The stock market is the largest financial market in the world. A stock trade is a transaction of a currency relative to other currencies. Participants in the stock market include banks, companies, financial institutions, and retail investors. The stock market is also the most liquid financial market in the world. According to the latest survey data released by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on the trading volume of the stock market at the end of 2015, the average daily trading volume of the global stock market has exceeded 6 trillion US dollars, far exceeding the sum of the stock and futures markets in the US market, and The year has grown rapidly.
Under such a large transaction volume, no individual institution can completely control the market trend. It can be said that the stock market is the fairest and most transparent trading market in the world. Investors can make real-time currency trading based on rapid market changes, thus attracting a large number of investors to invest in the stock market.
The concept of trading stocks is very simple: a commodity that can be exchanged with other currencies. By buying and selling currencies, stock traders earn spreads through exchange rate fluctuations. The great charm of the foreign exchange market is that transaction costs are very low. This means that transactions can be completed in a very short time, as short as a few seconds, and can also be traded for longer periods.
Global stock index
Global stock indexes mainly refer to Hang Seng Index, S&P 500, Nasdaq, Dow Jones Index, German DAX Index, Shenzhen Stock Exchange Index, Nikkei 225 Index, British FTSE 100, Paris CAC Index, Korea Hancheng Index, Taiwan Weighted Index, Shanghai Composite Index, Australian Common Stock, Thailand Index, India Index, Singapore Straits Index, Kuala Lumpur Index, etc.
Stock index rules
Stock index rules
|Minimum trading unit||0.01 hand|
|Minimum plus unit||0.01 hand|
|Margin ratio||0.5%, 1%, 2% or 5%|
|Minimum price gap for placing instructions||20 points|
|Profit/loss calculation||Real-time price|
24 hours a day, from 19:00 GMT on Sunday to 22:00 GMT on Friday.
Exercising daylight saving time will change synchronously
Minimum spread and minimum amplitude
|Currency pair||Lowest spread*||Minimum amplitude|
* The target bid-ask spread may change depending on market conditions. Sifang International Financial Group reserves the right to change the target bid-ask spread or margin ratio according to market conditions.
* For overnight interest, please refer to the information on the trading platform. Reserve the right to adjust overnight interest rates based on market conditions.
* Remarks: The above rules are subject to change without prior notice.
Stock margin trading, CFD trading, and other derivative trading involve high risks, and the risk of loss can be quite large. Investors should carefully consider and assess whether it is appropriate to enter into any transaction based on their financial situation and investment objectives. In making this assessment, investors should also consider seeking advice from a professional advisor. Investors should carefully read the latest version of BOISIL's product disclosure statement before making any investment decisions. The Product Information Disclosure Statement and the Investment Advisor Disclosure Statement are available free of charge from Sifang International Group. This product disclosure statement is also filed on the official website of the New Zealand Ministry of Commerce www.business.govt.nz/disclose
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