GMO Click Securities: Nikkei 225, Amazon most traded CFDs in May

GMO Click Securities: Nikkei 225, Amazon most traded CFDs in May

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The index Nikkei225 (JPN225) is the most traded CFDs on the platforms of the world’s largest forex broker in terms of trading volume, GMO Click Securities, shows data released by the company today. In the category of foreign equities most traded is Amazon. 

According to the company, Nikkei 225, which consists of the stocks of Japan’s largest companies across all sectors, retains its top position for the 18-th consecutive month. At the same time, historical data shows that Amazon has climbed from the fifth position in April and has displaced Apple to the second position.

In the general ranking of most traded CFDs, the Japanese index is followed by CFDs on crude oil and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (US30) index, much like in April. The ranking of the three most traded CFDs has remained unchanged since September 2015, according to the GMO Click Securities data. Only exception is this past March when the US30 index was displaced to fourth position by gold spot.

Most traded CFDs in all categories
May 2016 April 2016
1. JPN225 JPN225
2. Crude Oil Crude Oil
3. US30 US30
4. Gold Spot Gold Spot
5. HongKong H HongKong H
6. soy S&P500
7. DAX30 DAX30
8. NAS100 NAS100
9. S&P500 Shanghai A50
10. Shanghai A50 Silver spot

The situation with the most traded CFDs on foreign equities is somewhat more dynamic, shows the data of GMO Click Securities. Since the start of the year, Tesla Motors has been climbing in the ranks and are steadily sitting in the third place in April and March, propelled by the unveiling of the automotive company’s Tesla Model 3 in the end of March.

Most traded foreign equities CFDs

 

May 2016

April 2016

1.

Amazon

Apple

2.

Apple

Facebook

3.

Tesla Motors

Tesla Motors

4.

Facebook

Microsoft

5.

Alphabet Inc. (Google)

Amazon

6.

Microsoft

Alphabet Inc. (Google)

7.

Monsanto

Netflix

8.

Goldman Sachs Group

mining

9.

Twitter

Starbucks

10.

Halliburton

IBM

GMO Click Securities is part of the Japanese brokerage GMO Click Holdings (TYO:7177). The GMO Click group also includes  the forex broker FX Prime by GMO Corp., Hong Kong-based GMO-Z.com Forex HK, GMO-Z.com Bullion HK, and London-based GMO-Z.com Trade UK. Through its subsidiaries it offers online trading of forex, CFDs and precious metals. It also provides various financial instruments to retail investors.

Earlier in June GMO Click Hildings reported drops in the May forex trading volumes of both GMO Click Securities and FXPrime. The trend continues from April.

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