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Share trading overview
The stock market is extremely volatile, presenting both risks and opportunities to alert traders. For years, share trading was only done by banks and major investors, but today, many people all over the world are trading shares from home, through their PC or mobile devices. They conduct research and use information they find on financial sites and even on the news to make more informed trading decisions.
Trading shares in the form of CFDs
By trading shares online in the form of CFDs, you have the opportunity to trade the price of various shares without actually owning them. At Vestle, you can trade share CFDs of many major brands such as Apple, Google, BMW, Walt Disney and numerous others. Our share CFDs cover different markets regions and industries, allowing for portfolio diversification and better risk management.
Short trading vs. long trading
Online traders can take advantage of every change in the price of a specific share, up or down. They can choose to ‘Buy’ (long) or ‘Sell’ (short), trading in any direction, regardless of whether the share is losing or gaining value.
Opening a share CFD deal with Vestle
The Vestle trading platform and mobile app enable you to trade via PC, smartphone or tablet. Want to open a deal on share CFDs? simply…
- Choose a share CFD
- Set your deal size
- Choose direction (Buy or Sell)
- Open your deal
Our platforms offer all the trading tools you need to manage and monitor multiple deals and we offer many information resources including an Economic Calendar, live rates and various market indicators for your convenience.
Factors that could affect share price include:
- Earnings reports
- Geopolitical events
- Interest rate decision
- Natural disasters
- Technological changes
- Changes in taxation
Leveraged share trading
When you trade share CFDs with Vestle, you can use leverage, a popular trading tool that enhances your trading power, as well as risk.
Here’s a quick example:
With a €500 investment, you can open a deal worth up to €2,500 using leverage of 5:1.
As you can see, leverage allows you to open large deals with a relatively small investment, but since it’s also risky, it needs to be used with sufficient training and knowledge.