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Trade from over 9,300 global stocks from around the world.
You are our focus
Our aim is to help you become a better CFD trader. We're passionate about online CFD trading, constantly innovating our platform and product offering so you can get the most out of the financial markets and CFD trading.
Value for money
We offer competitive and reliable pricing, with tight spreads and low margins‡. Trade CFDs on key FX pairs like EUR/USD from 0.7 points, 1 point on major indices like the UK 100, and 0.3 points on Gold. Our margin rates start from 2% for FX and 5% for indices CFDs.
CFD trading offers you the ability to diversify your portfolio with leveraged trading on a huge range of forex, indices, commodities, shares and treasuries.
Over 25 years' experience
Since launching in 1989, we’ve become one of the world's leading CFD trading providers. As one of the industry's pioneers, you can be confident that when you're trading CFDs with us, you're trading with one of the best in the business.
Our unique online CFD trading platform, Next Generation, has already won multiple awards and we’re consistently working on new functionality, products and trading tools to enhance your CFD trading experience.
We have won over 50 awards worldwide over the last two years – a recognition of the quality of our service, and dedication to delivering innovation and technology through our web-based trading platform and native mobile apps.
A CFD is a cash-settled leveraged product that tracks the price movement of a financial market, such as indices, forex, commodities, shares and treasuries. A key feature of trading leveraged products is that you only have to put down a small deposit for a much larger market exposure, and as such there is the potential to magnify profits, as well as losses, which can exceed deposits.
When you trade CFDs, you don’t buy or sell the underlying asset or product. Instead, you speculate on whether the price of that product will rise or fall. We offer CFDs on thousands of global instruments, and you can buy or sell a number of units depending on whether you think prices will go up or down.
For every point the price moves in your favour, you gain multiples of the number of units you have bought or sold. For every point the price moves against you, you make a loss.