What are indices?

Indices are statistical measures of the change in stock portfolios representing segments of markets. Simply put, each index is a measure of a stock bundle value. They are useful because it can be difficult to monitor each instrument trading in a country one by one. Therefore, trade is simplified by providing an illustration of the market.

Causes of Trade Indices

By providing investors with a broader perspective on a group of stocks, the indices reduce the risk arising from the trading of stocks or shares of individual companies. When trading global stock indices, traders can diversify their portfolio geographically and create the potential to profit from market movements around the world.
At a Glance: Trading Indices at LAMDA BROKERS
• 16 indices for trade
• Up to 400: 1 leverage