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Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk.

Trading price movements of shares from huge brands like Apple and Alibaba is a great way to diversify your portfolio, and offers you access to popular company stocks without having to purchase them outright.

Whatever your investment goals are, make the most of today’s market action and start trading stock CFDs with FXTM.

Why trade stock CFDs?

Use leverage to your advantage

Spreads and commissions to your advantage

Trade stock CFDs on the Advantage MT5 account where spreads are as low as 0.1, and you’re charged a fixed commission of $4 per lot – one of the best rates in the business.

Benefit from falling prices

Use leverage to your advantage

Unlike direct stock trading, with CFDs you can use leverage to increase your potential for profits (while understanding that bigger losses are possible too).

Transparency and safety

Benefit from falling prices

Unlike stock trading, you can go short on stock CFDs and take advantage of falling stock prices, not just rising ones.

Trade with as little as $100

Ultimate transparency

FXTM’s Performance statistics, including Requote, Slippage and Order Execution, are checked by PwC.

CFD stock trading

Trading CFDs from the stock markets gives you the opportunity to trade price movements of shares from some of the largest and well-known companies in the world.

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How does CFD stock trading work?

A Contract for Difference (CFD) is an agreement between the buyer and the seller. It means that the seller will pay the buyer the difference between the stock’s current price and its price at the point the contract specifies. By trading CFDs on stocks, investors are speculating whether the value of the stock will rise or fall.

One of the main benefits of CFD trading is that you’re trading on the expectation of a price movement, so you don’t have to actually buy the underlying asset. Because you can take a short position (expecting the price to decrease) as well as a long one (expecting the price to increase), you can still make a profit when the share falls in value — not just when it rises.

This gives stock CFD traders greater flexibility and more opportunities to earn from market movements. By the same token, you should be aware of the potential for losses when going long or short on a stock’s price.

Trading platform for stock CFDs

Combine the power of MetaTrader with FXTM’s award-winning services for an unbeatable trading experience.

We offer the industry’s leading trading platform, MetaTrader 5, on your PC, Mac, mobile or tablet to suit you.

This intuitive platform is equipped with all the tools you need to maximize your trading potential, including technical indicators, interactive charts and a powerful security system.

Stock CFD trading is available on our most popular account type, Advantage, as well as the Advantage Plus account.

Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk.

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Leverage

Leverage enables you to increase your buying power. Traders should keep in mind that that leverage can boost your losses as well as your profits.

Spreads

Enjoy competitive spreads starting from just 0.1 on our Advantage trading account.

Visit our Trading Accounts Comparison page today to discover the trading account that best suits your investment goals.

Trading Hours

Trading hours differ. US stocks trading hours are 16:30 - 23:00 server time.

HK shares trading hours are 04:30 – 11:00 server time (with a 07:00 – 08:00 recess).

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