By buying a company’s shares, you become the shareholder of the company. Thus, the share represents a share in the ownership of the company and, at the same time, the right to participate in the profit. By investing in shares you can profit from dividends or even get the right to vote on certain decisions. However, this also depends on the size of the share of the company.
Investing in stocks is becoming more and more popular. Share price is the result of demand and supply. There are several factors that affect you. You buy the shares on the quoted price. Traditionally, if the value of the stock grows, you too will earn money. If, on the contrary, value of share is falling, you are losing your money. Nowadays, however, it is also possible to speculate on the decline in share value.
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Take advantage of the many investment opportunities that financial markets bring to you every day. Our analytical team is here for you to make your trading easier and more convenient. Discover the world of investing with us and learn how to trade successfully. Open your demo account and try it out today.
Why trade stocks?
- The most attractive trading instrument
- The best-known US and European stocks
- Become the shareholder of the company
Please note: Profitlevel reserves the right to expand spread according to its discretion, reduce leverage, set the maximum limit of orders and the total client exposure. Profitlevel also reserves the right to increase margin in those situations when the market conditions requires so. Please read the Terms of Business.
*Trading complex products with higher leverage involves high level of risk and may lead to loss of all or some of your invested capital.
**Right after you open or close your trading position, spread will be deducted from your account, which is the difference between the current ask and bid price.
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|INSTRUMENT||LEVERAGE (UP TO)||TYPICAL SPREAD (STARTING FROM)*||COMMISSION* % OUT OF VOLUME||1 LOT||MIN. TRADE||TRADING HOURS (CET)|
|1:1||0.01||1%||1||1||9:00 am - 5:30 pm|
|1:1||0.01||1%||1||1||3:30 pm – 10:00 pm|
|1:1||0.01||1%||1||1||3:30 am – 6:00 am, 7:00 am – 10:00 am|