Shares Trading

Unlock Thousands of Global Share CFDs: Experience Lightning-Fast Order Execution and Competitive Trading Conditions with ScoreCM. Dive into Shares of Top US, UK, and EU Companies, and Invest in Over 100 Stocks from Key Global Markets Including London, New York, and Hong Kong!

Price Action   Focus

Speculate on rising or decreasing prices of shares, regardless of ownership.

Leverage   Power

Amplify your potential returns with strategically applied leverage.

Hedging   Strategy

Manage risk and diversify your portfolio with CFDs alongside other assets.

Expert   Insights

Access valuable research, analysis, and trading tools to make informed decisions.

Market-leading Shares pricing

Standard spread pricing, no commissions

Dynamic Shares Prices and Spreads: Track Performance of Leading Global Companies
AUDUSD -2.34 -1.91 0.91
CADCHF -1.09 -5.03 0.91
CADJPY -3.00 -4.40 0.91
EURAUD -9.16 2.30 0.91
EURCAD -9.00 2.50 0.91
EURCHF -2.00 -4.00 0.91
EURGBP -3.90 -1.00 0.91
EURJPY -5.11 -2.01 0.91
EURTRY -1100.00 550.00 0.91
EURUSD -5.00 0.00 0.91

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Amplify Your Share Trading: Explore Shares CFDs

What are Shares CFDs?

Trade company shares without owning them. Learn about CFDs: What are Shares CFDs?

Why Trade Shares CFDs?

Go long or short, leverage opportunities, and potentially magnify your returns. Explore the benefits: Why Trade Shares CFDs?

How to Trade Shares CFDs?

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Shares CFDs FAQs

Share CFDs (Contracts for Difference) are derivatives that track the performance of a company's share price, allowing you to speculate on its price movements without physically owning the underlying shares.

  • Gain exposure to individual stocks: Trade the performance of a specific company without actually owning the shares.
  • Leverage (potential benefit and risk): Some brokers offer leverage, allowing you to control a larger position with a smaller investment, potentially magnifying both profits and losses.
  • Hedging: Use CFDs to hedge against potential losses in your underlying portfolio of shares.

Stop-loss orders can be valuable tools to manage risk in volatile markets like share CFDs.

  • Automatic exit:  These orders automatically close your position when the price reaches a pre-determined level, helping to limit potential losses if the market moves against you.
  • Types of stop-loss orders: Various types exist, including market orders (immediate execution at available price) and limit orders (execution only at a specific price or better).
  • Important consideration: Stop-loss orders do not guarantee a specific exit price, especially in highly volatile markets.

While both offer exposure to the stock market, they differ significantly in several key aspects.

  • Ownership: With stocks, you become the direct owner of the underlying company's shares, granting you voting rights and the potential to receive dividends if the company distributes profits. In contrast, CFDs are contracts speculating on price movements; you don't own the shares and have no voting rights or dividend eligibility.
  • Leverage: When buying stocks, you invest your own capital, and your potential losses are limited to your investment. However, CFDs may offer leverage, allowing you to control a larger position with a smaller investment. While this can amplify potential profits, it also magnifies potential losses, potentially exceeding your initial investment.
  • Fees and Costs Typically, stocks involve commission fees per trade and potential custodial fees for holding shares. CFDs generally avoid commission fees, but they incur costs like spreads (the difference between buy and sell prices), overnight financing fees if holding positions overnight, and broker fees depending on the specific platform.
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RISK PROBABILITY: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. These products may not be suitable for all investors. It is important to fully understand the risks involved and seek independent advice if necessary. You should carefully consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money. The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

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