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TRADING INSTRUMENTS

Start trading more than 400 products on GKFX Prime with competitive prices and
accurate execution. Besides Forex, you can trade Stocks (Shares), Indices
and Commodities with us.

PREMIUM INSTRUMENTS FOR ‘PRIME’ TRADERS

Forex

40+ pairs with low spreads
& fast execution

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Indices

CFDs on popular company
shares worldwide

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Stocks

Trade CFDs for share
baskets anytime of the day

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Commodities

Diversify your portfolio with Metal and Energy CFDs

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Cryptos

Trade coin CFDs easily.
No digital wallet, no hassle!

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TOP REASONS TO TRADE WITH GKFX PRIME

The markets never sleep. Neither does GKFX Prime.
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

LEARN ABOUT CFD TRADING

How do CFDs work?

As a trader, you can invest money and take a price position in the market. If the price of the instrument (such as an FX pair) changes according to your prediction, you profit. Otherwise you lose.

What are the advantages of CFDs?

Brokers offer ‘margin trading’, providing leverage for clients. This means traders can take larger positions in the market than their actual investment. Also, unlike other investment methods, your chances of profit are not tied to the asset value. You can take a short position (sell) and profit from the decrease in price. Finally, there are fewer restrictions and limitations for accessing the markets.

What are the disadvantages of CFDs?

Margin trading is risky as the markets are volatile and require close monitoring. With sharp price movements, you might lose the margin necessary to keep a position open. GKFX Prime offers stop loss mechanism and regularly warns clients to protect against such erratic movements.

What is CFD trading?

It stands for ‘Contract for Difference’. The ‘contract’ here is between the investor (you) and the broker (us). The ‘difference’ part refers to the changing price of a trading instrument. Without owning any asset, you can speculate on the price change in any market. If the price of the instrument (such as an FX pair) changes according to your prediction, you profit. Otherwise you lose.