Indices Trading

Trade CFDs on the most popular Indices from across the world, with BONNY MARKETS. Benefit from ultra-fast execution, leverage as high as 1:500 and spreads starting from 0.4 pips.

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Choose An Account Type That Suits You

Whatever be your trading style and experience level, there’s an account that’s perfect for you.

STP - Standard Account

Spreads starting from 1.3 pips

Ultra-fast Execution

No Dealing Desk

Transparent Trading Environment

Negative Balance Protection

ECN Account

Spreads starting from 0.1 pips

Ultra-fast Execution

In-depth Market Insights

Transparent Trading Environment

Negative Balance Protection

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Why Trade With Bonny Markets ?

We go the extra mile to make trading easy, and rewarding.

Fast & Stable Trading Environment

24-hours steady trading environment, with orders getting processed in milliseconds.

Segregated Client Accounts

To ensure your funds are used for trading purposes only.

Top Institutional Liquidity

Institutional-level liquidity access, ensuring ultra-tight spread

Hassle-free Transactions

Multiple deposit and withdrawal methods with zero deposit fees on most payment methods.

Personal Trading - Eligibility

Any salaried, self-employed or professional of Public and Private companies, Government sector employees including Public Sector is eligible for Commodities Trading.


Manimum age of applicant at Tradiing: 18 years

Ultra-tight Spreads

Spreads starting from 0.1 pips.

Dedicated Customer Service

A 24/5 service for queries, consultation, and feedback.

Frequently Ask Questions

Visit our FAQ and explore the world of indices trading through our educational material and trading tools.

You can go long or short – With Indices Trading, you can go both long and short while trading. If you think the price of an index will increase, you can go long and even in a bearish market, you can go short and make profits.

You can hedge your existing positions – When you have a collection of shares, one example of hedging your position is to go short on an index to protect yourself from losses in your portfolio. So, if the market goes down and your shares start to lose value, the short position on the index will increase in value – balancing the losses from the stocks. However, if the stocks increased in value, the short index position would offset a proportion of the profits which had been made.

You can trade with leverage – When you trade CFDs you can get the advantage of leverage. This means you need only a small initial deposit – known as margin – to open a position that gives you much larger market exposure.

Share trading is when you trade the shares of a specific company. The price of the shares is determined after investment companies evaluate the value of the company using complex techniques. Once the value is calculated, they determine the price and the number of shares that will be floated.

You need to remember that while you can also trade Share CFDs, you will always be trading on specific company’s shares only, in case of share trading.

On the other hand, Index trading is the trading of a collection of many stocks that make up the index through a single instrument. The index tracks a basket of stocks that are used as indicators of an overall representation of the entire stock market (like S&P500), or they could be a specialised segment of a stock exchange like technology (NASDAQ).

Indices are a way to measure the performance of a group of assets. It gives you an overview of how a market is performing and helps understand investment opportunities along with market fluctuations.

One of the most widely known indices in the world is the S&P 500. The S&P 500 tracks the overall performance of the top 500 stocks in the US. If the average price of the 500 stocks goes up, the S&P 500 index climbs higher+. If the average price of the 500 stocks drops lower, the S&P 500 index will decline too.

With CFDs, you can speculate on the value of indices rising or falling and make profits without taking ownership of the underlying asset. (Since you can’t own the index anyway.)

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