Equities

Why trade Equites?

Trading the equity market can be very rewarding if approached with discipline. With the increasing popularity of CFDs, more and more traders prefer trading shares through CFDs over traditional shares, considering advantages such as leverage and the ability to buy and/or sell, also referred to as long and short.

Equity CFD’s enable individuals to use the power of leverage to increase their purchasing power. This means you only need to deposit a small portion of the total trade value (the margin) to gain full exposure to the markets, potentially profiting in both rising and falling markets.

If you are a trader wanting to diversify your portfolio, trading equity CFDs can enable you to capture movements in price by taking short or long positions to profit on the asset’s price going down or up, respectively. If they go long, traders could be rewarded with dividend payments or incur dividend charges if they go short.

By trading equity CFDs individuals can potentially profit from the movement of a share without owning it directly, and thus reduce risk.

Our equity CFDs allow clients to invest in large companies around the world, such as TELSA, Microsoft and many more, ensuring that trading portfolios are diversified.

Equity CFD’s are easy to understand. What is more, Globex360 makes trading CFDs on equities even easier by offering clients access to our online Traders Academy, so you can trade shares with confidence.

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Risk Warning: Contracts for Difference (”CFDs”) are leveraged products and carry a high level risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you. Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments. These products may not be suitable for all clients, therefore, ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice. Globex360 is an authorized FSP under license no. 50130. Globex360 products and services are not intended for Belgium, US and Canada residents.