Create a diversified portfolio with over 500 plus global instruments to trade in including forex, shares, indices & commodities with low commissions, tight spreads & seamless execution.

  • Forex

    Embrace volatility in the world’s most-traded financial market

    Forex trading is the buying and selling of currencies on the foreign exchange market with the aim of making a profit.

    Forex is the world’s most-traded financial market, with transactions worth trillions of dollars taking place every day.

  • Shares

    Embrace volatility in the world’s most-traded financial market

    Shares trading is the buying and selling of company stock or derivative products based on company stock such as CFDs in the hope of making a profit.

    Shares represent a portion of the ownership of a public company, and make up its worth or market cap.

  • Energy

    Trade in highly collerated instruments in the market such as OIl and Natural Gas

    Oil trading is a globalized, 24-hour market, with its prices in constant motion. This makes it an ideal instrument for day traders who look for fast movements and choose CFDs as the easiest way to trade on oil prices.

  • Indices

    Ride volatility and sentiments of the global market through CFD-based Indices

    Indices measure the performance of a group of shares that are listed on a stock market.

    Because there are no underlying physical assets to exchange, indices are traded with financial derivatives such as CFDs.

  • Commodities

    Trade and feel the pulse of volatility in prices of global commodity

    The commodities market works just like any other market. It is a physical or a virtual space, where one can buy, sell or trade various commodities at current or future date.

  • Cryptos

    Trade and speculate on range of Crypto Currencies in form of CFDs

    Cryptocurrency trading involves speculating on whether a cryptocurrency’s price will go up or down without taking ownership of any underlying coins

  • Bonds

    Trade in Bonds driven by government policies and market sentiments

    Investors trade bonds for a number of reasons, with the key two being—profit and protection. Investors can profit by trading bonds to pick up yield or benefit from a credit upgrade

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