ETX Capital

ETX Capital is a relatively new company to the spread betting scene. Launched in 2002, it is the trading name of Monecor Ltd, a company that is both FSA regulated and a member of the LSE.

Between 2008 and 2011, ETX invested heavily in technology, producing a fast and efficient trading platform as well as mobile apps.

As with many of their competitors, they have a large array of educational material, free and premium, from charts to news feeds and videos.

From the ETX website:

ETX Capital provides institutional, high net worth and retail customers with multi asset and multi market derivate dealing capability through CFDs and spread betting products. It delivers unrivalled levels of customer support from knowledgeable staff and with the utmost client confidentiality.

Equities:

A selection of shares from the Czech Republic (no shorting), Poland & Hungary, top 50 Australia, top 20 Denmark, top 20 Finland, top 40 France, top 30 Germany, top 40 Italy, top 25 Netherlands, top 20 Norway, top 40 South Africa, top 35 Spain, top 30 Sweden, top 30 Swiss, top 550 UK shares and top 500 US shares.

Indices:

Australia 200, Belgium 20, China H Shares, Denmark 20, Dollar Index, Euro Stoxx 50,  France 40, Germany 30, Greece 20, Hong Kong 40, India 50, Italy 40, Japan 225, Netherlands 25, Norway 25, Poland 20, Russell 2000, South Africa 40, SP 500, Spain 35, Sweden 30,Swiss 30, UK 100, US Tech 100, Volatility Index, Wall Street.

Currencies:

The list of currencies you can bet on at ETX includes the US dollar (USD), Japanese yen (JPY), euro (EUR), pound (GBP), Swiss franc (CHF), Australian dollar (AUD), Canadian dollar (CAD), New Zealand dollar (NZD), Norwegian krone (NOK), South African rand (ZAR), Singapore dollar (SGD), Swedish krona (SEK), Danish krone (DKK), Czeck koruna (CZK), Hungarian forint (HUF), Polish zloty (PLN).

Commodities:

Brent crude, copper, corn, cotton, feeder cattle, gold, heating oil, lean hogs, live cattle, London cocoa, London sugar, lumber, natural gas, NYMEX crude, oats, orange juice, palladium, platinum, RBOB gasoline (no lead), robusta coffee, rough rice, silver, soybean, soybean meal, soybean oil, US cocoa, US sugar (no.11) and wheat.

Interest rates:

Euribor, eurodollar, euroswiss, short sterling.

ETFs:

ETX offers a wide range of ETFs issued by various providers such as Power Shares, Pro Shares, iShares and SPDR.

Apply for an ETX spread betting account or compare with other leading providers.

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