Trade leading indices as CFDs with zero commission and ultra competitive spreads through a trusted and regulated global broker.

What is an Index?

An index is a way to track the performance of a specific group of assets – such as tech companies and other publicly traded companies – and their stock prices. Trading indices is generally considered safer than trading individual stocks since no single company can sharply influence the overall price of the index.

Trading index CFDs is a balanced way to trade the world’s top financial markets as it reduces the need to analyse the performance of an individual company’s stock.

With LondonEX, you can invest in the most globally traded stock market indices including DOW, S&P 500, DAX 30, FTSE 100, EURO STOXX 50 and NASDAQ 100.

Why Trade
Indices
with LondonEX?

  • Over 30+ index CDFs

    Access to major global indices, inc. US, UK, Europe

  • No Brokerage Fees

    Enjoy no brokerage fees on standard accounts with LondonEX

  • Zero Commission

    Deposit and withdraw freely with $0 commission

  • Competitive Spreads

    Super competitive spreads with ultra fast execution speed

  • High Leverage

    Leverage up to 1:100

  • Service

    The ultimate customer service with VIP live chat and 24/5 phone support to help you with your trades and account.

Trading Share CFDs vs Index CFDs

An index reflects the average movements of all the stocks within an index, which can result in lower volatility.

Share CFDs reflect the price movements of individual shares which can be more volatile. While it’s rare for one news item to move an index more than a few percent, it is fairly common for a share price to move 5% or greater in a day.

Share CFD trading concentrates on a single company, while index CFD trading concentrates on overall market sentiment.

Share
CFDs

  • Higher volatility
  • Often move over 5% when news is released
  • Influenced by company specific news

Index
CFDs

  • Access multiple indices with one trading account
  • Trade market action from around the world
  • Go long and short, and use leverage with small or large amounts of capital

Share
CFDs

  • Higher volatility
  • Often move over 5% when news is released
  • Influenced by company specific news

Index
CFDs

  • Access multiple indices with one trading account
  • Trade market action from around the world
  • Go long and short, and use leverage with small or large amounts of capital