• Option2Trade trade feature 60+ most popular Stocks

    60+ most popular Stocks

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    Trade multiple stocks daily

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What are Stocks?

Companies raise capital through stock investments to run their operations. Stocks are sold to investors as a fractional share of ownership, making them part owners of the company. Equities are stocks that are owned, and equity is a term that describes ownership. A company can also raise capital by issuing bonds, although you will only become a creditor, not a shareholder.

Stocks give you an ownership stake in a company, but stock ownership does not give you a say in how the company operates. Stock ownership entails trusting the leaders of a company to run it as they see fit.

Why trade Stocks with Option2Trade?

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    How to trade Stocks with Option2Trade?

    Trading CFDs allows you to speculate on the price movements of a financial instrument without owning the underlying asset. You will make money if the market price of the asset moves in the same direction as your CFD trade.

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    • When trading CFDs, there are two prices to watch: the “Buy” price and the “Sell” price. Your decision will be based on whether you think the price will rise or fall.
    • Option2Trade Long position

      Long position

      When a trader places a BUY order, they are taking a long position. In this case, the trader expects that the asset value will rise over time. The trader will buy at a low price and sell at a higher price.

    • Option2Trade Short position

      Short position

      A short position happens when the trader believes the asset will decrease in value and selects a SELL position.

    Stocks Trading Hours

    Trade Stocks 24/5 days a week excluding public holidays and weekends

    Exchange name
    Total Hours
    New York Stock Exchange
    6.5 h
    London Stock Exchange
    8.5 h
    Tokyo Stock Exchange
    6 h
    Australian Securities Exchange
    4 h

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