• More than 120 market centers in over 31 countries

  • Access the markets 24 hours every business day

  • Lowest trading costs across all major exchanges

  • SMART order routing for fast execution

  • Ability to have your funds in one of the 26 enabled world currencies

List of Stock Exchanges

* Local market hours are informative and apply when the US concerted displacement hours with Europe

** Local trading hours are informative and apply to summer time. Inthe winter period you should deduct 2 hours. Between Australia and Europe, the transition from winter to summer time is not completely consistent – in this case we should subtract one hour.

*** Japan, Singapore, India and Hong Kong are not familiar with daylight savings time. Showing schedule applies to summer time. When trading from Europe in the winter, it is neccessary to subtract one hour from above listed market hours.

  • Low trading costs

  • Geographical, sector and index diversification

  • Possibility to trade with leverage through CFD contracts and options

  • Use ETFs to hedge your portfolio through short and leveraged ETFs

  • Low trading costs

  • A wide range of stock, indices and commodities options

  • Transparent trading module

  • Our SpreadTrader Tool lets you easily create combo orders and spreads from among 18 predefined strategies, or create your own leg-by-leg positions

  • Our WriteOptions Tool lets you efficiently write calls or puts against your existing long or short stock positions

  • Our Delta Neutral Feature, which lets you automatically hedge your positions based on a system calculated delta

  • Advanced visual risk, technical and fundamental analysis tools

  • Best execution policy

Option trading hours for specific exchanges are listed in the table below:

  • CFD price mimics the price of the underlying instrument

  • Ability to go short and take advantage of a declining market

  • Ability to trade on Margin

  • Use ETFs to hedge your portfolio through short and leveraged ETFs

  • Recieve dividends when long and pay dividends when short


CFDS are a leveraged product, so you only need to deposit a percentage(up to 20% for shares and 10% for indices) of the total value of the trade. That allows you to enhance returns and levels of market exposure. For a similar and usually smaller cost per trade you can gain 10 times the result from a trade due to inherent leverage. This means a more efficient use of your capital as there is on need to invest the full value of the shares. Trading hours of Indices CFDs are listed in the table below:

  • Direct access to interbank quotes

  • Transparent low commission without spreads and mark-ups

  • Forex-conversion and forex-leverage allows you to convert currencies and/or trade currencies with leverage

  • Trade  with gold and silver  at spot prices


Rollover is the interest paid or earned for holding a position overnight. Each currency has an interest rate associated with it, and because forex is traded in pairs, every trade involves not only two different currencies, but also two different interes rates. If the interest rate on the currency you bought is higher than the interest rate of the currency you sold, you earn rollover(positive roll). If the interest rate on the currency you bought is lower than the interest rate of the currency you sold, you pay rollover(negative roll). Other factors such as overnight cash liquidity and volatility also affect the rollover typically earned/paid.

  • Energy futures (oil, natural gas,…)

  • Softs futures (corn, wheat,…)

  • Metals futures (copper, gold, silver…)

  • Stock Index futures (DAX, S&P500,…)

  • Interest rate futures (euribor, libor,…)

  • Currency futures (EUR/USD, EUR/CHF, …)

The advantages of futures are lower costs compared to other derivatives. However, due to higher values also higher margin is revuired, which varies depending on an individual contract.

  • European and US Corporate bonds

  • Us Government bonds

  • Subordinated European and Asian bonds