportunities: All index transactions can be traded in real-time immediately. Low entry point to the market. Investors may invest in small deal sizes and may benefit from the international stock market fluctuations with long-term and short-term buy-in and sell-out strategies.

Effective Indices Risk Management

Employ risk management tools, such as stop loss and limit orders to safeguard your potential when trading indices

Zero Commission

Tight competitive spreads – meaning you pay less to open a position.

Customer Services

All customers have access to 24/5 localised 1-on-1 customer support, plus tools and educational materials.

Products of Indices offered by TIS

What is CFD Trading?

A CFD (contract for difference) is a popular financial derivative product that allows investors to trade the price changes of different financial assets. A CFD contract is basically an agreement to pay the difference between the opening and closing prices of an underlying asset. As an investor, you will earn profits if your prediction on the price direction movement is right (the broker will pay you the difference); and you will incur losses if your prediction on the price direction movement is wrong (you will pay the broker the difference).

 CFD trading is, in essence, speculating on the price changes of an underlying asset. If you believe the prices of an asset will rise, you will buy the asset or simply go long; if you believe the prices of the underlying asset will fall, you will sell the asset or simply go short. The profits or losses you incur will depend on the difference between the opening and closing prices, as well as the size of the trade position.

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