You'll be able to speculate on whether or not an event will occur across major indices, forex pairs and commodities, with timeframes starting at five minutes.
Our new digital 100s...
Will the settlement price be at or above a specified strike price when the digital 100 expires?
Will the settlement price reach or pass a specified strike price before or when the digital 100 expires?
Will the settlement price be at or above the previous period's close price when the digital 100 expires?
Will the settlement price be between a specified range when the digital 100 expires?
Settlement price: The reference price which determines whether or not you have won or lost the digital 100.
Strike price: The target price against which the digital 100 outcome will be determined.
For example, if you buy a Ladder digital 100 on the UK 100, the settlement price will need to be above or equal to the strike price at the end of the timeframe to make a profit. Conversely, you will make a loss if the settlement price is below the strike price at the end of the timeframe.
Digital 100s will be available over the following timeframes (known as 'expiry'):
*Some digital 100 instruments will have two daily expiries. The earlier expiry is displayed as 'D1' and the later expiry as 'D2'.
Trade digital 100s from three asset classes
|EUR/USD||UK 100||Crude Oil West Texas|
|US SPX 500|
|US NDAQ 100|
We’ll be adding more instruments following our digital 100s launch to meet popular demand.
Digital 100s will be listed in their own section in the product library, and will also be available via the new 'Digital 100s' tab in the top navigation toolbar.
*only during digital 100 trading hours and prior to the pre-close period
When digital 100s appear in your Next Generation trading platform there's no need to open a separate account or learn a new piece of software. However, we do recommend that you upgrade your CMC Markets mobile apps to the most recent version if you like to trade on the go and want to access digital 100s.