Indices
Leveraged trading of global Indices with zero commission.

Why Trade CFDs on Indices

Did you know that trading indices can get you exposure to a country’s stock market performance?

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US500
S&P 500

Stock performance of 500 large companies listed on US stock exchanges

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US30
Dow Jones 30

Stock performance of 30 large companies listed on US stock exchanges

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GER40
DAX

Stock performance of 40 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange

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UK100
FTSE 100

Share index of the 100 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange with the highest market capitalisation

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JPN225
Nikkei

Stock market index for the Tokyo Stock Exchange

..and 10+ more

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US500
S&P 500
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US30
Dow Jones 30
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GER40
DAX
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UK100
FTSE 100
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JPN225
Nikkei
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Why Trade Indices with TMGM?


Over 15+ Indices CFDs

Get access to US, EU, UK, AU and Asian Indices.

Up to 1:100 Leverage

Trade CFDs on indices with leverage of up to 1:100

0 Commission

Trade CFDs on Indices with absolutely zero commission.

Spreads from 0.1 pips

Our proprietary TMGM Aggregation engine helps you consistently get the best spreads.

10+ Tier 1 Liquidity Providers

Benefit from the deep liquidity of our pool of top tier liquidity providers to ensure you always get filled at the best rates.

NY4 Servers

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All strategies allowed

Whether you’re a scalper, news trader or EA trader - TMGM provides you the best environment to fulfil your potential.

No Requotes

Never experience a single requote with our deep liquidity pool and lightning execution speeds.

Trusted & Regulated Broker

TMGM is regulated by the world's leading financial regulator, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA)

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When you have nothing to hide
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AUS200
EUSTX50
FRA40
GER40
NAS100
SGCSGD
UK100
US30
US500
HSCHKD
HK50
JPN225

Frequently Ask Question

Stocks represent shares in an individual company. The price of the shares moves solely based on the company's performance, finances, and outlook. Meanwhile, indices track a group of companies that represent an industry or a nation's economy.

If you trade share CFDs, your analysis will focus on financial data and charts for one company. However, with indices CFD trading, you will look at the economy and the stock market as a whole.

An index gives you exposure to an entire market sector. If you wanted to profit from a booming US economy, you could purchase CFDs tracking the S&P 500, for example.

Also, you can use leverage to increase the size of your position without having to contribute more capital. The capital requirements for indices CFD trading are much lower than those for trading index ETFs or futures.

CFDs also track the underlying index. Other derivatives, such as options on index ETFs or futures, do not mirror the price movements as closely due to expiration and time decay, market expectations, and other factors.

Since an index consists of different company stocks, the performance of influential companies, industries, or sectors can impact the price of indices CFDs. However, other factors are also important.

  • Geopolitics can either inspire confidence in the markets or cause uncertainty. Treaty announcements, conflicts, international disagreements, and political changes can cause bear or bull markets depending on whether investors see the changes as positive or negative.
  • Interest rate changes and other monetary policy decisions, which usually come from a central bank, can cause a country's stock market index prices to fluctuate.
  • Government policies, such as trade deals and corporate tax rate changes, can affect stock market index performance. Generally, more pro-business decisions, such as lower tax rates or incentives for certain industries, cause index prices to rise. Meanwhile, tax increases, new regulations, and other factors slowing business processes can cause a drop in index value.

TMGM's indices CFDs use the spot price, which directly tracks the underlying indices, not the futures price. Spot prices are meant for immediate settlement.
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