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We were founded in 2020 with the goal of becoming the leading online Financial Technology and Foreign Exchange Broker. OMNIA Markets is a true ECN, No Dealing Desk brokerage specialising in Forex, CFDs, Commodities, Fibre Optic Communications and Fintech solutions for traders globally.
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Forex, is quite simply a market where you’re able to exchange one currency for another. When you ‘sell’ a currency, there is a buyer for that currency somewhere else. Now, the exchange rate between those two currencies is what’s important when trading forex. The exchange rate is constantly fluctuating, and it’s these fluctuations that allow market speculators to earn from trading.
With a daily trade volume of $5 trillion dollars, the forex market itself is huge! It eclipses the likes of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) which, by comparison, has a trading volume of only $20 billion per day.
Most trading platforms offer leveraged transactions at a fixed ratio. For example, if the ratio is set to 1:100, then for each $1 invested, the platform loans the trader an additional $99. Leveraging is considered a double-edged sword, since losses are also leveraged, and can result in funds depleting rapidly.
For this reason, The Forex Market’s sheer size attracts a wide range of different participants, including Central Banks, Investment Managers, Hedge Funds, Corporations, Brokers and Retail Traders
Some of our popular currencies include:
EURUSD | GBPUSD | USDTRY | AUDUSD | USDJPY | USDCAD
Precious metals is one of the most ancient trading practices in the world, dating back thousands of years. Commodities are unique, given that they have a real world physical representation. Whether it’s an energy source, such as oil, or a precious metal like gold or platinum, commodities exist in the real world and, therefore, are also affected by real world events.
Traders tend to use precious metals as ‘safe-haven’ assets which become more tradable as economic developments and political unrest cause increased volatility across other markets. Afterall, when adverse market conditions arise from war, recession, government debt issues etc, Gold retains its value whereas stocks and currencies are vulnerable to significant losses.
Gold, Silver and Platinum are characteristically limited in supply, which means that they tend to be of higher value. Where Gold is used as the main safe-haven asset, Silver is typically used in industrial production. Therefore, it’s more susceptible to price fluctuations from changes in business conditions.
Some of our most popular commodities include:
Gold | Usoil | Natural Gas | Silver | Platinum
Every major stock market around the world has an index, or several indices, which reflect the status of a specific segment of that market. Indices are considered more stable than individual stocks, since they contain many different assets, which tend to balance each other out.
A stock index is a group of stocks that can be bought or sold as a single tradable instrument. Now, some traders speculate on how the price of a single asset changes however, some choose to speculate with Stock Indices. As a group, stock indices can be used to indicate the health of an industry or even a country.
For example, the NASDAQ index on Wall Street aggregates major companies from the tech sector, such as Apple and Google, and since it contains rival companies, if one falls, sometimes its competitor will rise, maintaining the index’s overall balance.
However, stock indices aren’t only comprised of stocks that are grouped together because of their geographical location. Some stock indices represent and track the performance of certain sectors of the market. For example, DAX 30 for example, is a group of the 30 top-performing companies in Germany. Classified as a ‘national stock index’ it gives an indication of the health of the German stock market.
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