CFDs


Explore the wide selection of CFDs offered by ETX Capital and choose the trading products best suited to your needs, strategies and objectives.

  • Trading on Indices

    With ETX Capital you can trade on from a large range of indices, such as the USA’s Wall Street Index, the UK 100, France 40, Germany 30, Hong Kong 40 and Japan 225. Other indices we offer include the South Africa 40, Australia 200, the Switzerland Market Index, Greece 20 and Poland 20.

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  • Trading on Commodities

    ETX Capital has a large selection of commodity CFDs. These include:
    • Metals: Platinum, Palladium, Gold, silver and copper
    • Energy: Natural gas, heating oil, brent crude, nymex crude and RBOB gasoline
    • Soft commodities: Wheat, corn, cotton, soybeans, oats, sugar, coffee, cocoa and orange juice

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  • Trading on Equities

    ETX Capital enables you to trade CFD stocks from 18 European countries as well as the US, Australia, South Africa and Singapore.

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  • Forex Trading

    ETX Capital traders have access to over 50 currency pairs, from EUR/USD to USD/ZAR.

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  • Trading on Your Mobile: CFD Trading Apps

    ETX Capital’s mobile trading apps on iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets enable you to trade not only when you’re at your desktop, but when you’re out and about – so that you can be connected to your trades wherever you go.

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  • You Choose How to Trade

    In addition to the large selection of securities that we offer, ETX Capital also gives you the option to trade in a variety of different ways. ETX Capital has two distinct trading platforms which allow users to trade CFDs –ETX TraderPro and ETX MT4. Each platform offers its own specific benefits to users.

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Benefits with ETX Capital


Benefits with ETX Capital

Benefits with ETX Capital

Opening an account with ETX Capital gives you access to a large number of benefits; we also provide top quality multilingual customer service and offer a high level of account security to our clients.

Apply for an account and start trading with ETX today. Alternatively, you can register for a demo account by clicking on this link.

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CFD TRADING WITH ETX Capital

CFD TRADING WITH ETX Capital

CFD TRADING WITH ETX Capital

  • Choose your Trading Format - Because our clients have varied trading styles and requirements, ETX Capital offers three different trading platforms to suit those different needs. ETX TraderPro, ETX MT4 and ETX Binary all offer distinct benefits, with two of these - TraderPro and MT4 - providing CFD trading.
  • Mobile ​CFD Trading - ETX Capital provides easy to use mobile apps for iPad, iPhone and Android devices, allowing you to trade wherever you are. Maximise your access to the CFD markets with ETX’s Mobile Trading capability.
  • Competitive Spreads - When it comes to CFDs, traders are looking for the narrowest possible difference between buy and sell prices. ETX Capital offers a wide range of competitive spreads for its CFD trading products.

AWARD WINNING

  • moneywise

    Money AM Awards 2012 Best Online Charts

  • investments

    Investment ​Trends Award 2013 Best Value for Money

  • ukforex

    UK ​Forex ​Award 2013 Best Forex Trading Tool & Software

Current SPREADS & PRICES

All market data displayed has been derived by Monecor and is not in its original raw form.


ETX Blog

Federal Reserve: Is a September rate hike really a possibility? Neil Wilson / Week Ahead: What do you call a collection of central bankers? Neil Wilson / Margin changes update Neil Wilson / Gold demand soars as bond yields turn negative Neil Wilson / Why 3am is the best time to trade forex Neil Wilson / Italy: The sick man of Europe Neil Wilson / Commodity market set for rebound: World Bank Neil Wilson / Apple, Facebook, Google and Facebook earnings preview Neil Wilson / Nintendo and gaming stocks – Gotta catch them all Neil Wilson / Are stock markets in bubble territory? Neil Wilson / Will Amazon’s stock keep rising? Neil Wilson / Week ahead: what to watch in the markets Neil Wilson / Earnings season preview: what to expect from Q2 Neil Wilson / Five things to watch in the markets this week Neil Wilson / Q2 market review: Oil and gold win as pound slumps on Brexit Neil Wilson / 4 tips for trading in volatile markets Neil Wilson / Brexit risk a factor in central bank caution as Fed cools on rate hike Neil Wilson / How long can the gold bull market last? Neil Wilson / EU Referendum: Brexit is not the only risk to financial markets in 2016 Neil Wilson / Does the Fed have room to hike rates in June? Neil Wilson / Mind the GAAP: the perils of trading on earnings releases Neil Wilson / Bayer Just Launched Germany’s Largest Ever Financial Takeover Offer Daniel Sugarman / Five Tech Companies Which Went Stratospheric: And Five Which Collapsed Daniel Sugarman / What we learned from the Federal Reserve minutes Neil Wilson / Forex trading: Five things to watch this week Neil Wilson / Week in review: Regulators flex their muscles Neil Wilson / Forex trading focus: The data driving the euro and ECB Neil Wilson / Gold rally – 5 things to watch Neil Wilson / What are the Currency Wars? Neil Wilson / Non-farm payrolls – how will markets respond? Neil Wilson / What we learned from the Federal Reserve and BoJ Neil Wilson / Does the S&P 500 Golden Cross matter? Neil Wilson / Enhance your trading with Trading Central Neil Wilson / Fed and BoJ in focus for forex trading Neil Wilson / Banks’ earnings beats highlight risks of trading results Neil Wilson / The Brazilian Political Crisis and the Brazilian Markets Daniel Sugarman / Earnings season: Microsoft v. Google in clash of the tech titans Neil Wilson / Earnings season: Five stocks to watch Neil Wilson / Will OPEC’s Doha meeting lead to an oil output freeze? Neil Wilson / Trading tips: What are the best CFD trading indicators? Neil Wilson / Forex trends: Why is the yen strengthening after NIRP? Neil Wilson / ETX Capital’s New Trader Sentiment Mapper Has Arrived Daniel Sugarman / Earnings season: What to expect from Wall Street after a bumpy Q1 Neil Wilson / The Week Ahead with ETX Capital: Monday April 4th – Friday April 8th Daniel Sugarman / Easter 2016 Trading Times Matthew Piggin / ETX Capital Daylight Savings Changes: Sunday 13th March – Friday 25th March 2016 Matthew Piggin / HSBC Headquarter Review – The Bank is Staying in London Daniel Sugarman / Cloud Computing – Big Business for Big Companies Daniel Sugarman / Saudi Arabia & Iran: OPEC & Oil Prices Daniel Sugarman / Are Movie Studios Beginning to Wake Up to the Threat of Netflix? Daniel Sugarman / US Interest Rate Rises – Will They Happen Sooner, or Later? Dan Fitch / Apple Expands its Services as Some Hardware Sales Slow Dan Fitch / Countdown to the US Election – Economic Policies & the Stock Market Dan Fitch

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Authorised and Regulated

ETX Capital is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority: Financial Services Number 124721.

Choice

Choice

There are thousands of products available to trade, including indices, commodities, stocks and forex pairs.

Mobility

Mobility

Take our platforms with you wherever you go: all three are available on mobile and tablet devices on both iOS and Android.

ETX Blog

Federal Reserve: Is a September rate hike really a possibility? Neil Wilson / Week Ahead: What do you call a collection of central bankers? Neil Wilson / Margin changes update Neil Wilson / Gold demand soars as bond yields turn negative Neil Wilson / Why 3am is the best time to trade forex Neil Wilson / Italy: The sick man of Europe Neil Wilson / Commodity market set for rebound: World Bank Neil Wilson / Apple, Facebook, Google and Facebook earnings preview Neil Wilson / Nintendo and gaming stocks – Gotta catch them all Neil Wilson / Are stock markets in bubble territory? Neil Wilson / Will Amazon’s stock keep rising? Neil Wilson / Week ahead: what to watch in the markets Neil Wilson / Earnings season preview: what to expect from Q2 Neil Wilson / Five things to watch in the markets this week Neil Wilson / Q2 market review: Oil and gold win as pound slumps on Brexit Neil Wilson / 4 tips for trading in volatile markets Neil Wilson / Brexit risk a factor in central bank caution as Fed cools on rate hike Neil Wilson / How long can the gold bull market last? Neil Wilson / EU Referendum: Brexit is not the only risk to financial markets in 2016 Neil Wilson / Does the Fed have room to hike rates in June? Neil Wilson / Mind the GAAP: the perils of trading on earnings releases Neil Wilson / Bayer Just Launched Germany’s Largest Ever Financial Takeover Offer Daniel Sugarman / Five Tech Companies Which Went Stratospheric: And Five Which Collapsed Daniel Sugarman / What we learned from the Federal Reserve minutes Neil Wilson / Forex trading: Five things to watch this week Neil Wilson / Week in review: Regulators flex their muscles Neil Wilson / Forex trading focus: The data driving the euro and ECB Neil Wilson / Gold rally – 5 things to watch Neil Wilson / What are the Currency Wars? Neil Wilson / Non-farm payrolls – how will markets respond? Neil Wilson / What we learned from the Federal Reserve and BoJ Neil Wilson / Does the S&P 500 Golden Cross matter? Neil Wilson / Enhance your trading with Trading Central Neil Wilson / Fed and BoJ in focus for forex trading Neil Wilson / Banks’ earnings beats highlight risks of trading results Neil Wilson / The Brazilian Political Crisis and the Brazilian Markets Daniel Sugarman / Earnings season: Microsoft v. Google in clash of the tech titans Neil Wilson / Earnings season: Five stocks to watch Neil Wilson / Will OPEC’s Doha meeting lead to an oil output freeze? Neil Wilson / Trading tips: What are the best CFD trading indicators? Neil Wilson / Forex trends: Why is the yen strengthening after NIRP? Neil Wilson / ETX Capital’s New Trader Sentiment Mapper Has Arrived Daniel Sugarman / Earnings season: What to expect from Wall Street after a bumpy Q1 Neil Wilson / The Week Ahead with ETX Capital: Monday April 4th – Friday April 8th Daniel Sugarman / Easter 2016 Trading Times Matthew Piggin / ETX Capital Daylight Savings Changes: Sunday 13th March – Friday 25th March 2016 Matthew Piggin / HSBC Headquarter Review – The Bank is Staying in London Daniel Sugarman / Cloud Computing – Big Business for Big Companies Daniel Sugarman / Saudi Arabia & Iran: OPEC & Oil Prices Daniel Sugarman / Are Movie Studios Beginning to Wake Up to the Threat of Netflix? Daniel Sugarman / US Interest Rate Rises – Will They Happen Sooner, or Later? Dan Fitch / Apple Expands its Services as Some Hardware Sales Slow Dan Fitch / Countdown to the US Election – Economic Policies & the Stock Market Dan Fitch

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