Indices Trading with ROI
When you trade at stock markets, you need to understand what indices are, because they measure the performance of a group of stocks. It is also advisable to choose a certain index, before you start trading. In what follows, we are explaining what indices are, how to trade them, what markets are available to traders, and how they differ from one another. After reading our explanation, you will possess deeper knowledge of indices and will begin to trade them with professional confidence.
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Indices are a measurement of the price performance of a group of shares from an exchange. The NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) is an electronic stock exchange that tracks more than 3,300 companies, which makes it the stock exchange with the greatest trading volume in the USA. The FTSE 100 tracks the 100 largest companies on the London Stock Exchange. The Dax, a blue-chip stock market index, consists of the 30 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. If the average share price of the companies listed on these indices increases, these indices will climb. If the companies sink, these indices will dip with them. Trading indices is more convenient than trading individual stocks since by trading indices, you get exposed to an entire sector or even economy. And to do this, you need to open only one position.
What are the Indices available on ROI?
Magnify the size of your trades without committing large amounts of capital. Leverage of up to 1:150 allows you to start trading CFDs with as little as 100 $ to gain the effect of 15 000 $ capital!
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