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Indices

Trade Indices with GO Markets

Indices are a diversified method of trading on the movements of global equity markets but do not require you to trade, identify, or directly own any particular stocks or stock groups.

This means, for many traders, they are free to focus their efforts on a few index CFDs as opposed to needing to analyse tens of dozens of stocks to make a trading decision.

GO Markets allows you to access the Cash CFD of an underlying Futures contract, which means you are only trading on the movement of the Index's prices. This allows you to access smaller contract sizes, perfect for traders who are just beginning to trade.

If you want to test an Index CFD trading system live on MetaTrader 4, this can be done using a GO Markets Demo Account.

Losses can exceed deposits.

Benefits of Trading Index CFDs

Gain exposure to a group of stocks in one trade

Trade long or short with fast execution

Spread-based only with no commission fees

Leverage starting at 100:1

A wide range of Index CFDs are available to you through the world's leading Forex and CFD platform, MetaTrader 4. As Indices are one of the world's most popular trading products, 13 Cash CFDs and 2 Futures CFDs are accessible to you, including the following major Indices:

Cash CFDs

UK100 CAC 40 S&P 500 ASX200
GER30 Euro Stoxx 50 Nasdaq 100 Nikkei 225
IBEX 35  Dow 30

Product Details

Below is the full list of the global indices you get access to via our MetaTrader 4 trading platform. Please note that all indices offered are provided as a CFD.

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Cash CFDs
Instrument MT4 Symbol Contract Size Currency Min. Trade Size Example of Tick Value
UK100 UK100 £10 x symbol value GBP 0.01 6800>6801
GER30 GER30 €10 x symbol value EUR 0.01 10000>10001
IBEX 35 ESP35 €10 x symbol value EUR 0.01 9150>9151
CAC 40 FRA40 €10 x symbol value EUR 0.01 4500>43501
Dow Jones Industrial Average US30 $10 x symbol value USD 0.01 18000>18001
Euro Stoxx 50 EUSTX50 €10 x symbol value EUR 0.01 3000>3001
S&P 500 SPX500 $50 x symbol value USD 0.02 2000.5>2001.5
Nasdaq 100 NAS100 $10 x symbol value USD 0.01 4800>4801
ASX200 AUS200 $10 x symbol value AUD 0.01 5000>5001
Nikkei 225 JPN225 ¥100 x symbol value JPY 0.01 17000>17001

FUTURES CFDs CONTRACTS

GO Markets will automatically roll any open positions in Futures CFD contracts which will result in paying the spread (value of ASK – BID price) upon the roll. The rollover arises when the underlying instrument associated with a CFD is due for expiry and GO Markets begins to price the CFD from the next available futures contract. As the next dated futures contract trades at either a discount or a premium to the expiring futures contract, your trading account will be credited or debited the difference between the closing price of expiring contract and the opening price of the new contract, depending on your net exposure of the rolled instrument. GO Markets will generally roll futures contracts within 72 business hours of the current contract expiry date in order to avoid low liquidity and larger spreads as the current futures contract approaches expiry.

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Futures CFDs
Instrument MT4 Symbol Contract Size Currency Min. Trade Size Example of Tick Value
Bund Bund €10 x symbol value USD 0.01 161.305>161.315

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Losses can exceed deposits.

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