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Available Stock Indices for trading with Windsor Brokers
Indices measure statistical changes in a portfolio of stocks that represent a portion of the overall market.
This in turn allows investors to benchmark the performance of major groupings of stocks.
Charles Dow created the first known index in 1896, at that time it contained 12 of the largest public companies in the U.S.
Today, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) contains 30 of the largest and most influential companies in the U.S.
Other popular and well-known indices include the S&P and the NASDAQ.
You can trade Stock Indices on any account type of Windsor Brokers.
Refer to the below list to find out the Futures OTC Indices traded at Windsor Brokers.
- China 50 (CHINA50)
- Hong Kong 50 (HK50)
- Australia 200 (AUS200)
- Austria 20 (AUST20)
- Dow Jones (US30)
- EU 50 (EU50)
- France 40 (FRA40)
- Germany 30 (GER30)
- Japan 225 (JP225)
- Mini Nasdaq (US100)
- Mini S&P 500 (US500)
- Switzerland 20 (SWI20)
- UK 100 (UK100)
- US Dollar index
What is Stock Index CFD?
Market indices are measures of performance of certain aspects or sectors of the United States’ stock market.
One of the most important indices is the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA).
The purpose of indices is to assess the performance of certain sectors of the U.S. stock market or the economy as a whole.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is the oldest U.S. market index.
It covers all major areas of the US stock market, such as Industrial, retail, technology, healthcare, and others.
It is composed of 30 blue-chip stocks that are among the largest in the U.S. economy.