Trade indices online – Agility Markets

Trade indices online

A trusted and regulated global broker offers trading on 30+ leading indices with zero commissions and ultra-competitive spreads.

Why trade index online with Agility ?

Agility offers a unique way to trade index and gain exposure to some of the largest global market indices.

Over 30+ index

Access to major global indices, inc. US, UK, Europe, Asia and Australia



Offered on your Knowledge and Experience

Zero commission

Deposit and withdraw freely with absolutely $0 commission

Competitive spreads from 0.2 pips

Super competitive spreads with ultra fast execution speed


All trading strategies and styles allowed

Follow your personal trading strategy or trade using EAs

Trusted and regulated broker

Traders in over 100 countries trust us with their trades

Start trading indices online today

Discover how to trade indices with Agility or which type of account is right for you: standard, pro, or swap-free.

What's an index?

The purpose of an index is to track the performance of a specific group of assets, such as tech companies and other publicly traded companies, as well as their stock prices. Since no single company can dramatically affect the overall price of the index, trading indices is generally considered safer than trading individual stocks.

In addition to reducing the need to analyze the performance of an individual stock, trading index CFDs offers a balanced way to trade the world’s top financial markets. Invest in global stock indices with Agility, including the DOW, S&P 500, DAX 30, FTSE 100, EURO STOXX 50 and NASDAQ 100. Find out more about index trading.

What are the key factors that influence indices movement?

Economic Data

Company Industry News

Interest Rates

Share Performance

Index trading platforms and tools

Invest in indexes online the way it was meant to be done – intuitive, fast and portable. The following are the ultimate tools to consider when choosing a trading platform to trade indices.

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Index trading FAQs

Each of our liquidity providers is a major financial institution.

No. Cash CFDs typically have longer trading hours and smaller contract sizes than future CFDs. Our product schedule provides further details.

The main difference between index CFDs and share trading is that with a contract for difference, you never own the physical asset or financial instrument you trade. As a result, you speculate on the market price of the asset, and profit if the market moves in your favor, or lose if it moves against you. In share trading, you are legally obligated to exchange the legal ownership of the shares (of a company) for money.

Because CFDs are leveraged trading products, you can open a position with only a small deposit. The asset can either be bought (go long) or sold (go short) depending on your prediction; with share trading, you have to purchase the shares for their full amount, and you can only profit if the price increases.

You can, however, only trade shares and ETFs with share trading. There are no shareholder privileges associated with index CFDs, unlike shares.

It is important to understand how each product works, even though different types of products are suitable for different types of traders, based on their knowledge and goals. Some index trading strategies may benefit from rollovers, daily financing/swap charges, and different holding costs for each product.

Please refer to our product schedule for detailed information.

Each of our liquidity providers is a major financial institution.

No. Cash CFDs typically have longer trading hours and smaller contract sizes than future CFDs. Our product schedule provides further details.

There will be no closing of your positions when the contract expires. A cash adjustment will be applied to your account and the position will remain open.

Each Agility index contract is based on a relevant futures exchange price, and each futures contract has an expiration date. Your trade will be rolled over and adjusted to reflect the difference in contract pricing if it remains open on the expiration date.

The spot price is the current market price at which an asset is bought or sold for immediate payment and delivery. The price of a futures contract reflects the expected value at which an asset can be bought or sold for delivery in the future.

Each index requires a different margin rate. As outlined in the product schedule, tick sizes will also vary.

In indices, a tick value represents the minimum price fluctuation established by an exchange. Futures exchanges specify tick sizes in “contract specifications” that ensure liquid, efficient markets through tick bid-ask spreads.

Investing on margin involves borrowing money from a broker to buy stocks or indexes. It would be necessary for a trader to open a dedicated margin account in order to engage in margin trading.

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