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Range of Financial Markets
Trade in over 125 global markets, worldwide
Forex trading is the simultaneous buying and selling of the world’s currencies on a decentralized global market place. As one of the largest and most liquid financial markets in the world, its total average turnover per day is reported to exceed $5 trillion. The forex market is not based in a central location or exchange, so it is open to trade 24 hours a day, five days a week.
Forex is always traded in currency pairs, for example, EUR/USD. The first currency (EUR) is called the ‘base currency.’ The second currency (USD) is known as the ‘counter currency’. The way currencies are displayed shows us how many units of the counter currency you can buy with one unit of the base currency. This is the exchange rate, or in this example, other words, how many US dollars you can buy for one Euro.Read More
When you buy a share, you are buying a small part – or ‘unit of ownership’ – in a company. The benefit of trading shares is receiving dividends which are usually paid out by the company twice a year.
Take a position on more than 40,000 global shares from 31 countries, including 2,000 ETFs. We offer share on many popular stocks, including Apple, BP, Barclays, Tesla, Amazon, Facebook, Tesco, Rio Tinto and many more.
- Access to 40,000 Shares, US, UK, European & Asian Stock Markets and 2,000+ ETFs (Stock & Bond)
- Actively buy and hold stocks
- More control, functionality and liquidity, plus see market depth and interact with order books
- Invest in rising and falling markets
- Invest for capital appreciation or dividend income
- Focus on large-cap, mid-cap or small-cap company shares
- Target domestic or international opportunities
Commodities can be an important way to diversify a portfolio beyond traditional securities – either for the long term or as a place to park cash during unusually volatile or bearish stock markets.
Today, tradeable commodities fall into four categories – Metals, Energy, Livestock & Meat and Agricultural; and are mostly traded in two forms – cash and forward – with the settlement (or delivery) dates being the main difference between the two.
We offer CFDs/Exchange Traded Products on a wide range of cash and forward commodities instruments, including Brent and WTI Crude Oil, Nat Gas, Gold, Silver, Aluminum, Palladium, Copper, Wheat and Sugar.
- Leverage allows big profits if on the right side of the trade
- Go long or short easily
- Ability to trade intra- and inter-market spreads
- 130+ commodities across a wide variety of asset categories
- Nearly 24hours of trading on Global exchanges including LME, ICE, COMEX, CBOT
- Contracts based on Futures/Spot
- Trade mini and micro lots
Indices trading are the means by which traders attempt to make a profit from the price movements of indices. Our offer covers Top indices from exchanges all over the world. Choose from over 100+ cash and forward indices products, including the UK 100, US 30 and Germany 30.
Most popular Indices: FTSE100, SPX500, Dow Jones, DAX30, DJIA, ITA40, NASDAQ, CAC40, RUSSELL2000, HONGKONG40.
Indices provide the best way to gauge the performance of an industry, sector or an entire country’s stock market. If, on average, the share prices of the companies making up the index go up, the index will rise with them. And if they fall, it will drop.
- Extremely tight spreads offering potential to profit from small price movements
- Leverage up to 1:500. Flexible leverage to control your level of risk
- Guaranteed stop loss (GSLO) feature available with some principals
- Enjoy low spreads and high liquidity
- 24hr trading
- No requotes
- Go long or short
- Real-time pricing
- Maximum exposure from minimal investment
The treasuries market includes government debt instruments such as gilts, bunds, bonds and treasury notes.
We offer prices on over 90 treasuries from across the globe, including both cash and forward products.
Treasury securities comprise a significant segment of the domestic and international bond markets. If bond prices rise there could be a slowdown of general economic activity, while fall in prices could result in rising of interest rates. If we have huge potential on corporate debts, then bonds become more attractive for security.
Ride the next big trend with share baskets, these thematic portfolios are built for performance. We have worked to discover current and emerging trends driving the economy, and the companies best placed to reap the potential rewards.
Take advantage of the growth potential from emerging industries, such as autonomous driving and cyber security.Read More
Contracts for Difference (CFDs) are derivative products which enable you to trade on the price movement of underlying financial assets (such as indices, shares and commodities).
A CFDs is an agreement to exchange the difference in the value of an asset from the time the contract is opened until the time of which it is closed. With a CFDs you never actually own the asset or instrument you have chosen to trade, but you can still benefit if the market moves in your favor, or make a loss should the market move against you.Read More
Century Financial has had a long partnership with several principal companies offering products traded in various major exchanges in the world like Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), the Commodity Exchange (COMEX), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), Clearport, the CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE) and Nasdaq Futures Exchange (NFX). Through their global partnerships, these companies are focused on delivering a wide range of financial services and ensuring that clients will have a positive and consistent customer experience.Read More