Category Archives: Synthetic Indices

3 Pips Synthetic Indices Strategy For Boom & Crash Indices

3 Pips Synthetic Indices Strategy For Boom & Crash Indices

Crash indices are exclusive trading assets offered by Deriv. They are a type of synthetic indices. You can use the 3 pips strategy to grow your account with minimum risk steadily. If you do not have a synthetic indices account you can quickly open one here. Indicators to Use For The 3 Pips Synthetic Indices […]

V75 Scalping Trading Strategy

The V75 Scalping Trading Strategy

  This v75 scalping trading strategy can help you get good profits in the market. It is very simple to follow and set up. What is The V75 Index (VIX 75)? The volatility 75 (V75) index is a type of synthetic index that falls under volatility indices. V75 reflects or copies the behaviour and movement […]

How To Trade Multipliers Using Synthetic Indices

How To Trade Multipliers Using Synthetic Indices

What Are Multipliers From Deriv? Multipliers from Deriv offer a great way of limiting risk and increasing potential profits from your trades. When the market moves in your favour, you’ll multiply your potential profits. If the market moves against your prediction, your losses are limited only to your stake. For example, let’s suppose you predict […]

Synthetic Indices Vs Forex Currency Trading

Synthetic indices vs forex

This article will compare the similarities and differences between synthetic indices vs forex trading. Differences Between Synthetic Indices and Forex Some of the significant differences between synthetic indices vs currency pairs are: Underlying Asset/ Cause Of Movement Forex pairs move due to the relative strength of real currencies of different countries. The strength of these […]

Advantages Of Trading Synthetic Indices

Advantages of trading synthetic indices

Several advantages make synthetic indices trading very attractive. Below is a list of those advantages. Synthetic Indices are not affected by fundamental events Synthetic indices reflect (or copy) the behaviour of the financial markets and they move due to numbers produced by an algorithm. Since they are simulated markets, they are not affected by fundamental […]