Launch of Cash Indices by easyMarkets with Tighter Spreads than Index Futures and No Expiration

“These new cash indices are ideal for traders with either a short or long-term outlook as they have tighter spreads than index futures and the trades are not subject to any expiry date.”

EasyMarkets, a retail FX and CFD broker that is CySEC-regulated, has added cash indices to its lineup of existing instruments to give customers more trading possibilities.

EasyMarkets stated that it is committed to provide customers the freedom to choose a customised trading strategy that suits them as well as the independence to balance investment, exposure, and risk without incurring unnecessary costs.

With the introduction of Cash Indices, traders can get new levels of exposure without having to spend the time and money buying a variety of individual shares that make up an index, which is in accordance with the company’s commitment to its users.

The new service broadens the available possibilities and gives consumers more freedom to pursue trade opportunities that fit their unique investment stances.

In order to provide clients a fresh investment perspective with three key advantages over trading individual stocks and commodities, easyMarkets has developed a brand-new cash indices portfolio.

  • Cash indices spare investors from having to investigate new companies by exposing traders to all economic sectors.
  • Since no particular stock influences the trading movement of an index as a whole, price changes can typically be anticipated to be less volatile.
  • Trading the current value of underlying indices is possible with no expiration date and tighter spreads.

The Nasdaq 100 Cash Index (NQC), the SP 500 Cash Index (SPC), the Dow Jones Cash Index (DJC), the German Cash Index (DEC), the UK 100 Cash Index (UKC), the Euro 50 Cash Index (EUC), the Italy 40 Cash Index (MIB), the Australia 200 Cash Index (AUC), and many others are now accessible through easyMarkets thanks to this most recent addition.

Thomas Tsaloupis, Head of Risk Management at easyMarkets said: “We’re delighted to now offer our clients an even wider selection of indices to trade from. These new cash indices are ideal for traders with either a short or long-term outlook as they have tighter spreads than index futures and the trades are not subject to any expiry date. Our goal at easyMarkets is to continually innovate and provide our customers with the best services, products and platforms, and the introduction of cash indices is a further example of this.”

EasyMarkets hired Garen Meserlian as its Chief Marketing Officer earlier this year in response to Ohad Golan’s resignation, which was revealed on LinkedIn.

After almost eight years at Action Global Communications, where his most recent position was Sr. Marketing Director & Head of Digital Integration, Garen Meserlian joined easyMarkets.

EasyMarkets is a multi-asset financial trading company that was established in 2003 and is currently active in 160 countries. It offers its clients a variety of tools that are uncommon among suppliers. One such tool is the ability to reverse a bad trade within hours and temporarily freeze the market price to aid in trading decisions.

In order to provide effective risk management opportunities, the broker was one of the first to provide novel features including guaranteed stop-loss, negative balance protection, and Freeze Rate.

The business left the Polish market in 2019 and cancelled the registration of its Warsaw Financial Center-based Polish subsidiary, Easy Forex Trading Sp. Zoo.

Last year, easyMarkets became the newest retail platform to integrate MetaTrader 5 (MT5) into its live trading infrastructure, joining a growing number of brokers in making the switch. The CySEC and ASIC regulated broker, which changed its name from EasyForex in January 2016, is aiming to further improve its product line and provide better opportunities for financial trading with the launch of its most recent MT5 trading platform.

You can read more about the broker in our easyMarkets review.

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