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Securities and Bonds Trading

LioTrade offers a range of targeted bonds in the US, Europe and Asia (also known as promissory notes or securities) for trading using CFDs

With spreads from $ 0.03 (market) and leverage of up to 20: 1, you will not find a better place to start trading bills  

  • Bonds of the government of the USA, Japan and European countries
  • No transaction fees  
  • Low spreads - from $ 0.03 in the market
  • Leverage up to 500:1
  • Use long (buy) or short (sale) positions - trade as you see fit

What are bills of exchange??

Government bills - bonds issued by national governments are considered one of the safest types of long-term investment.

When an investor buys a government bond, he actually lends him funds. In turn, the state pays interest on the amount of the loan. The nominal value of the bond does not change.

Being a bondholder before maturity is not necessary. Today, the secondary market for government bonds is developing successfully.

There are a number of factors that should be considered when calculating the likely price of a government bond, including political stability, foreign exchange rate, and inflation risk.


Trading CFDs on bond value

LioTrade allows you to use CFDs to speculate on the changing price of standard government bond futures, such as a 10-year US Treasury ticket.

A CFD is a type of financial derivative that allows you to speculate on the price of an underlying asset — in this case, government bond futures — without owning it.

The advantage of trading CFDs is that you can use long (buy) and short (sell) positions, trade with leverage to move to a larger position and do it all from a common online trading platform.