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N1CM is your safe home to trade a rich variety of carefully procured trading products ranging from Forex to Stock CFDs, commodities such as Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium to Oil, as well as Indices CFDs and Cryptocurrency CFDs.

Be in control of your own investment portfolio and enjoy the lowest spreads, fast execution, diversified deposit options, wide array of our innovative and up-to-date product line on leverage of up to 1:1000.

Trading Forex

Trade over 45 FX major, minor and exotic pairs with super-low commissions and tight spreads. Take advantage of trading with leverages as high as 1:1000. Open an account and get to trade on the world’s most liquid financial markets all five days of the week. Gain easy and quick access to the world’s leading trading platforms MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.

Forex is an abbreviation of ‘foreign exchange’, but when it comes to Forex trading it is actually global currency pairs you’ll be working with. Given the world’s various time zones and different hours of business from one country to the next, currency trading continues on a 24-hour basis.

Among all the financial markets available in the world, forex trading is definitively the most popular trading instrument by far and wide. The reason lies with the fact that forex markets serve up the largest amount of capital fluidity in the world, with a daily turnover of over $5 trillion. Such high figures mean successful trades in the short-term and long-term for traders vying to lock in great profits and expand their portfolio. Traders, on a global scale, capitalize on the volatility of currency prices in the most liquid markets.

  • Leverage up to 1:1000
  • 52 Currency pairs
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Variable Spreads
  • Lowest Trading Costs
  • Zero Commission
  • Demo Trading
  • Negative Balance Protection
  • No Hidden Costs
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Commodités de tradings

Trading commodities with N1CM is as metal as it gets, accompanied with low commissions, tight spreads with leverage of up to 1:500. Open an account and take advantage of the liquidity of the commodity markets when you trade with gold, silver, platinum, palladium as well as the ever popular trading instruments – natural gas and oil.

The easiest way to look at commodities is as the building blocks of the world we live in. Commodities are split into four primary categories – livestock & meat, metals, agriculture and energy. The commodities market is both extremely liquid and important due to the world’s reliance on the specific commodities being traded globally.

  • Leverage up to 1:500
  • Gold, Oil, Silver & More
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Variable Spreads
  • Lowest Trading Costs
  • Zero Commission
  • Demo Trading
  • Negative Balance Protection
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Stocks de trading

Traders invest in CFD stocks due to its ease of access to many prominent and international companies such as Apple Inc., Amazon Inc., Tesla Inc., and so many more. Essentially, a trader invests in a stock and tracks the underlying asset. Profits can then be reaped when the value of the purchased stock rises. Since CFDs also offer substantial leverage, traders need only put down a small margin to get started on trading stocks and take advantage of the price movements on any given stock.

The stock market operates on the back of conflicting opinions among investors. A trader sells shares in a company believing their value will decrease, while another buys them having predicted the value will increase. Whichever of the two traders was on the money with their projection comes out in the money.

  • Leverage 1:100
  • 12 Currency pairs
  • Biggest Global Companies
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Variable Spreads
  • Lowest Trading Costs
  • Zero Commission
  • Demo Trading
  • Negative Balance Protection
  • No Hidden Costs
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Indices de trading

Indices are price measurements that let you track and measure the performance of essentially vessels of individual shares. Stocks of companies are batched together in relation to a specific market, sector or industry.

In essence, indices or indexes are a method of measuring and analyzing the performance of companies trading publicly, a great example of which is the widely known the Nasdaq 100.

Nasdaq 100 is a basket of the 100 largest, most strongly and actively traded U.S companies under the umbrella of the Nasdaq stock exchange. When the compositional stock value of the Nasdaq 100 declines, so does the index as a whole. On the flipside, when the overall stock value of the index increases, Nasdaq’s price point improves accordingly.

Get to experience buying and selling indices at N1CM with the absolute industry titans such as Dow Jones, Nasdaq, SP500 and more. Enrich your portfolio with 12 universal indices and buy & sell at spot prices with N1CM. Benefit from low spreads and minimal commissions with leverage of up to 1:100.

  • Leverage 1:100
  • 120 Global Indices
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  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Variable Spreads
  • Lowest Trading Costs
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  • Easy Account Opening under 1 minutes
  • Globally Regulated and Licensed Trusted Broker
  • Differentiated deposit methods including Major Cryptos with Extra Bonus
  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Lowest Forex Trading Costs
  • Advanced Platforms, MT4 & MT5
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Fast Deposits & Fast Withdrawals within 12 hours
  • High Levels of Leverage up to 1:1000
  • More than 45+ Forex pairs including Majors, minors, exotics
  • Global Trade & Local Support
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Forex is the trading of the world's many currencies. It is the go to term to describe Forex Exchange, also known as currency trading or FOREX trading. What it is essentially, is comparing one country's currency to another. In simpler terms, traders buy a currency against another when it's at a lower price point, and later sell it when it's relatively high, thus making profit on their investment.
So why trade Forex at all? For starters, it is decidedly the most liquid market in the world, operating 24 hours a day, five days of the week. With the advent and advancements of the internet, the corresponding technology, platforms, tools and the increased accessibility to the end-user i.e. you, the business is booming. It's a high wave which more and more are looking to ride and get their fair share of the pie.
The internet has become home to a lot of industries and businesses world-wide, and forex trading is no exception. It's never been easier to dive into the world of trading and be off to the races. Before you start trading live, take advantage of a 'demo account'. What makes a demo account so great for traders of all levels is that you can try and test your methods and strategies on our mobile and desktop platforms for free. A demo account provides you with a demonstration of the outcomes of your trading choices. Be advised that demo trading differs from live trading on one aspect: lack of risk. Obviously, when demo trading, you have zero risk of losing capital and neither can you make profits. Consequently, there are no strings attached and you simulate your trades with your mind at ease. On the flipside, when trading live, psychological factors come into light where you're keenly aware of each trading decision you make. As opposed to demo trading, your mental state will differ while trading live simply because your actual funds are in question. Be sure to utilize daily financial news, data and tools provided by N1CM to maximize the potential of your earnings. The best guess is an educated one, it applies to trading as well. In any case, our brilliant support team is here to provide support whenever you'd like.
Trading activities basically revolve around the world's three major markets: Asia, Europe and the US. Each market has its own fixed cycles during which they operate, and each one comes with its own unique properties, pros and cons. Depending on your location and lifestyle, each session's time zone and availability can easily be found out via a quick search on the internet. Asia (including Wellington, NZ and Sydney, AU) kicks off its trading session the earliest and is usually considered the quietest in terms of trading volume. Europe takes over as the Asian session comes to an end. Europe, or London to be more specific, is the financial capital of the world which has the biggest impact of trading globally. Europe sees the greatest amount of volumes traded due to the fact that it overlaps Asia's closing time and the U.S. market opens a few hours before the European session ends. Finally, the US is up to start its trading session where major news published by US media outlets can cause hectic fluctuations on the US dollar itself.
Forex trading simply equates to trading of currencies. We currently offer 52 currency pairs, including the 'major' pairs. The term 'majors' refer to the most traded currency pairs and they are a part of many a trader's trading choice. The four major currency pairs on the forex market are the EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, and USD/CHF. As opposed to controlling equities or rummaging through thousands of stocks, such manageable numbers of the Forex market really makes matters less complex as it offers a narrow range of options to trade with and capitalize on.
Let's take a look at the following pair: USD/EUR 0.56780/0.56781 The former currency, USD, is what we call the 'base currency'. The latter currency, EUR, is the 'quote currency'. The pairs of five digits next to the currencies stand for the 'bid' price and the 'ask' price respectively. If you wanted to buy USD, believing that the Euro would appreciate against the US dollar, you'd have to pay the 'ask' price, which is 0.56780 in this example. Otherwise, if you believe that the Euro would depreciate against the US dollar and you wanted to sell it, in that case you would sell it at the 'bid' price of 0.56783. The difference between the bid and the ask price is called a spread, which in this example is 0.00003, meaning a loss of 3 pips. Each number after the decimal point is called a 'pip'. Usually most pairs have five decimal places besides JPY pairs which have two.
Let's take a look at the following pair: USD/EUR 0.56780/0.56781 The former currency, USD, is what we call the 'base currency'. The latter currency, EUR, is the 'quote currency'. The pairs of five digits next to the currencies stand for the 'bid' price and the 'ask' price respectively. If you wanted to buy USD, believing that the Euro would appreciate against the US dollar, you'd have to pay the 'ask' price, which is 0.56780 in this example. Otherwise, if you believe that the Euro would depreciate against the US dollar and you wanted to sell it, in that case you would sell it at the 'bid' price of 0.56783. The difference between the bid and the ask price is called a spread, which in this example is 0.00003, meaning a loss of 3 pips. Each number after the decimal point is called a 'pip'. Usually most pairs have five decimal places besides JPY pairs which have two.
This is where we come in. As a trusted broker, we offer demo accounts where you can simulate your trading experience and fine-tune your charts, tools and methods without risk to your capital. Once you're ready to trade live, you can complete your registration for a live account in less than five minutes.
Trading forex is as easy as pie, so grab your fork and let's get down to the basics. Forex is traded in certain amounts referred to as 'lots'. Lots are the number of currency units you intend to buy or sell. There are three kinds of lots that you trade in the forex market. One standard lot: 100,000 units of the base currency, known as 1.0 lot One mini lot: 10,000 units of the base currency, known as 0.1 lot One micro lot: 1,000 units of the base currency, known as 0.01 lot Next, we have terms such as 'margin', 'leverage' and 'risk'. Let's go over what these mean for the trader and the broker. Margin is the money you deposit in your account to trade with. Depending on the broker, you're offered a certain leverage which can be as low as 1:100 or as high as 1:1000. What does it all mean? If you opted for 1:100 leverage, then for every 1 unit you have in a trade, you would effectively control 100 units in a trade. If it were 1:1000, for every 1 unit you have in your trading account, you would control 1000 units in practice. As you can see, the higher the leverage is, the more currencies you have control over. Finally comes the risk factor and it's up to you to determine what and how much you are willing to trade.
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  • Differentiated deposit methods including Major Cryptos with Extra Bonus
  • Competitive Spreads from 0.0 Pips
  • Lowest Indices Trading Costs
  • Advanced Platforms, MT4 & MT5
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Fast Deposits & Fast Withdrawals within 12 hours
  • Global Top Indices SP500, NAS100, UK100, GER30
  • Global Trade & Local Support
  • High Levels of Leverage up to 1:100
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Index trading refers to the buying and selling of a certain stock market index. Investors will speculate on the price of an index rising or falling which then determines whether they will be buying or selling. Since an index represents the performance of a group of stocks, you will not be buying any actual underlying stock, but rather buying the average performance of the group of stocks. When the price of shares for the companies within an index go up, the value of the index increases. If the price instead falls, the value of the index will drop. Traders make a forecast on the price of an index; speculate on whether its value will appreciate or depreciate i.e. increase in value over time or decrease in value over time. Keep in mind that traders do not get to possess the actual ownership of a stock, but merely buying or selling a representation of it. The value of the index goes up or down in direct relation to the body of companies it is composed of.
The most popular trading indices method is synonymous with buying or selling CFD indices. The immediate advantage of this method is that a trader can open a position at a lower initial cost with ease, along with the ability to go long or short on a trade. Trades who are in the market for the long run are geared towards index futures to avoid overnight charges that come with large spreads. It favors those who enter a trade for the long-term. On the other hand, cash indices provide a haven for traders interested in making profits in the short-term. Unlike index futures, cash indices feature tighter spreads and current prices at any given time.
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Trading hours and contract specifications differ depending on the trading instrument of your choice. Please refer to the relevant information table by going onto your MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5 platform. Right-click on your favored instrument and then click on specifications to see the complete breakdown of an instrument’s contract details.
No, it will remain open and the necessary balance adjustments will be applied to your account.
Please refer to the relevant information table by going onto your MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5 platform. Right-click on your favored instrument and then click on specifications to see the complete breakdown of an instrument’s contract details.
When trading indices, you are able to utilize a leverage of up to 1:100.
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  • Lowest Commodities Trading Costs
  • Advanced Platforms, MT4 & MT5
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Fast Deposits & Fast Withdrawals within 12 hours
  • Gold, Silver, Platinum & Palladium
  • Global Trade & Local Support
  • High Levels of Leverage up to 1:500
  • Secure and Safe Services
The easiest way to look at commodities is as the building blocks of the world we live in. The two popular commodity types are energy and metals. The commodities market is both extremely liquid and important due to the world’s reliance on the specific commodities being traded globally.
When you trade a commodity, you are speculating on the price change of a raw physical asset, like gold or oil. Many factors – especially supply and demand – will impact the market price. When you trade commodities online with N1CM, you don’t take ownership of the underlying asset (for example, a bar of gold). Instead, you trade a “futures contract”, also known as a Contract for Difference (CFD) that gets derived from the real-time price movements of the underlying asset. So, if the purchase price of gold goes up, the traded price does too. While this concept might sound confusing at first, a CFD trade is simply an agreement between the buyer and seller to complete a transaction for a set price and time.
Commodities are traded in currency pairs – for example, XAU/USD (Gold v US dollar). Gold, for instance, is one of the most sought after commodities in the world given its scarcity and therefore, value. Let's use an example of spread betting to explain how currency pairs can be traded on, using the words buy/sell to represent long and short derivative positions. XAU/USD (Gold v US Dollar) is a widely traded major commodities pair. An example of a currency price is XAU/USD = 1.3560/1.35602 (sell rate/buy rate). In this instance, gold is the base currency and the US dollar is the quoted currency. To buy one unit of the base currency, the trader will have to pay 1.3562 in the quoted currency - US dollars in this case. Conversely, if the trader wishes to sell one unit of gold, they would receive 1.3560 US dollars. A trader may buy the XAU/USD pair if they believe gold will increase in value relative to the dollar. Buying the XAU/USD dollar pair can also be referred to as ‘going long’. Alternatively, a trader could sell the XAU/USD pair - also known as ‘going short’ - if they believe the value of gold will go down relative to the dollar.
Commodities can be categorized into two types: Hard commodities: A hard commodity is mined from the earth or extracted from natural resources. Soft commodities: A soft commodity can be grown on agricultural farms or extracted from another parent substance. These can be further split into four sub-categories: metals, energy, agriculture and livestock.
The precious metals CFDs are active between 01:00 on Monday all the way to 23:55 on Friday, depending on server time. The same timeframe goes for all precious metal instruments which are gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
The trading hours for UKOIL (Brent crude oil) are Mon 03:00 – Sun 23:55 GMT. The trading hours for USOIL (West Texas oil) are Mon 01:00 – Sun 23:55 GMT.
The minimum trade size for any and all types of products offered by N1CM is 0.01 lots. Consequently, if you trade 0.01 lots of gold, you will be trading 10 ounces. Are there any commissions on commodities CFDs trades? N1CM does not charge any commissions on its CNT and STD accounts for commodities CFDs trades. However, there is a $5 per lot on commission on ECN accounts. 1 lot = 100.000 units of a currency This means if you execute a trade that is worth 100.000 units of a currency, you would be charged $5 for your transaction.
N1CM has on offer the most traded commodity assets in the world with competitive spreads and uber low commissions with up to 1:100 leverage to boot. Gold Gram vs Turkish: GAUTRY Gold Gram vs US Dollar: GAUUSD Silver vs US Dollar: XAGUSD Gold vs Euro: XAUEUR Gold vs US Dollar: XAUUSD Palladium vs US Dollar: XPDUSD Platinum vs US Dollar: XPTUSD NATGAS: US Natural Gas UKOIL: UK Brent Oil USOIL: US Crude Oil
  • Easy Account Opening under 1 minutes
  • Globally Regulated and Licensed Trusted Broker
  • Differentiated deposit methods including Major Cryptos with Extra Bonus
  • Lowest Stock CFDs Trading Costs
  • Advanced Platforms, MT4 & MT5
  • Fast Execution under 20 milliseconds
  • Fast Deposits & Fast Withdrawals within 12 hours
  • High Levels of Leverage up to 1:100
  • Global Top Indices SP500, NAS100, UK100, GER30
  • Global Trade & Local Support
  • Secure and Safe Services
A CFD stands for ‘’contract for difference’’ where you trade (buy or sell) the investment product of your choice tracking the performance of an underlying security. Traders invest in CFD stocks due to its ease of access to many prominent and international companies such as Apple Inc., Amazon Inc., Tesla Inc., and so many more. Essentially, a trader invests in a stock and tracks the underlying asset. Profits can then be reaped when the value of the purchased stock rises. Since CFDs also offer substantial leverage, traders need only put down a small margin to get started on trading stocks and take advantage of the price movements on any given stock.
The stock market operates on the back of varying opinions and predictions among investors. A trader sells shares in a company believing their value will decrease, while another buys them having predicted the value will increase. Whichever of the two traders is on the money with their projection comes out in the money.
N1CM offers an ever-expanding list of over 35 stocks for you to peruse across the US, UK, Europe and Asian markets. For a complete breakdown of any given stock, please refer to its specifications in our MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms.
No, trading stock CFDs means you are only trading the price movements of the underlying asset.
N1CM does not charge any commissions on its CNT and STD accounts for stock CFDs trades. However, there is a $5 per lot on commission on ECN accounts. 1 lot = 100.000 units of a currency This means if you execute a trade that is worth 100.000 units of a currency, you would be charged $5 for your transaction.
Each and every type of leveraged trading products carry an inherent risk to an extent; trading stock CFDs is no different. It is in your best interest to properly assess and manage the trading product of your choice and implement the necessary risk management and trading strategies.
As opposed to forex trading, the factors that influence a stock’s price are dependent upon a company’s financial performance, its relative industry and how it competes against other companies in the same playing field. Other factors include trends in other parts of the business world. In a quite recent example, Elon Musk has taken the world by storm with Tesla Inc., offering a greener and more efficient solution to a century old tradition of using gas-guzzling automobiles. The advent of electrically powered and fueled automobiles enables much less environmentally damaging emissions. For this reason alone, Tesla Inc. has become one of the global companies to invest in for traders all around the world.