CFD Shares

Get the most of today’s market action and access the world’s biggest companies’ shares without having to purchase them.

Why trade CFD shares with Opoforex?

Opoforex offers a variety of trading tools, daily market updates, and trading platforms that will help you fulfill your potential as a trader and makes Opoforex the best platform for you to trade your CFD shares.
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Greater leverage

Compared to conventional trading, CFDs offer greater leverage. Lower margin thresholds mean that traders have higher potential earnings and less capital outlays.

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No borrowing stock or shorting rules

With little or no borrowing costs, you can use short CFD instruments at any time. It is because you do not own the underlying asset as a trader.

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Few or no tariffs

CFD markets have been designed such that through the spread sum charged by the traders, brokers earn revenue.

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No day trading
conditions

Restrictions such as minimum capital sum for day trading or limitations on the number of day trades are not bound to the CFD market.

What are CFD shares?

Contracts for Differences (CFDs for short) are a popular trading tool made known by millions of investors around the world. CFD is a contract between two parties intended to exchange the difference in the initial value of the asset between the date the contract is signed up to its expiry date. It is a much faster and easier way to trade, which allows you to take advantage of all the benefits, as well as the risks of trading, without having to own the asset.
Another advantage of trading CFDs is the ability to take advantage, not only of the value of the asset in growth but also of events where the value falls sharply, thanks to the volatile nature of this investment. You can trade CFDs on stocks. Indices, Forex, commodities, and even cryptocurrencies.
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Spreads in shares with CFD Shares

Get an overview of ultra-tight spreads in the CFD Shares market.
SYMBOL FULL NAME CONTRACT SIZE TICK SIZE CURRENCY MARGIN (%) SWAP LONG (POINTS) SWAP SHORT (POINTS)
AAL
American Airlines Group
100
0.01
USD
20
-2
-2
AAPL
Apple
100
0.01
USD
35
-2
-8
AMZN
Amazon
100
0.01
100
20
-11
-64
BA
Boeing Company
100
0.01
USD
20
-1
-2
FB
Facebook
100
0.01
USD
20
-2
-8
FDX
FedEx Corporation
100
0.01
USD
20
-2
-10
JNJ
Johnson & Johnson
100
0.01
USD
20
-1
-6
JPM
JPMorgan Chase & Co
100
0.01
USD
20
-1
-5
KO
Coca-Cola Company
100
0.01
USD
20
-1
-2

Why You Should Invest in CFD shares?

Diversify your investment portflio by trading CFDs on than just Forex.

Higher leverage

CFDs offer higher leverage than traditional trading. Lower margin requirements mean that there are greater potential returns

No borrowing stock

You can short CFD instruments any time without any borrowing costs. This is because you, as a trader, don’t own the underlying asset.

No day trading requirements

The CFD market is not bound by restrictions like minimum capital amount for day trading or limits on the number of day trades.

Little to no fees

CFD markets have been structured in a way that brokers earn revenue through the spread amount paid by the traders.

FAQs

If you think that the price of an asset will rise, you ‘go long’ and open a buy position. If you believe that the price will fall, you ‘go short’ and open a sell position. Let’s say that you buy a CFD thinking that the market will rise. If the market rises, your profit will increase and if it declines, your losses will.
The leverage is flexible, but it may vary according to the CFDs.
The expiry date can be every quarter or month, depending on the instrument you are trading.