December is the month of summing up the results of the year. But before doing so, NordFX decides to give its clients a New Year's surprise gift by expanding the range of trading instruments and introducing a new Stocks account designed for CFD trading with the shares of the world's largest companies.
At the moment, stocks of 68 companies, including IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Coca-Cola, Mastercard, McDonalds, Microsoft, Volkswagen, UBER, eBay, Alibaba, Deutsche Bank and many others, are offered for trading to traders and investors.
Trading is conducted on the well-known MetaTrader-4 platform. You can open both short and long positions on CFD contracts with a leverage of 1:5. The total commission for a round-turn transaction is only 0.2%. It should be borne in mind that a long position held at dividend date receives the dividend amount, while a short position pays the dividend amount.
A clear advantage of the new account is the absence of a minimum deposit, which opens up access to stocks transactions even to traders with limited financial capabilities. The minimum transaction volume is 1 lot, that is 1 stock. And, for example, if the current share price of Amazon.com, Inc is $1,770, which is a fairly large amount, the price of the Hewlett Packard share is $16, and the Ford Motor Company is even less, only $9. So, having just $100, a trader can apply a variety of trading strategies and make up various "investment portfolios".
You can learn more about the trading instruments specifications, as well as open a Stocks account, at the NordFX or through the Trader's Cabinet.
Notice: These materials should not be deemed a recommendation for investment or guidance for working on financial markets: they are for informative purposes only. Trading in financial markets is risky and can result in a complete loss of deposited funds.