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Trading made easy with 70TRADES
The Forex market is vast and unpredictable, but with the wide variety of assets available to trade at 70Trades, you always have the chance to profit. You can choose from a large list of Stocks, Commodities, Currencies and Indices.
Stocks represent a company’s assets and when you trade with stocks you do not actually buy/sell these assets, but merely invest in the expectation that their value will either rise or fall. Some tradable stocks at 70Trades include Apple, Facebook, Walt Disney, Citigroup, General Electric, Google and others.
Commodities are tradable goods, such as Gold, Silver, Oil, Corn, Coffee, Copper, Natural Gas and others. You should keep in mind that when you trade commodities you do not physically buy the tradable goods – no corn or gold will be delivered to you. As is the situation with stocks, when you trade commodities you speculate on their market value.
Currencies or currency pairs are the most traded assets on the Forex market. When you trade currencies, you buy one of the currencies in the traded pair while selling another. Some tradable currency pairs at 70Trades include EUR/USD, GBP/EUR, CAD/CHF, GBP/SEK, USD/PLN, NZD/JPY and many more.
Indices are fictional portfolios that represent the value of publicly-traded companies. Some of the world’s best known indices are available to trade at 70Trades. They include: CAC40, S&P 500, FTSE 100, IBEX 35, NIKKEI, DOW JONES and others.
What we offer:
- No fees or trading costs
- 24/7 multilingual support
- A wide variety of trading assets to choose from
- One-click trading
- Daily news and information on the markets
Did you know?
Who trades the most in the world? Your money will probably be on the United States, right? Wrong. As it turns out, a whole 41% of all transactions on the Forex market are from the UK. What about the US you ask? They provide only 19% of the global forex trades. And this leaves the rest of the world with the remaining 40% of the global forex trades pie.