Trade ETF CFDs
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are a unique investment vehicle that allow you to express a view on a particular equity market thematic, sector, and even the broader stock markets, both on an individual country and global basis. Start trading ETF CFDs now.
We offer more than 100 ETFs that track the performance of sectors including mining, energy, technology, bond markets and retail.
Our ETF CFDs track the overall performance of equity markets in 35 countries and across 6 continents.
Wherever your equity market interests lie, we have an ETF for you to trade.
$0.02 (USD) commission per share, per trade.
Exchange spreads. No markups.
Overnight funding costs (if you hold positions over consecutive days).
Trade any ETF long or short – potentially profiting from any direction of the ETF. Trade movement on core markets, interesting themes and often hard to access markets.
Trade on leverage – place a percentage of the notional USD face-value down, and make your capital go further.
Cost-effective – 2 cents a share allows for traders to be highly active in their trading approach.
Use automated trading strategies and apply a diverse range of risk management strategies on the powerful MT5 platform.
React real-time - Trade some of the most liquid ETFs in the pre-and post-market session.
Diversification - Rather than trading one specific stock, ETFs offer diversification to a market theme, as well as making that theme incredibly intuitive.
Leveraged trading imposes additional risk of loss to your capital.
No ownership interest - you don’t own a share in the underlying ETF when you trade CFDs, so you are not entitled to some benefits that ordinary investors would be.
Spreads - while we provide exchange spreads for our ETF CFDs, like any market the underlying spread may widen during periods of volatility, increasing your costs.
ETF closures - the provider may cease managing the fund, resulting in liquidation and dispersion of funds.
* ETF Instrument may be located in the Shares folder of the MT5 platform, rather than the ETF folder.