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Cash indices are financial derivatives that are calculated as the weighted average of the top performing companies included in the index. Cash market transactions take place either on regulated exchanges or over-the-counter (OTC). This is in stark contrast to the futures market, which exclusively trades on exchanges and even the currency forwards market, which is generally traded OTC. The NYSE is a real-world example of a large regulated cash market. The S&P 500 index is a leading index of NYSE, listing the collective value of top trading companies on the exchange.
Cash indices track and measure a particular group of related stocks. Since there are thousands of such stocks trading across the various exchanges, indices provide a window into the overall market sentiment and prove to be an effective tool to benchmark against individual stock portfolios. The advantage of trading cash indices over individual securities and commodities is the amount of exposure they provide to the entire industry. As an investor, you don’t need to conduct research on individual P&L statements and news reports of different companies. Depending on the market sentiment, all you have to do is take a short or long position. When traders invest in cash indices, instead of individual securities, the risk factor is considerably reduced, since the effect of a single company’s performance doesn’t influence the entire index. This suits the more risk-averse and long-term investor.
Energy trading involves products like crude oil, electricity, natural gas and wind power. Since these commodities often fluctuate abruptly they can be attractive to speculators. Trade on energy derivatives & diversify your trading portfolio.
Leverage is the use of borrowed funds to increase one's trading position beyond what would be available from their cash balance alone. Brokerage accounts allow the use of leverage through margin trading, where the broker provides the borrowed funds. Forex traders often use leverage to profit from relatively small price changes in currency pairs. Leverage, however, can amplify both profits as well as losses.
In finance, a spread refers to the difference between two prices, rates, or yields. One of the most common types is the bid-ask spread, which refers to the gap between the bid (from buyers) and the ask (from sellers) prices of a security or asset. Spread can also refer to the difference in a trading position – the gap between a short position (that is, selling) in one futures contract or currency and a long position (that is, buying) in another