With a historical great performance, stocks are the foundation of the majority of trading portfolios. They are a good asset for both long-term and short-term investment strategies. Stocks are local and global, and you will have access in both categories through the Webtrader platform.

Stocks Trading

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Companies issue shares publicly, so the public can buy, sell or trade, as consequence the value of the company shares will raise. The first time a company comes public is called IPO(initial public offer). After an IPO, there are two cases when the company reissue shares in the market. Firstly, when the company decides to raise the number of shares, and secondly, when a shareholder resells its shares to other stakeholders. In the second scenario, the total number of shares does not change.

If too many people are selling the stock, the price will go lower and lower. More people buy the stock, the higher the price goes. In general, people buy and sell stocks on the procrastination if the price of the company will go up or down. If traders think that the price of the company stock will go higher, then buy the stock at the moment. Selling it later, with higher price, will bring them profits. When the company is doing well, the value of its shares will rise, and if the company is not doing well, its shareholders could lose part of their investment, because of the price dropping. Stocks price fluctuations are impacted by:

The marketplace

The marketplace defines the stocks prices. Seller supply and buyer demand will meet in the market, there is no guarantee that let traders know what the share price will be. The marketplace includes many factors which influence simultaneously the price of the shares.

The supply and demand

As per any other kind of asset, the demand and supply defines the price of the asset. How? When demand for the asset is higher than the supply, it means that more buyers are asking for the asset, the price increase. When less buyers are asking for the asset, its shares lose value and the price will decrease.

Interest Rates

If the interest rates are lower, demand for funds is higher and the demand for shares rises as consequence. On the other hand, high interest rates decrease the demand for funds and the demand for shares gets lower.

Long-term and short-term investors

Different traders take into consideration different factors. A short-term trader is focused on technical factors like inflation, trends and demographics. A long-term trader is focused on fundamentals like the earning rates of the company, the success of the company in recent years, financial events and news. In few words, technical and sentiment analysis are the weapons of short-term traders and news for the long run.

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Transparent trading conditions

Our trading conditions are transparent, written in the account types section, and legal regulations also. For any additional questions you will have a dedicated conversation with your personal account manager, who will be by your side during the time you are trading with us.

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Advanced Financial Tools

Available financial tools enable traders to have what they need to control, manage their account, fund, withdraw, define stop loss and take profits. Technical indicators which will give a full picture of the asset's historical prices.

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Risk Management Functions

You cannot avoid the risk, but you can manage it in order to minimise its effects. There are two automatic functions, stop loss and take profits which will close the positions when a certain level of price is met. You will limit the losses and maximise the profits.

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Free updated information

Economic calendar and the news are 24/7 available on the platform. Take advantage of any event or news which will influence the prices before and after it happens. Never underestimate the power even of the smallest events.