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Indices

Advantages of Index Trading

World's stock markets
Investing directly in the world’s stock markets
Long term
Optimum for both short and long term
Short and Long
Buy and sell according to market trends
No hidden fees.
No hidden fees

Index Spreads and Conditions

Symbol Lot Size Min Lot Max Lot Tick Size Avg Spreads Short Swap Long Swap
DAX30 1 0.01 100 0.1 7.0 -11.3 -14.9
HK50 10 0.01 100 0.1 12.0 -23.3 -19.6
NASDAQ 1 0.01 100 0.1 4.0 -12.1 -11
SPXUSD 10 0.01 100 0.1 1.4 -6.4 -6.1
U30USD 1 0.01 100 0.1 5.0 -24 -21.3
225JPY 100 0.01 100 0.1 12.0 -19.4 -20.2

Symbol Lot Size Min Lot Max Lot Tick Size Avg Spreads Short Swap Long Swap
DAX30 1 0.01 50 0.1 5.0 -11.3 -14.9
HK50 10 0.01 50 0.1 10.0 -23.3 -19.6
NASUSD 1 0.01 50 0.1 3.0 -12.1 -11
SPXUSD 10 0.01 50 0.1 1.1 -6.4 -6.1
U30USD 1 0.01 50 0.1 4.2 -24 -21.3
225JPY 100 0.01 50 0.1 10.0 -19.4 -20.2
Margin requirement for index CFD

In stock index trading, it is possible to trade with a very low margin requirement compared to other products.

Symbols Point Price Required Margin Calculation Formula Ex) Required margin for 1 lot trading
DAX30 EUR Trade Volume x Price / Leverage x EURUSD Rate 1×1300÷100×1.18000=153.40 USD
HK50 HKD Trade Volume x Price / Leverage x USDHKD Rate 10×24500÷100×7.7500=316.41 USDD
NASUSD 1 USD Trade Volume x Price / Leverage 1×11400÷100=114.00 USD
SPXUSD USD Trade Volume x Price / Leveragee 10×3400÷100=340.00 USD
U30USD USD Trade Volume x Price / Leverage 1×28000÷100=280.00 USDD
225JPY JPY Trade Volume x Price / Leverage x USDJPY Rate 100×23000÷100×106.00=216.98 USD

※The trading volume is calculated by lot size x number of lots.

※Swap rate is calculated based on the interbank rate of the index currency. For a Buy position, you will be charged the interbank rate of the currency plus the price increase, and for a Sell position, you will receive the rate minus the price increase.

About Equity Index CFDs


Stock indices, also known as stock indices, are actual stock market indices that measure the value of a particular sector of the stock market. They are calculated based on the weighted average value of the shares belonging to the actual sector of the component stocks. Equity indices can represent a specific stock market, such as the NASDAQ, or a group of large companies that are responsible for a country’s economy, such as the U.S. S&P 500, Germany’s DAX 30 or Japan’s Nikkei 225.

Although the indices themselves are calculated from the price of stocks, markets such as futures and ETFs are formed using the prices of these indices as their underlying assets, and they are actively traded.
In these markets, when the economy is expected to improve, investors buy stocks and prices rise. On the other hand, when the economy is expected to worsen, investors will sell and prices will fall.