Global Prime uses the world’s fastest non-bank market makers who specialise in Indices and Commodities trading to give you the tightest prices and best execution.
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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 who filled your trade, execution speed, slippage and more.
Be confident in the quality of trading conditions
Our trading platform and server are 100% automated.
- No one person in our company influences the execution of your transactions.
- Maximum fast execution of all types of orders
All transactions are executed on the market at the best price available
- All types of orders. IN/OUT, Market, Limit, Close by, Close all, etc.
- Rest assured that requotes will not prevent you from closing a trade at the right moment for you.
Low spread and commission
Trade with minimal costs and fees for the broker.
- Best Spreads based on aggregate liquidity
- Be confident that you got a great price
MT5 with FIX API 4.4 Bridge
Direct connection to the liquidity pool of your MT5 account.
- Execution in about 10 ms
- Slippage reduction
- access to liquidity through the NDDFX pricing system
CFDs in Indexes: Why trade?
Our Indices CFDs allow you to take a view on 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.
Key benefits of trading indices
These are markets you should be aware of, even if you don’t trade Indexes.
Take advantage of market movement*
Trade on volatility generated from corporate news and world events
Check our Market hours for open/trading hours across all of our products.
Your questions, answered.
Our non-bank market traders who specialize in Indices or Commodities trading fill CFDs to ensure tight prices and the best execution.
NDDFX компенсируется спредом, который представляет собой разницу между ценами покупки и продажи.
Кроме того, с вас может взиматься ночной финансовый сбор, если вы держите позицию в течение ночи, после 17:00 по восточному времени.
Index CFDs are cash instruments and subject to daily rollover fees. 3 day CFD financing is applied to open positions on Friday to cover the weekend (as opposed to 3 day FX swaps applied on Wednesday rollover).
All of our CFD markets, including markets on MetaTrader, expire.
When a CFD market expires, we close all open positions based on our most recent prices and all open orders are cancelled. To retain your open positions in a market, you must manually open a new position in the next contract month.
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.
With most CFDs, financing is debited for long positions or credited for short positions daily if you are in a position at 5pm ET.
These charges are typically calculated as follows:
F=(S x P x R)/D
F – Daily Financing Charge
S – Number of CFDs (2500)
P – Closing Price
R – Relevant interest rate benchmark, +250 basis points for longpositions or -250 basis points for short positions, e.g. (4.50% + 3.00%) = 7.50%
D – Number of days, i.e. 365 for UK shares and 360 for all others
Benefits of World Class Trading
You'll be able to trade on competitive rates and leverage our global reach.
- We understand what you need
- Trade with a transparent broker
Deep liquidity through ECNs and dark pools. Get the ECN advantage.
- Be a part of an elite trading community
- Be confident in your trading decisions
Range of Markets
Get access to the world's most liquid markets. Trade 24 hours a day.
- Keep up with your favorite assets
- Be confident when trading
Several account Types
Choose the best trading account that suits your trading style.
- Trading conditions on demo and real accounts are as identical as possible.
- Support of any trading strategies.
We've got you covered: technical, fundamental, news, and EA friendly.
- Learn how to trade without worry
- Be in control of your trades
Fast execution speeds from as low as 10ms. Competitive pricing
- Get the best prices in the market
- Get what you want, when you want it
We serve traders like you
from 197 countries
Access to market depth on all account types
Depth of Market (or DoM), is a popular one that allows traders to see market liquidity. This refers to the number of trades on the market at what price.
Market liquidity is an important aspect for traders. If there isn’t enough liquidity in a market to match your orders your orders will be slipped or filled at higher or lower prices than you intended.