SHARES - OVERVIEW

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Key advantages of trading shares

Create a custom Shares portfolio

Create and manage your own portfolio

of companies

Enhance your trading potential

Equity CFDs allow you to speculate on

both rising and falling markets

Low commissions

Benefit from low commissions

Increase your trading opportunities

Tap into the opportunity of a market or sector

Shares market information

Market prices quotes shows top 5 gaining, losing and active shares for the day. Hotlists are updated

real-time based on current market activity, so they always show the most relevant ones.

✓ Trade international companies shares including Barclays, Amazon, Tesla, and Apple.

 

✓ Access the most popular company shares

 

✓ Trade on spreads

 

✓ Go long or short on top companies from around the world

Indicates for prices of shares

A share price is essentially a representation of a company’s earnings as well as the dividends paid to the shareholders.

A large number of variables are interacting, with the net effect forming the prices of shares worldwide. Let’s take a closer

look at the major influencers and how they affect different industries:

Exchange rates

Currencies fluctuate in value against each other

24 hours a day.

New legislation

Let’s take tax policy for example. Should a

country change its laws on corporate tax, this

will have a direct effect on the profitability of

the companies based in the territory.

Oil prices

Companies who are dependent on oil for the

conduction of their business, such as airlines,

are the first to be influenced by significant or

unexpected changes in the price of oil.

Interest rates

Interest rates are determined by the central

banks and reflect the cost of capital. A cut in

interest rates, for example, can give stock

markets a significant boost.

Rumors

An event, such as an interest rate cut, might not even take place, but the stock markets can move

significantly just because of the expectation. Should the event not materialize, the markets return to their

usual trading levels. That’s exactly where the saying ‘buy the rumor, sell the fact” stems from.

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. All investments carry risk and all investment decisions of an

individual remain the responsibility of that individual. There is no guarantee that systems, indicators, or signals will result in

profits or that they will not result in losses. All investors are advised to fully understand all risks associated with any kind of

investing they choose to do. Hypothetical or simulated performance is not indicative of future results.

 

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