Trade Options CFDs at Plus500

Call and put options on Germany 40, Oil and Meta are available for trading with leverage. Trade on volatility with our flexible option trading CFDs.

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Trade Options CFDs With Leverage

Trade on options with up to 1:5 leverage. You can start with as little as S$200 to gain the effect of S$1,000 capital!

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Use Our Risk Management Tools

Set price alerts and Stops such as Stop Loss and Trailing Stop to manage your risk. To avoid slippage completely, use our Guaranteed Stop and the position will be closed at the exact rate you define.

Simple Account Management

Quick and smooth funding process via PayPal, bank account or credit/debit card. Various tools to manage your monetary and trading activity including a free-of-charge notifications service.

  • Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the Bid/Ask spread.
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