Indices are the most popular form of CFDs. RevoTrade has a large range of Indices from around the world to choose from, including the Australian S&P 200 Index, UK FTSE 100 Index, US E-mini S&P 500 and US DJIA Index.

A stock index is a good indicative measure of market performance. Indices such as the FTSE 100 and DJIA Index are baskets of blue chip stocks listed on the exchange and are generally a good measure of the current market sentiment. A change in the performance of any constituent stock in an index is reflected in a change in the overall value of that index.

Indices have the advantage of allowing traders to take a wider view of a basket of stocks rather than taking a view on one individual stock alone. Online CFD and futures based indices are offered on both RevoTrade MetaTrader 4 Platform.

  • 16 Indices to trade from

  • Leverage up to 1:200

  • Spreads as low as 0.5 pips

  • Deep Liquidity

  • No commissions

  • MetaTrader 4

(Spot) Equity Indices Spreads

RevoTrade offers competitive spreads across all of our cash Indices, including the E-mini S&P 500 Index from 0.5 points, the FTSE 100 Index from 1 point, Xetra DAX Index from 1 point and S&P 200 Index from 1 point.

Futures Indices

In addition to Equity Indices, RevoTrade also offers Futures Indices: ICE Dollar Index and VIX Index.

Indices example

Buying: Australia 200 Index

The gross profit on your trade is calculated as follows:

Opening the Position

Closing the Position

Opening Price
Closing Price
Gross Profit on Trade
19.00 points x 2 contracts ($2 per point) = AUD $38.00
The price of the Australia 200 Index is 4950.00/4951.00. You are of the view that blue-chip stocks are undervalued so you decide to buy 2 contracts at 4951.00. (One contract is equal to $1 per index point). No commission is charged on Indices.
For every point that the bid quote on the Australia 200 Index rises above 4951.00 you will make a profit of $2 AUD, for every point the bid quote falls below 4951.00 you will lose $2 AUD.
Four days later, the Australia 200 Index has risen to 4970.00/4971.00 and you decide to take your profit. You close your position by selling 2 contracts at 4970.00.

How to determine if a client is entitled dividend from
Index AUS200?

From the above example, let us assume that the ex-dividend date for Index AUS200 is on the of 18th August 2016. Therefore, a client must have an open position for Index AUS200 before the 18th of August 2016 and it must remain open until the 18th August 2016, in order to have the dividend adjustment of $2.44 per lot. To determine if the dividend adjustment is added or deducted to the client’s account, will depend on whether it is a SELL or BUY on AUS200. If the client has 1 lot of BUY for AUS200, the client will be entitled $2.44 per lot. However, if it is a SELL of AUS200, the client will be deducted $2.44 per lot. The amount $2.44 per lot will be converted to the client’s base currency, before it is being deducted.
Since this is from index AUS200, the dividend adjustment will be AUD$2.44 per lot. Alternatively, if the index is US500, the dividend adjustment would be USD$2.44 per lot. RevoTrade EX- Dividends Excel sheet shows the expected Indices that will have their index points adjusted for the given week and the actual ex-dividend adjustment amount for each indices will be updated regularly on our blog, Ex- Dividends Adjustments.


AUS200 Australia S&P ASX 200 Index 0.950 1.120
CHINA50 FTSE China A50 Index 3.500 5.000
DE30 Germany 30 Index 0.950 1.000
ES35 Spain 35 Index 4.200 4.400
F40 France 40 Index 1.000 1.200
HK50 Hong Kong 50 Index 7.000 10.000
IT40 Italy 40 Index 9.000 10.000
JP225 Japan 225 Index 6.000 8.000
STOXX50 EU Stocks 50 Index 1.500 1.850
UK100 UK 100 Index 1.000 1.000
US2000 US Small Cap 2000 Index 0.300 0.300
US30 US Wall Street 30 Index 2.300 2.500
US500 US SPX 500 Index 0.600 0.600
USTEC US Tech 100 Index 2.000 2.200
DXY ICE Dollar Index™ Futures 0.025 0.060
VIX CBOE VIX Index™ Futures 0.090 0.100