Go long or short, trade on the world’s popular markets
Speculate on whether an asset's price will move up or down - without owning the asset.
No sign up fees, low-to-zero commission and tight spreads from 0.0 pips*.
Top tech with low latency to keep your trades running as planned.
Your money is kept in independent accounts with trusted Tier 1 banks.
Spot an opportunity, then seize it
Trillions move in the market daily, we've handpicked these CFD trading instruments to give you a head start.
Buy & sell 60+ FX pairs like EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDJPY, AUDUSD & USDCHF.
Speculate on entire sectors like US500, UK100, AU50 & EU50 from one position.
Trade on the yield of top companies like Apple, Meta, Disney, LVMH & Tesla.
Weigh in on the performance of oil, gold, silver, coffee & more with lots from 0.01*.
Predict future price moves on evolving indices & commodity assets like Sing30.
Forecast the performance of entire sectors like robotics, big data and biotech.
Frequently asked questions
What are CFDs & how do I trade them?
CFDs or ‘contracts for difference’ are derivative products designed so that you can trade on the price change of an underlying asset. This means you can trade on the price movements or performance of assets without needing to own them outright - which allows you to go long or short and potentially benefit from either rising or falling markets.
You can also trade CFD indices such as the US500, UK100, AUS200, China50 & Sing30.
What is ‘leverage’ & how do I use it?
We offer up to 1:400 leverage on selected products including precious metals, gold, oil & natural gas commodity CFDs.
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 for USD-related currency pairs. A fractional pip or point is equivalent to 1/10 of a pip. There are 10 points to every 1 pip.
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 1.55313, the spread would be 0.3 pips.
Do you offer margin-free hedging?
Please consider rolling fees over weekends in your financial planning as margin-free hedged positions are not swap-free - unless you are trading on a swap-free account.