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Benefit from trading on the most popular markets!



Trade with over 50 currency pairs on the most liquid market


Diversify your trading portfolio with 50+ commodities


Trade 100+ listed options across 15 exchanges globally.


Get exposure to 17+ indices on the global markets


Enjoy acquiring shares of the leading companies in the industry


Speculate on the underlying market price, without entering the future contract yourself.

Forex trading

The forex market (FX) is the world’s largest decentralized financial market, with trading volumes exceeding $6.5 trillion a day. This is far more than on other markets. Trading 24-hours a day, there’s always an opportunity to buy or sell.

Foreign exchange, or forex for short, is quite simply a market where you’re able to exchange one currency for another. When you ‘sell’ a currency, there is a buyer for that currency somewhere else. Now, the exchange rate between those two currencies is what’s important when trading forex. The exchange rate is constantly fluctuating, and it’s these fluctuations that allow market speculators to earn from trading.

When you’re trading forex, you’ll be trading currency pairs. So, two different currencies will be involved, and you’ll be speculating about their value in relation to each other.

Why trade forex with InvestCore?

Spreads from 0.3
Access 50+ Currency Pairs
0.20s Average execution speed
Leverage up to 1:200
All trading strategies available

Commodities trading

Speculate on the price of raw physical assets, such as gold, silver, oil, wheat, and sugar. You do not need to take ownership of the underlying asset or think about physical delivery. Trade gold and silver, as well as coffee, cocoa, cotton, orange juice, sugar, oil, gas, and more. When you trade commodity CFDs, you enter an exciting market with suppliers, merchants, and large buyers who protect their prices on future deliveries by locking in prices today.

Trade Precious Metals

Gold and silver are traded against both the US dollar and euro similarly to other currency pairs on the platform. Platinum and palladium are both traded against the US dollar, much like other currency pairs on the platform.

Trade Soft Commodities

They present good diversification for traders as their prices are built around the moving and delivery of physical assets. Enter the market with suppliers and buyers protecting their prices on future deliveries and locks in key strategic supplies.

Why trade with InvestCore?


Choose from 50+ commodities, commodity stocks and ETFs


Keep your costs down with the lowest spreads


Short-term profits with Contract for differences (CFDs)


Diversify your trading portfolio

Indices trading

A stock index is a hugely important part of our financial world, but it is just a number representing the top shares from a particular exchange.

For example, the FTSE 100 represents the largest 100 companies traded on the London Stock Exchange. If, on average, the share price of these companies goes up - then the FTSE 100 will rise with them. And if they fall, it will drop.

Other examples of stock indices include

Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P (US)
DAX and CAC (Europe)
Hang Seng, Nikkei and ASX (Asia-Pacific)

Indices are a measurement of the performance of a group of shares that are listed on an exchange. There is no underlying physical asset to exchange when trading indices, most indices trading is done with financial derivatives like CFDs.

Why trade Indices with InvestCore?

Access our unique deep liquidity to gain more
Get fixed spreads on the stock indices
Trading indices is cheaper than trading each individual share
Get exposure to an entire sector or economy at once
Hedge against increasing volatility in your share portfolio or on your existing leveraged stock positions

Shares Trading

Shares in a company are typically issued to raise capital at launch or for the planned expansion of a business and reflect proportionate ownership of a company or enterprise. By buying shares in a company, an investor legally owns a certain percentage of that company and may be eligible to obtain voting rights and receive a percentage of profits, called a dividend, from the company’s earnings.

Shares trading is usually referred to as Equity trading, as the owner of shares has direct equity in the company, they have chosen to invest in. When you trade shares at InvestCore you are speculating on the underlying share price movement rather than owning any shares yourself.

This means that you can trade on price movements using a Spread betting or CFD trading account and can open both Buy and Sell positions on a stock, for greater trading opportunities.

Why trade Shares with InvestCore?


Hedge your trading portfolio, as with leverage it is less capital-intensive.


Short-sell stock offers you trading possibilities on falling stock prices.


Trade shares of the top companies, reacting fast to the market moves when needed.


Fast execution on share CFDs, with leverage up to 1:200.

Options Trading

An option trading is an act of buying and selling options. These are contracts that give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a set price if it moves beyond that price within a set timeframe.

Why trade Options with InvestCore?

Limited risks involved due to option buyers have the right, not the obligation, to exercise the contract for the underlying at the exercise price.
Insurance possible, as options contracts can give the risk-averse investor a method to protect their downside risk when a stock market crash may occur.
Lower capital requirements for trading options.

For example, imagine you anticipated the price of US crude oil to rise from $40 to $50 a barrel over the next few weeks. You decide to buy a call option giving you the right to buy the market at $45 a barrel at any time within the next month. The price you pay to buy the option is known as the ‘premium’.

If US crude oil rises above $45 (the ‘strike’ price) before your option expires, you’ll be able to buy the market at a discount. But if it stays below the indicated price, you don’t need to exercise your right and can simply let the option expire. In this scenario, all you’ll have lost is the premium you paid to open your position.

When you trade options with InvestCore, you’ll be using spread bets or CFDs to speculate on the option’s premium – which will fluctuate as the probability of the option being profitable at expiry changes. Trading options in this way can form an important part of a wider strategy.


Futures are derivative financial contracts obligating the parties to transact an asset at a set price and date. The buyer has to purchase the asset as well as the seller has to sell the underlying asset at the prearranged price despite the situation on the market.

Underlying assets include physical commodities or other financial instruments. Futures contracts detail the quantity of the underlying asset and are standardized to facilitate trading on a futures exchange. Futures can be used for hedging or trade speculation.

A trader may speculate on the direction of a security, commodity, or financial instrument. Futures are used to hedge the price movement of the underlying asset to help prevent losses from unfavorable price changes.

Why trade Futures with InvestCore?

Speculate on the direction in the price of an underlying asset
Go or short and profit despite the fact whether the markets are rising or falling
Hedge the price of its raw materials or product you are selling to protect from adverse price movements