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An index refers to a portfolio of stocks representing a certain industry or market field. For example, the FTSE 100 index is the stock index of the top 100 companies with the highest market value listed on the London Stock Exchange. Generally, investors will evaluate the market performance of a day through the ascending or descending of the index.
Represent an industry or field
Evaluate the market performance
Trade in more extensive and segmented markets
Accept the participation of all traders
Trade in stocks in multiple large-cap categories simultaneously.
Index trading can simultaneously trade in the stocks of multiple well-known enterprises in the stock market, instead of the selection of some individual stocks in the market.
Benefit from low price
InterStellar offers competitive pricing. This feature enables you to take advantage of more opportunities in the index market.
Trading with leverage
The application of leverage in trading indicates that you could participate in trading without investing all your funds. Therefore, traders have more opportunities to increase the position size and enlarge the potential gains and losses.
Flexible and advanced trading tools
Traders could use our professional on-line trading platform to engage in index trading on various devices at any time and any place.
With our guaranteed stop loss orders, you could protect your index trading from influences of major market fluctuations.
With advanced orders, you may set multiple profit targets or adjust the stop loss setting to reach the break even point.
Partial Position Closing
You may close certain proportions of your index positions to guaranteed the investment performance, while retain the remaining part to withstand the market fluctuations.
No need to hold any stocks
You may establish positions on index without holding the stocks of any enterprise.