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About Forex Trading

Forex is often called a stock exchange, but it is not. This is an international over-the-counter market. It does not have a link to any place of bidding. In fact, it is a virtual market in which you can make currency transactions from anywhere in the world.

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How to trade on Forex?

Transactions are performed through the trading terminal which shows the quotes of currency pairs.

The trader assesses the market condition and decides on the purchase or sale of an asset. After that, the trader gives a command to open the requested position.

A brokerage company by applying data from a liquidity provider gives its client the result on the requested position and the trader determines the price level at which the transaction will be closed. As a result, a profit or loss is recorded on trader’s account.

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First of all you need to create a trading account

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Then you get access to the forex market

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Takes less than 10 minutes

How to Trade Forex?

Before you start to participate in the bidding, you need to understand the key aspects of making trades in Forex. Each currency has its own encoding consisting of three Latin letters.

For example, the currency pair “British pound / US dollar” looks like the abbreviation GBP / USD.

The first indicates base currency. In the example above, it is the British pound (GBP). The second monetary unit in the pair is the quote currency (USD).

Every financial instrument on Forex has two prices:

  • 1. Ask. The purchase price of the base currency (GBP) and sale of the quoted (USD).
  • 2. Bid price. Cost of sale of the underlying asset and purchase of the quoted one.

The difference between the bid and ask prices is called the spread.

The size of the transaction is determined in lots. One lot is equal to 100 thousand units of the base currency. Previously, only traders with significant capital could participate in such trades.

However, with the advent of margin trading, trading became available to a wider audience.

With margin trading the broker provides the service called leverage on the security (margin) of the trader’s deposit. If the amount of leverage is 1:30, this means that the trader can make a transaction in the amount of 30 times more the size of the deposit.

Symbol Long swap(points) Short swap(points) 3-days swap Leverage Minimal Lot Size Maximal Lot Size Units per Lot Spread
USDCHF -2.5144 -7.2144 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDJPY -5.0643 -6.5643 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPUSD -7.3053 -6.8053 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDCAD -6.7997 -6.2997 Thursday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPCHF -3.8036 -9.4036 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPJPY -7.0939 -8.6939 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURUSD -8.2751 -3.8751 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPCAD -9.3927 -8.5927 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURGBP -5.8253 -3.0253 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURJPY -8.346 -5.246 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURCHF -5.0483 -6.2483 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURCAD -10.4959 -4.7959 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
CHFJPY -8.4081 -4.3081 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
AUDCAD -5.254 -4.454 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
CADJPY -3.9996 -5.2996 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
CADCHF -2.045 -5.945 Wendnesday 1:30 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDHUF -38.6961 -12.6961 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDNOK -54.7231 -38.9231 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDCNH -172.9848 -32.9848 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDDKK -23.7274 -51.7274 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURZAR -441.0584 91.4416 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NZDSGD -9.8506 -8.7506 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPTRY -1180.4982 -239.0982 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDTRY -1006.7104 -152.2104 Thursday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPNZD -13.4869 -9.5869 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPSEK -56.5961 -70.2961 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPMXN -729.9797 210.3203 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPHKD -66.3551 -67.8551 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPCZK -28.5459 -12.0459 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDRON -53.0061 -23.0061 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NOKSEK -5.4161 -6.1161 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDSEK -40.7589 -55.0589 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NZDCHF -1.6597 -5.3597 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
AUDJPY -4.1193 -4.4193 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
AUDCHF -2.3285 -4.8285 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPAUD -9.1953 -10.4953 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
AUDNZD -5.947 -5.147 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPDKK -35.9537 -63.2537 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
AUDUSD -3.9971 -3.5971 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPHUF -39.1783 -20.3783 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURAUD -10.7787 -5.8787 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPNOK -75.2533 -53.7533 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURCNH -162.2465 -7.2465 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPPLN -30.7351 -28.5351 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURCZK -28.2521 -7.3521 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPSGD -12.4218 -10.5218 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURDKK -42.3218 -42.2218 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
GBPZAR -481.015 64.285 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURHKD -67.3731 -39.3731 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NZDCAD -3.4249 -5.8249 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURHUF -39.095 -12.995 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NZDJPY -3.1165 -5.2165 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURMXN -652.0898 246.0102 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
NZDUSD -3.2151 -4.1151 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURNOK -82.9135 -35.4135 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDCZK -21.5132 -10.2132 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURNZD -14.097 -5.397 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDHKD -41.2575 -47.8575 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURPLN -35.4482 -18.9482 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDMXN -515.4908 199.8092 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURRON -66.5873 -16.5873 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDPLN -22.1552 -20.9552 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURRUB -3194.2072 -147.8072 Thursday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDRUB -260.4197 -22.5197 Thursday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURSEK -65.4261 -44.4261 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDSGD -8.5046 -7.8046 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURSGD -14.9416 -7.9416 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
USDZAR -337.1807 61.0193 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
EURTRY -1082.7916 -176.6916 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 50 100000 floating
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Trade precious CFDs on metals

Trading precious metals is not only about buying bars of gold or silver. Try CFDs on precious metals as your trading alternative. Customizable account, live charts, and analytical tools are covered!

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Trading metals CFDs is as exciting as it is challenging. Being a diversifier of any trader’s portfolio, it attracts hundreds of people. Choose among CFDs and place your first bid today.

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Like being in control of your trading portfolio? Start with CFDs on precious metals and try using them as a hedge against market inflation.

The power of market choice

Choose among CFDs on available precious metals or trade them all – the choice is yours. Feel the power of the market with no restrictions.

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Need quick guidance, help or just have questions? Contact our customer support team and get top-class professional assistance!

How does CFDs metal trading work?

As the market of online trading grows, so do the opportunities of every single trader.

No need to buy metals or invest directly in them.

Choose among the most popular assets and hit trading with your best strategy.

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Then you get access to the CFDs metal trading

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Why trade CFDs on metals with GWG?

We provide a great choice among CFDs on the most popular precious metals in the world.

GWG offers various account types, multiple charts and 60+ professional analytical tools to support your most daring market plans.

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Symbol Long swap(points) Short swap(points) 3-days swap Leverage Minimal Lot Size Maximal Lot Size Units per Lot Spread
XAGAUD -1.7982 -1.7595 Wendnesday 1:10 0.01 30 5000 floating
XAGUSD -2.6769 -1.8369 Wendnesday 1:10 0.01 30 5000 floating
XAUAUD -0.3182 -0.2102 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 30 100 floating
XAUEUR -5.1043 -22.5543 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 30 100 floating
XAUUSD -17.9743 -13.3743 Wendnesday 1:20 0.01 30 100 floating
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How does CFDs on indices trading work?

The indicator calculated on the basis of a specific basket of shares is called a stock index.

It is necessary to understand exactly which securities form each indicator. By using the same tools that are utilized in calculating the indicator, the trader can form a more accurate prediction.

The stock index is a powerful indicator that shows the overall trends and rates of change in the market share prices of a specific sector of the economy. For example, an increase in oil prices is likely to lead to an increase in the value of assets of oil producing companies.

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Balancing the market risks

As indices CFDs gather from 30 to 500 stocks of publicly traded companies, they can also boost your market risk resistance by creating a more stable asset.

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Wider market opportunities

Unlike stocks CFDs, indices CFDs trading covers a lot of markets at the same time. So, instead of trading 100,000 publicly traded companies separately, you can plan your trading strategy with one index that covers them all.

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Cross-platform trading access

Choose your most comfortable way to access the international trading arena. Be it PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet – GWG supports it all. It’s you who is in control of how and when you get to trade.

How does CFDs on Indices trading work?

Being a set of influential companies compounded by stock, indices are usually hardly accessible. Still, with GWG, you can get a shortcut to indices trading by using CFDs.

There is no need to be directly involved in the market. Choose cross-platform trading, 60+ analytical tools, and quick connection during the market hours with GWG.

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First of all you need to create a trading account

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Then you get access to the CFDs on indices trading

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Takes less than 10 minutes

Why trade CFDs on indices with GWG?

There are over 2000 different stock indices. They are divided into micro and macroeconomic indices. The first shows the market situation in a particular industry or region. Macroeconomic indices show a general trend in the economy. Both are used to analyze the market and form sound investment strategies.

Stock indices can also be internal or external. In the first case we are talking about companies operating under the jurisdiction of one country. External indices combine data on international assets. Investors track both types of indicators.

The most well-known stock indices:

Dow Jones one of the first indices. It is the mathematical mean value of the shares of the 30 largest American companies.

S&P 500 an index reflecting the total capitalization of 500 large American companies listed on the stock exchange.

NASDAQ the indicator reflects the total capitalization of companies registered on the same stock exchange. This index is comprised of companies that operate in the sphere of technology.

NYSE this index is calculated based on the level of capitalization of all companies (not only American) whose shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

Symbol Long swap (%) Short swap (%) 3-days swap Leverage Minimal Lot Size Maximal Lot Size Units per Lot Spread
UK100 -2.06 -1.94 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
J225 -0.0193 -0.0207 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 100 floating
AUS200 -2.01 -1.99 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
SPN35 -1.43 -2.57 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
HK50 -2.06 -1.94 Friday As high as 1:10 1 150 1 floating
FR40 -1.43 -2.57 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
EUR50 -1.43 -2.57 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
GER30m -1.93 -3.07 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
US100m -2.59 -2.41 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
SPX500m -0.259 -0.241 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 10 floating
WS30m -0.259 -0.241 Friday As high as 1:20 1 150 1 floating
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About trading the commodities

Trading on the commodity exchange engages traders around the world and is very similar to trading in the stock market or Forex, but there are some differences.

For example, the bidder buys futures contract for the supply of various goods and such contracts are traded through an open competitive auction. Futures is a contract that gives the right to sell or buy a specific asset at a fixed time and at a fixed price.

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Lower costs

0 Deposit & Withdrawal Fees on Credit Card Transaction

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Higher Protection

Negative balance protection, smart stop out levels and membership in Investor Compensation Fund (ICF)

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Easier to start

Minimum lot size 0,01
1st Deposit from as minimum as $100
Free Demo Account for the most convenient start

How to trade on the commodities exchange?

The commodities market is full of exciting trading opportunities. Covering dozens of popular assets, from sugar and coffee to oil and gas, commodity trading becomes a unique arena for your trader’s portfolio diversification.

Use your CFD trading opportunities here, as you don’t need to get involved in the market itself.

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First of all you need to create a trading account

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Then you get access to commodities trading

That’s it!

Takes less than 10 minutes

What to trade?

The energy market is one of the key markets in the global economy. It is highly volatile due to its close connection to politics, the environment, and economic conditions. Transactions with raw materials and energy resources attract investors due to their active price dynamics. The cost of the instruments is constantly changing, and that offers a wide range of opportunities to make gains*.

Investments in the energy sector never go out of fashion: there's always the need for electricity and fuel. This sector is promising in terms of capital increase. This is due, for example, to seasonal fluctuations in oil and gas prices driven by sharp increases in demand for heating, sowing, harvesting, and other fundamental factors. At the same time, there is constant market demand.

Oil fields are finite in their extent, but almost every company in the world consumes oil. They support the demand for raw materials all year round, influencing oil prices and allowing investors to make gains. Due to the development of technologies, the opportunities for profitable investments widen every year. Today, many countries are developing renewable energy sources. This area represents another promising asset class for investors.

The off-exchange market does not imply any restrictions on volumes, so transactions on raw materials and resources are available to any investor with even a small amount of funds.

Symbol Long swap (points) Short swap (points) 3-days swap Leverage Minimal Lot Size Maximal Lot Size Units per Lot
XBRUSD -25.5009 -96.9009 Wendnesday 1:10 0.01 50 1000
XTIUSD -34.1114 -59.2314 Wendnesday 1:10 0.01 50 1000
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Trade on cryptocurrency market

GWG offers you to explore the tech-powered cryptocurrency market through trading CFDs on Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other popular digital currencies. Choose a platform and account that fit your trading style and experience, set your goals at GWG, and go!

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Remarkable Crypto CFDs range

We have crypto CFDs that you can add to your portfolio: XBN/USD, XBT/USD, XET/USD, XLC/USD. Enjoy CFDs on cryptocurrency trading with zero deposit commission – no need to spend more.

Amazing market volatility

The cryptocurrency market has a turnover of trillions dollars, the highly volatile cryptocurrency CFDs market doesn’t seize to attract traders worldwide. You can use your trading skills to harness the uncertainty of the market but be ready to face the risks.

Transparent fees and charges

GWG never tricks you into paying more. Fees and charges policy are strict and transparent – you won’t ever be obliged to pay more than you expect. Plan your strategy and concentrate on your trading goals.

Cross-platform trading access

Choose your most comfortable way to access the international trading arena. Be it PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet – GWG supports it all. It’s you who is in control of how and when you get to trade.

How does CFDs on Cryptocurrencies trading work?

There are several ways to try to capitalize on the crypto price swings. One option is to buy Bitcoin or any other crypto and sell it later at a higher price.

However, you can also trade crypto CFDs – without owning the actual asset or starting the time-consuming process of getting a blockchain wallet. Instead, you can concentrate on your trading strategy and choices, while we, at GWG, provide our best services to you.

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First of all you need to create a trading account

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Then you get access to the CFDs on Cryptocurrencies trading

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Takes less than 10 minutes

Why trade CFDs on Cryptocurrencies with GWG?

We do our best to offer you a range of options tailored to your trading needs.

Along with the access to the most trading coins, like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin.

Advantages

  • Zero commission on deposits and withdrawals
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Symbol Long swap (USD) Short swap (USD) 3-days swap Leverage Minimal Lot Size Maximal Lot Size Units per Lot Spread
XBNUSD -0.8594 -0.8563 Thursday 1:2 0.01 100 1 floating
XBTUSD -76.4333 -76.1586 Thursday 1:2 0.01 100 1 floating
XETUSD -4.9515 -4.9337 Thursday 1:2 0.01 100 1 floating
XLCUSD -0.2522 -0.2513 Thursday 1:2 0.01 100 1 floating
XRPUSD -0.0015 -0.0015 Friday 1:2 0.01 100 100 floating
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