CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.” The majority of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the risk of losing your money.
A stock index is a performance indicator or measure of a country's economy or of an industry sector. The Stock Index CFD, or CFD, provides investment opportunities through price changes in stocks or indices. The world's most popular indices include Nasdaq, S&P, Dow Jones, Nikkei, China A50 Index, German stock Index, Financial Times stock Index and Euro Stoxx Index.
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How to Trade
If you predict that prices will rise, you go long (buy) and close trades at a higher price to make a profit; alternatively if you assume prices will go down, you go short (sell) and buy the instruments back at a lower price to make a profit.
Profit / Loss = (Sell Price - Buy Price) x Contract Size x Trading Lots - Overnight Interest
*Overnight interest will be incurred for positions held overnight. Please refer to the platform for actual overnight interest.
*There are no commission charges at Acetop.
If you buy 1 lot of SPX500 at 2700 and close trades within the same day at 2710, then the total profit will be USD500 = (2710-2700) x 50 x 1 - 0.
If you sell 2 lots of SPX500 at 2700 and close trades within the same day at 2690, then the total profit will be USD1000 = (2700-2690) x 50 x 2 - 0.
Advantages of Indices Trading
Take advantage of competitive and transparent pricing with no commissions
Trade on margin to utilize your capital with low cost
Flexible two-way investment
Benefit from price movement regardless of direction
24/5 T+0 Trading
24-hour market with no restriction on short-term operation
Global and secure markets
High liquidity and full transparency without dealing-desk intervention