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What Indices can I Trade?

Read more about indices trading, how to trade on an index and discover a range of tips and strategies.

ETX Capital offers trading on a wide choice of indices on the TraderPro platform. Here is a rundown of the indices you can trade.


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UK 100 (FTSE 100)

US Indices

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Russell 2000 S&P 500 US Tech 100 (Nasdaq)
Wall Street
(Dow Jones industrial average)

Major European Indices

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Euro Stocks 50 (Euro Stoxx 50) France 40 (CAC) Germany 30 (DAX)
Italy 40 (FTSE MIB) Spain 35 (IBEX)  

Minor European Indices

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Germany Mid 50 Germany Tech 30 Greece 20
Poland 20 Switzerland Market Index  

Global Indices

Global Indices

Australia 200 (ASX) China A50 Hong Kong 50 (Hang Seng)
Japan 225 (Nikkei) South Africa 40  



Germany 30/UK 100 Wall Street/ Germany 30 Wall Street/ UK 100



What are Indices?


How to Trade
on Indices?

Indices Trading?

Indices Trading Overview

Trade on global indices from Wall Street to the FTSE 100 with ETX Capital. Boasting instant execution...


New to Indices Trading?

Trading on indices remains one of the most popular ways to trade equity markets. Offering exposure to a...


What are Indices?

Indices, or indexes as they are also known, are assets which are grouped together; either representing...


What Indices can I Trade?

ETX Capital offers trading on a wide choice of indices on the TraderPro platform...


How to trade on Indices?

Whilst stocks give an indication of the financial climate for individual companies, indices allow traders...


Indices Tips and Strategies

There is no specific size for an Index; examples range from Germany’s DAX 30 all the way up to...


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81% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading spread bets and CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.