Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The vast majority of retail client accounts lose money when trading in CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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Shares Trading

CFD-Retail Client Accounts Generally Lose Money

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Share & Stock Trading

Trade major corporation stock prices on the world’s leading exchanges. Contracts for Difference (CFDs) are traded on margin and enable traders to multiply their exposure.

CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

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*CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

What are Shares?

Trade in the stock market and invest in the shares of some of the largest companies in the world such as Apple, Google and Tesla. With CFDs, you trade on the instrument’s price movement without needing to actually own a Share.

  • Instant access to world’s largest and well-known companies
  • Cost-effective and direct access to popular shares
  • Can open short or long positions according to market moves
  • Diversify investment portfolio
  • Exceptional conditions

How does Shares Trading work?

Trading CFD Shares, you basically speculate on the movement of the price. This means that you can jump in movements in price by taking short or long positions to profit on the asset’s price going down or up, respectively. If you speculate that the price of the share will rise, you will buy. If you believe that the price will fall, then you will sell. 

4 Basic Principles to trade Shares

Step 1

Choose the share you want to get exposure

Step 1

Step 2

Do your research on the potential direction

Step 2

Step 3

Define your risk parameters like SL and TP

Step 3

Step 4

Place your trade

Step 4

Large number of shares and fast order execution

CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

CFDs on Shares

CFDs on Shares