Trading Assets

Trading Assets

A multi asset trading platform that allows you to invest safely in stocks, crypto, commodities and more.

Trading Platform
with ultra-low commissions
From technology to healthcare, New York to Hong Kong — with fractional shares, it’s easy to fill your portfolio with a variety of leading stocks from the world’s top exchanges. Invest in stocks without paying commission and without limits on trading volume
Trading Assets
with ease
Trade a wide variety of leading crypto assets and crypto crosses, using innovative tools that you won’t find anywhere else. SolidusMarkets™ Crypto offers the ultimate crypto solution: trading platform, wallet, and exchange all in one, with the security of a regulated fintech leader that you can trust.
Trading Platform
with commodities
Take advantage of exciting opportunities in the world’s top resource markets. With one-click trading, flexible leverage, and deep liquidity, trading commodity CFDs allows you to choose an investment amount without being limited to units, such as a whole barrel of oil or an ounce of gold.
Trading Platform
on currencies
Trade on the largest, most active financial market in the world — the foreign currency exchange, also known as FX. Buy and sell a wide variety of major USD pairs and other currency crosses, with up to 1:30 leverage (or up to 1:200 as a Professional Client for Centurion account) to gain greater exposure with less capital.
Trading Platform
with indices
Benefit from market trends of major stock exchanges around the world — whether they go up or down. Indices are a perfect way to invest in the overall movement of the stock market, with the flexibility to manage your exposure as you see fit.
Trading Platform
with ETFs
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) allow investors a flexible yet comprehensive way of investing in the financial markets at a low-cost entry point and without management fees — making them ideal for portfolio diversification. SolidusMarkets™ offers both investing in ETFs as the underlying asset, as well as trading them as CFDs.