Indices trading

With AAG Limited you can buy, sell, and trade a variety of different stock indices including the NASDAQ, SP500, Nikkei and more.

Trade indices

Trade indices like the S&P 500, the NASDAQ 100, NIKKEI 225, ASX 200 and many more. Open long and short positions in order to profit from the both rising and falling markets. Build a successful stock indices trading strategy, and take advantage of AAG Limited’s award-winning platform to improve your trading results.

AAG Limited provides a solid trading infrastructure, reliable software and a user-friendly interface to trade global stock indices. Enjoy low fees and tight spreads while building a diversified portfolio of all available trading products.

Indices available for trading




Germany 30


The GER30 Index, also called the DAX30, is a stock index in Germany charting the top 30 performing companies.





The S&P 500 is one of the biggest stock indices in the world and charts the top 500 companies performing in the USA.



US Tech100


The NASDAQ 100 is a digital stock index that tracks 100 of the worlds biggest tech companies



Hong Kong 50


The Hang Seng 50 is used to tracker daily changes of the largest companies of the Hong Kong stock market

Why You should consider trading indices

Stock indices provide a simple but effective way to trade overall economic performance of a specific country. Stock indices can fluctuate significantly in price due to various technical and fundamental factors, and AAG Limited enables traders to profit from both falling and rising markets with an array of different trading tools and charting software.

Fast access to global markets

Stock indices CFD contracts allow traders a more quick and efficient access to the global markets, at a lower cost.

Fundamental and technical analysis

By paying close attention to global economic events and chart patterns, traders can analyse market trends and execute profitable trading strategies.

Easy for both professionals and beginners

Trading stock indices is something that a major hedge fund manager can do, as well as a beginner in the trading space.

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Why trade indices with AAG Limited?

Exciting opportunities

Be a part of some of the largest and most-popular markets with AAG Limited. Start trading in S&P 500, NASDAQ, NIKKEI, HANG SENG, ASX 200, and many more, in minutes!

Best-in-class trading tools

Become a better trader with advanced tools, multiple order types, and customisable platform interface. AAG Limited provides an award-winning trading software that is used by traders from around the world.

Low trading fees

Save on fees while trading with AAG Limited, which offers some of the lowest commission rates in the industry.

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How does indices margin trading work?

Margin trading is a way to trade indices that allows the trader to essentially borrow funds from the platform to increase their trade by a certain amount. Such leveraged trade will only require to deposit a small percentage of the total value of a position – margin.

This means that clients of AAG Limited can trade an amount higher than they deposit, which can then potentially lead to returns that are much higher than would have been with just the initial capital. Note, that leveraged products, such as CFDs, magnify your potential profit – but also your potential loss.

The benefits of indices trading with leverage

Magnified profits

Leveraged margin trade allows you to receive higher profits if the position goes the right way. However, the risk is that if the trade is unsuccessful the losses can be magnified too.

Portfolio diversification

Thanks to leverage, traders are not forced to lock too much capital in one trade. This allows them to have more capital free to use in other trades.

Gaining from the market fall

With leverage traders can profit from a falling market by opening a short position, meaning they have the intent to sell high and buy back low.

Indices leverage trading example

For example, if a trader opens a short position on the S&P 500 and it falls 10%, using 5x leverage the same drop becomes a 50% profit. A similar spot trade without leverage would result in only 10% profit.

Disclaimer: Margin trading also comes with inherent risks if the position moves against the trade. You should never utilize 100% leverage and never invest more than you can afford to lose.

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Questions about Indices Trading

An index in stocks is an aggregate of publicly traded companies in a specific region, or on a specific exchange. These stock indices that are tied to specific nations can have a defining impact on each nation’s economy, and is typically an indicator of the nation’s overall economic health. These indices also provide an opportunity for traders to profit from the natural price fluctuations across the market. Different factors can affect the value of stock indices, including the strength of each nation’s economy, the strength of its currency, its political leadership, and the performance of the companies listed in each index. Stock indices allow investors to gain exposure to large markets all at once, rather than making investments only in individual stocks. AAG Limited offers exposure to the world’s most popular indices via contracts for differences.

The S&P 500 or the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, is an index of the top 500 largest United States-based stocks, weighted by market capitalization. The index is often considered an indicator of the health of the US economy and consists of companies like Apple, Amazon, General Electric, and ExxonMobile.


The NASDAQ 100 is an index of the top 100 most actively traded stocks on the NASDAQ stock exchange, and the companies are from the retail, biotechnology, industrial, technology, health care sectors.


The GER 30, also known as DAX or DAX 30, is an aggregate of the 30 biggest companies traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Company stocks include Deutsche Bank, Lufthansa, Volkswagen, and Adidas, among other major European brands.

Hang Seng

The Hang Seng Index, maintained by a subsidiary of the Hang Seng Bank since 1969, is a market cap-weighted basket of companies that trade on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Companies include HSBC Holdings and Tencent.


Nikkei, also known as Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average is a price-weighted index of 225 of Japan’s top publicly traded companies, including the likes of Toyota, and Sony.

FTSE 100

The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, also called the UK100, is a popular European index focusing on the top 100 companies on the London Stock Exchange, including companies such as Barclays, BP, Burberry, or AstraZeneca.

ASX 200

The AUS 200, also called the ASX 200, is an index of the top 200 companies traded on the Australian Securities Exchange and is maintained by Standard and Poor’s much like the S&P 500.

Investing in stock indices requires tons of red tape and typically large deposits. Instead, investors can become exposed to major stock indices via trading CFDs on AAG Limited.

The most popular major stock indices are the S&P 500, the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, for the United States. Globally, the most dominant stock indices include the FTSE, Nikkei, DAX, and more.

CFDs are better suited for stock index trading due to their extreme volatility. Traders can instead take long and short positions and profit whichever way these indices turn.

It takes only a few minutes and just 0.001 BTC to get started trading stock indices with AAG Limited. AAG Limited is an award-winning Bitcoin-based margin trading platform offering CFDs on all major stock indices.

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