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    What is an ETF?

    An ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) is a financial instrument consisting of a collection of securities* (such as stocks, bonds, or commodities), and usually tracking the performance of an index. ETFs can cover a particular industry, reflecting its performance throughout each trading session and at any given time.

    ETF trading, a popular choice amongst investors

    ETF trading, a popular choice amongst investors

    Trading CFDs on ETFs has gained popularity amongst investors worldwide due to their versatility. Exchange-traded funds let you invest in more than one market at the same time, with the securities combined into ETFs usually falling into the same category, such as energy, technology, agriculture, and many others.

    So, if you are interested in a specific industry, you can trade stocks, commodities, and bonds from it altogether as ETFs.

    ETF trading, a popular choice amongst investors

    Want to see what CFDs on ETFs you can trade on Capex.com? Check out our collection!

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    Factors influencing ETF prices

    As ETFs are complex financial instruments and cover multiple markets, their potential influencing factors grow in number as well (the below list is non-exhaustive):

    Earnings reports

    Market-related ETF News

    Important political developments

    Tax changes

    Interest Rate Decisions- Bank of England MPC Announcements, Fed Interest rate Decisions

    Natural phenomena 

    Technological breakthroughs

    Consumer & producer preferences – CPI or PPI reports

    Are you interested in more market news? Visit our featured articles section and find out what’s trending!

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    Why trade CFDs on ETFs?

    ETF trading can be used for hedging and for investing in your favorite market or industry. You can also expand your trading opportunities from various sectors and diversify your portfolio.

    But what about CFDs on ETFs?

    ETF trading in the form of CFDs means investing in the exchange-traded fund’s price, as CFD instruments reflect the market value of financial instruments.

    When trading CFDs on ETFs, you can open trades in any direction, depending on what you expect will happen (based on your assessment of the influencing factors): prices to drop or to increase. If you believe that the price will decrease, you can open a short position (SELL). If you believe the ETF price will increase, you can open a long position (BUY).

    Plus, you can use leverage to open larger positions with smaller investments, but also with increased risks of loss.

    On CAPEX.com, you can trade so much more than CFDs on ETFs! To see our entire range of assets, check out the markets page!

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    How to trade CFDs on ETFs on CAPEX.com

    You can open a CFD on ETF position with CAPEX.com through the device of your choice, be it a smartphone, PC, or tablet.

    It’s straightforward:

    You find it hard to keep a close eye on your trades all the time? Advanced tools are available, especially for this: you can set automatic orders like Take Profit and Stop Loss to manage multiple trades and keep your risks under control!

    Ready to give us a try?

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    Trading conditions for CFDs on ETFs

    CFDs on more than 30 instruments
    Leverage 1:5
    Spread as low as 0.03 (USD)
    Zero deposit and withdrawal commissions**

    * Please note that CAPEX.com, operated by Key Way Investments Ltd, is not liable for any fees or hidden costs charged by your bank or online payment provider.
    **For any withdrawable amount lower than 100USD/EUR/GBP or any other currency equivalent, charges/fees will be covered by the client.  (Beneficiary will pay the costs – BEN).
    **Not applicable for SEPA Payments, as costs are automatically shared (SHA).

    Trading Times

    Keep in mind that trading hours may vary based on the specifics of every instrument.
    For more details, check our dedicated Trading Conditions.