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Trade Indices CFDs

Speculate on marketwide changes with index CFDs. The FTSE 100, S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 50 all have their ups and downs, and you can benefit by trading their price directly.

Trade Share CFDs

Trading share CFDs lets you speculate on prices of all popular markets with leverage and tight spreads.

Trade Cryptocurrency CFDs

Explore the latest financial markets with cryptocurrencies. Trade on the volatile crypto market rises and falls.

Trade Commodities CFDs

Trade CFDs on a wide range of commodities, including Brent and Crude Oil, Gold and Silver. Enjoy outstanding flexibility when speculating on the world of natural resources with low margin CFDs.

Trade Forex CFDs

Take advantage of global economic announcements and trends by trading CFDs on a huge variety of currency pairs, both widespread and niche.

Financial derivatives

What is a derivative financial instrument? A derivative is a contract that derives its value from the performance of an underlying asset. Derivatives include, but are not limited to, futures, swaps and contracts for difference.

CFD trading on financial instruments

A contract for difference (CFD) is a popular type of derivative that allows you to trade on margin, providing you with greater exposure to the financial markets. CFDs are a type of derivative, so you do not buy the underlying asset itself. Instead, you buy or sell units for a given financial instrument depending on whether you think the underlying price will rise or fall.

Why trade CFDs?

Trading CFDs come with many advantages. Due to CFDs being a leveraged product, they carry the advantage of only needing to deposit a fraction of the whole trade value, providing greater access to financial markets. CFDs are also exempt from any stamp duty because it is a derivative product.

What markets can you trade with CFDs?

At Capital.com, we offer CFDs on a variety of asset classes including: shares, indices, forex pairs, commodities and cryptocurrencies. CFD trading on financial instruments, regardless of the asset class being traded, render markets more accessible.