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Pick from forex pairs, gold, oil, US stocks, indices and more.
Trade on global markets without switching platforms
We offer competitive prices and spreads from 0.0 pips.*
Will US$ be worth more than the €? Speculate on the movement of global currency pairs.
Think Tesla’s on the rise? Will Disney meet a wicked end? Try trading EU, UK & US shares.
A popular, low-cost way of investing in a group of companies from one open trading position.
Will gold’s value outweigh USD? Trade on the price moves of precious metals, oil & crops.
Open one position to trade on a small group of stocks selected by industry, like robotics or oil.
What are CFDs?
CFD trading (or “Contract for Difference” trading) allows you to open positions on the price performance of an asset - without owning the asset directly. This means you have the flexibility to choose whether you think something’s value will go up or down.
What products can I trade?
Equiti offers instant access to global financial exchanges with major markets packaged into one trading platform. Explore opportunities in FX pairs, commodities like gold, shares, ETFs and indices. We offer rolling and future contracts on selected products with spreads from 0.0 pips.
What are trading products?
Trading products are assets that you can trade online via a broker, such as FX, shares, commodities and indices. Online trading generally refers to buying and selling OTC securities (or ‘Over The Counter' trading instruments) via the internet or other electronic means - such as wireless access or touch-tone telephones. In most cases, customers access a brokerage firm's Client Portal (or website) through their regular Internet Service Provider. Once there, customers may consult provided information, monitor activity and place or close orders by logging into their personal, secure accounts.
What are spreads?
Spreads are measured in pips and show the difference between buy and sell price. In trading, ‘ask price’ (or ‘offer price’) means the price you’d like to buy at, and ‘bid price’ is what you’d like to sell at. In practice, if EURUSD has a bid price of 1.55310 and an ask price of 1.55320, the spread would be 1 pip.
What is a ‘pip’?
A pip, short for ‘point in percentage’, is a very small measure of change in a currency pair in the forex market. It can be measured in terms of the quote or the underlying currency. A pip is a standardised unit for the smallest amount by which a currency quote can change. It is usually 0.0001 and for JPY-pairs it’s usually 0.01. A fractional pip or point is equivalent to 1/10 of a pip. There are 10 points to every 1 pip.