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Shares

The trading of shares as Contract for Difference (CFDs) is one of the best ways how to profit on market movements of underlying shares. You can trade CFDs shares of major companies such as Amazon, Google, Apple, Volkswagen and many more companies in US, Europe and Asia.

CFD offers the opportunity for traders to open long or short positions, since they do not physically own the shares and the subject of the trade is the change in price of the underlying asset.

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Frequently asked questions

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What are Shares CFDs?

Shares as CFDs allows investors to participate in change of price of underlying assets without the ownership of the securities themselves. Trading CFD on shares allows traders to place both long and short positions to benefit from a price rise or fall respectively. Securities reflect corporate actions, so traders are entitled to dividend payments when going long and incur dividend charges when going short.

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How to trade Shares CFDs?

Trading Shares CFDs with Golden Brokers is very easy. After you have successfully opened account and your uploaded documents have been approved you can start trading. Next step is downloading the trading platform on your device and signing in with your credentials. Now all you have to do is to choose a company Shares CFDs you want to trade. 

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Advantages of trading Shares CFDs?

Shares CFDs can be traded long or short and you are not required to deliver the underlying shares in the event of the short sale. CFDs are traded on leverage, which allows you to trade with only a fraction of the capital that would require to buy real shares. Leverage might result in added gains should the market move in your favour. But there is also a risk of increased losses if the position moves against you. 

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What affect the share prices?

Shares of individual companies are affected by a variety of factors such as: company news, dividend yield, earnings, demand for their products, economy, political climate and many more. Expected or unexpected company news can have strong impact on share price with both positive and negative effect. If a company is considering halting dividend payments, announces weak earnings, demand for their products is weakening all these factors can have negative impact on price of their shares. On the other hand, raising dividend yield, strong earnings, booming economy should push their shares prices up.

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Is Golden Brokers paying dividends on CFD shares?

Yes, if you own CFD shares on the ex-dividend date, Golden Brokers will credit tax-adjusted dividend amount to your account. Please note, that you must own the shares on market opening of the ex-dividend date. If you purchase shares on the ex-dividend date, dividend will not be credited to your account.

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License and Regulation: Golden Brokers Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (“VFSC”) with company number 40546. As such, Golden Brokers Ltd. is authorised to carry out business of dealing in securities under the Financial Dealers Licensing Act [CAP 70].

Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Please read the full Risk Disclosure.