bond investing

US Treasury Notes and Bonds

Start investing in some of the most popular long-term securities in the capital markets.

With Fortrade, you can buy and sell CFDs on 5-year, 10-year and 30-year securities. Unlike most tradable assets, US treasury securities – notes, and bonds issued by the world’s largest and strongest economy – provide an investment avenue for maximizing your revenues ahead.

Download our trading platform for free to enjoy a truly intuitive online trading experience, coupled with fast execution and excellent leverage on every trade – no matter how little or how much money you put down. Plus, once you open an account, you’ll get immediate access to accurate, real-time market information, including financial data, quotes, charts, trading signals, and much much more.

Why trade Bond CFDs with Fortrade?

To keep it simple, here is a quick list of the benefits you'll receive when you join our trading community:

  • True simplicity: we offer a cross-platform that is super-simple, intuitive and easy-to-use.
  • Leveraged trading: gain large exposure to diversified markets with a relatively small amount of invested capital.
  • Spread transparency: we provide timely, accurate, and transparent handling of all bid-ask spreads.
  • Safety: we guarantee full security and anonymity of your personal information and transaction data.
  • The 3 no's: there are no commissions, no hidden fees and no conflicts of interest.
  • Lots of freebees: a €10,000 practice account, trading indicators, signals, chart patterns and more.
  • Immediate order execution: we cut out any and all middle men and use industry-leading technologies to execute your trades in real-time.

To see a full list of our product offering, click here.

 
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 86.59% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.