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Forex pairs

Forex trading entails the buying and selling of currency pairs to leverage shifts in exchange rates. Key currency pairs frequently traded include EUR/USD, USD/JPY, and GBP/USD.

Standard, Pro

320

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Stock CFDs

CFD, or 'Contracts for Difference', offers traders the unique advantage of speculating on the price movement of stocks without the need to own the underlying assets. Share CFDs enable you to trade shares of major companies, including Apple, Tesla, and Facebook, among others, allowing you to potentially profit from the fluctuations in price.

Standard, Pro

410+

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Commodities

Commodities refer to tangible goods or raw materials often utilized in the manufacturing of other products or consumed directly. These commodities enable traders to speculate on their price movements and potentially profit from these fluctuations. Examples of such commodities encompass gold, silver, oil, natural gas, wheat, corn, and coffee.

Standard, Pro

280+

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Equity Indices

Indices are portfolios of stocks curated to reflect the overall performance of a specific industry or the collective value of the stocks from large companies within that sector. Well-known examples of stock market indices include the S&P 500, which represents the U.S. stock market; the FTSE 100, indicative of the UK stock market; and the Nikkei 225, representing the Japanese stock market.

Standard, Pro

500+

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Metals

Metals, particularly precious metals, are highly valued natural resources historically utilized as stores of value and mediums of exchange. The financial markets commonly trade in precious metals such as gold, silver, and platinum.

Standard, Pro

130+

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Crypto

Cryptocurrencies function within decentralized networks known as blockchains, free from the control of any central authorities like governments or central banks. Popular examples of cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), and Litecoin (LTC)

Standard, Pro

360+