Direct market access (DMA) is an advanced method of viewing and trading share CFDs.
The benefits of DMA
With regular over-the-counter (OTC, or level one) CFD trading you see a single market price – the current bid/offer spread derived from the underlying
DMA (also known as level two, or L2) trading, however, lets you view significantly extended pricing data from a number of international exchanges. You can gauge the market’s liquidity and place orders at any level, potentially mitigating any market spread.
You can also place orders during pre- and post-trading auctions, to take advantage of the substantial liquidity and potential for further price savings available during these popular trading periods.
To see how DMA trading works in practice, visit our DMA examples page.
Cutting-edge DMA platforms
Our technology is designed so you can benefit fully from the transparency and flexibility of DMA trading.
CFDs are leveraged products. CFD trading may not be suitable for everyone and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved.