Forex market is the world's largest financial market. According to the bank for International Settlements (BIS), in 2013 the global forex trading volume has reached 5.3 trillion, and showed a sustained growth trend. Compared with stocks, bonds and other financial market, it’s unique advantages make forex market a most popular financial product. It is fair, transparent, high liquidity with leverage mechanism, low trading cost, opening 24 hours a day. Wallstrend provides you with 28 kinds of forex pairs, including the US Dollar, Euro, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollar and so on. You can choose one or more groups of currency pairs depending on your trading habits or experience.
Crude oil is one of the most important natural resources in the world and one of the most frequently traded commodities. You can trade spot crude oil on the Wallstrend platform, which means you can choose a crude oil with certain quality as the transaction object spot contract. Crude oil trading is a CFD trading, which has nothing to do with product itself, but use margin as risk protection. With the implementation of the T+0 trading system, you can buy up or buy down, no limit up and down restrictions. It has the advantage of low risk, flexible trading, easy to cash. With higher potential profit, crude oil is a better investment choice for you with high earnings. Currently, Wallstrend provides you with widely traded U.S. crude oil (West Germany Texas) and Brent crude oil. Only one account, you can begin to trade.
Index refers to stock index, which reflects price changes in different periods. The price changes and profit or loss are reflected by CFD. In forex trading, index is traded on margin, and the profit or loss is decided by buying and selling price. Comparing to the equities, you don’t need to invest all of the funds in index which allows you freely trading, two-way trading. Thus you can enjoy all the benefits and risk at the same time. Wallstrend provides you with the six world’s most influential indexes including the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, the NASDAQ, the U.K.’s FTSE 100, Germany’s DAX 30 and France’s CAC 40.