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TRADE INDICES WITH OUR TOP SELECTIONS WORLDWIDE

Select from baskets of industry-leading companies and trade CFDs for their stock prices as a group. We
offer a list of shares from top companies available with deep liquidity and attractive conditions.

You can trade CFDs on popular indices such as Dow Jones Index in U.S or DAX30 in Germany. The best
thing about trading CFDs for indices is that you can either take a long or a short position in the market
and still profit from any price movement!

Why trade Indices with GKFX Prime?

Our careful selection of indices ensures easy access and top trading conditions for clients worldwide. You
can start trading German DAX index or NAS 100 as easy as a few taps on your devices.

Top Conditions

Spreads go as low
as 0.0 pips with our
ECN Zero account

Best Instruments

Best major, minor &
exotic currency pairs
from global markets

Client Safety

BVI regulated broker
with client insurance
up to $3,5M

Fast Execution

300+ M executions so
far with low latency
and counting

Local Support

24/5 expert customer
support, available in 14
languages

Sponsorships

Proud and Official
Trading Partner of
Arsenal FC

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TOP REASONS TO TRADE WITH GKFX PRIME

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Trade CFDs 24/5 with us.

  • Top Conditions Competitive spreads and hassle-free withdrawal process
  • Best Instruments Top FX pairs and other CFDs from global markets...
  • Client Safety BVI regulated broker with client insurance up to $3,5M
  • Fast Execution 300+ M executions so far with low latency and counting
  • Local Support 24/5 expert customer support, available in 14 languages
  • Sponsorships Proud and Official Trading Partner of Arsenal FC

INDICES - F.A.Q.

How to choose between indices?

Indices contain various shares and bonds, usually from the same country or the same region. Each set has a calculated index value, dominated by major companies in the group. Spotting these “locomotives” can give a sense of direction for the rest of the group. The more a company is worth, the more its share price will affect the index as a whole.

How to trade indices

You can trade indices with GKFX Prime easily. Sign up for a free account and start trading top selections worldwide. You can immediately begin to trade shares of major companies worldwide, wherever you are. Don’t have enough experience or free time for trading indices? Consider copying working strategies from successful traders or joining our social trading program to invest instead

What are indices?

Indices are groups of securities for top companies’ shares bundled together for convenience. Traders don’t own the shares, they trade CFDs on these baskets such as Dow Jones Index in U.S or DAX30 in Germany. You can either take a long or a short position in the market when trading indices. Shares of the largest companies in the bundle usually have the largest impact on the price as well.

What are the benefits of trading Indices?

Traders who analyze a specific industry or a market segment may find indices useful as the index values may give indications in comparison to other industries. This may be helpful for better understanding the overall trends in the markets. Indices also have the advantage of adding diversity to your portfolio and managing your risk effectively.

What is dividend?

Each year public companies announce how much profit they will share with a class of stock holders. This is called a dividend. They can be in several forms: cash, more shares or other assets.

When trading shares, dividends will be credited/debited from your account after the market closes. Shares CFDs usually gain or lose value before this expected announcement and it reflects on the market. So, this increase or decrease in price usually offsets the dividend credit/debit.