Find your opportunity in the vast and exciting world of forex, metals, stocks, and other financial markets.

Ultra Low Spread
One of our advantages is offering ultra low spreads on major FX Pairs
Zero Commissions
All of our trading instruments have zero commissions
Everything between you and the dealing room is accessible by the required authorities for auditing
Funds Safety
Your fund is kept in segregated accounts, and your trades are secured by negative balance protection.
24 Hours Trading
Upto 1:500
Multiple Platforms
60+ Currency Pairs
Market Analysis
Trade major, minor and exotic currency pairs 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. Forex is the most liquid market in the world, with around $5 trillion exchanged every single day
Get the right opportunities in price movements of precious metals. Trade Gold, Silver, and other precious metals against the dollar with ultra low spreads and a very fast execution
Buy and sell shares from some of the biggest brands in the world, such as Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and more. Take the advantage of trading US stocks zero commission

Frequently Asked Questions

What are prime examples of trading instruments?

Some of the prime trading instruments available are Currencies, Stocks, Indices, Commodities, and Share Baskets. Each of them is a wholly unique asset, most of them are offered in the form of CFDs and they all offer various ways of getting involved in the investing world. We display them all on this page, so scroll back up to check them out for more information.

What are tradable instruments?

In the world of investment, a tradable instrument refers to a kind of asset that you can buy. These assets can be anything from shares in a business, to precious metals like gold and commodities like Crude Oil. Instruments aren’t exclusive to physical assets either; they can include indices and CFDs, which are more virtual and speculative.

What is the best instrument?

The best trading instrument largely depends on how you intend to invest. Instruments like Commodities and Forex tend to be more volatile with the highest risk and reward ratio.

Why to trade with Power Global?

Power Global Markets prides itself on a superb industry reputation among its peers and customers. Fully regulated by the Division 7 of the Marshall Islands Business Corporations Power Global Markets offers a highly competitive range of trading instruments, along with highly competitive spreads and prices on assets letting our customers take their portfolios further.

What are Majors in Forex Trading?

In forex trading, some currency pairs are nicknamed majors (major pairs). This category includes the most traded currency pairs and they always include the USD on one side.

Major pairs include:

What are Minors in Forex Trading?
In forex trading, minor currency pairs or crosses are all currency pairs that do not include the USD on one side.
What are Exotics in Forex Trading?
In forex trading, exotic pairs or exotics refers to currency pairs that include a major currency paired with the currency of a smaller or emerging economy. Exotic pairs tend to be traded less frequently, in comparison to majors. They usually have more volatility and are less liquid.

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Disclaimer: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 63% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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