Indices or index is also a popular trading format. The main idea of an index is to represent the movement of the particular market or market sector. Therefore, the most efficient way of monitoring a particular index is to understand the stocks that make up the index.
For example, the NASDAQ index mostly consists of technology stocks and so can generally be seen as a measure of performance of the technology industry (although the NASDAQ also lists various stocks from other industries, for example, finance, insurance and transportation industries).


Why invest in indices?

We can offer you the most favourable conditions for trading on the stock market, such as:

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Imagine having all trading support you need, 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, from a team of highly skilled professionals waiting to deal with a tricky question – and you’ll understand why we are market leaders! And the best part? You can choose to talk to a personal assistant in your mother tongue.

Risk Diversification

By investing into an index fund, you are buying stock of all the companies of a particular index, and as a result, replicating the performance of a section of a market. This allows you to diversify risks with no hassle.

You Choose the Duration

Investing in indices can be both long term (if your goal is to gradually save up funds for something big, like college tuition or starting your own business) and short-term (if you know you will need the money in less than 3 years and would like to protect it from market volatility).

Indices essentials

It is easy to start. You should create a trading account, deposit your funds in it and log in to the application. Trading with market indices is much easier than buying shares. By tracking the most successful indexes, you can forget about studying endless share rates and focus only on the accurate forecasts for purchases and sales.

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Stock market indices may be divided into individual and summary indices. Individual indices include only the stocks of financially stable companies with steady dividend-paying records. Summary indices include all stocks traded in the given market.
The index’s price is determined in two ways. Capitalization weighted indices count the value of a company’s index based on the company’s total market value. The bigger a certain company, the more impact it has on the index value.
Price-weighted indices count the company’s rate based on its share price. A company with a higher share price will have more influence on changing the index value than a company with a low share price.

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The demo account is the most convenient way to get familiar with trading on the capital markets. Don’t think this is only for beginners - experienced traders can use it to their advantage to test new trading strategies.

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