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Trade Share CFDs With Plus500

Plus500 trading platform allows you to trade shares from all popular markets such as USA, UK, Germany and more, with leverage and low spreads. Using our advanced trading tools, you can also control your profits and losses.

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Trade Popular Shares

Trade shares CFDs such as Meta, Apple, Microsoft and Alphabet. Take advantage of falling or rising markets by opening Sell or Buy positions. Discover our Sector Indices Check out our Cannabis Shares

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Trade Shares With Leverage

Flexible trading in share CFDs. Leverage of up to 1:20 leverage allows you to start trading with as little as $100 to gain the effect of $2,000 capital!

Control Your Profits and Losses

Predefine Stops and Limits on the Plus500 platform to limit your losses and lock in profits. To avoid slippage, try our Guaranteed Stop feature.

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  • Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the Bid/Ask spread.
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Why Plus500?

Understandable Platform

Competitive Spreads

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Plus500 News & Market Insights

Japanese Yen And Stocks Pressured By High Inflation
Pinchas Cohen
Oct 12 2021

Japanese Yen And Stocks Pressured By High Inflation

Japanese assets, including the nation’s currency and stocks, are seen to be pressured by exceptional inflation amid surging energy costs, which has the potential to leave a strong impact, considering the country is an energy importer.

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How to Trade Cannabis Stocks
Plus500
Sep 16 2021

How to Trade Cannabis Stocks

Cannabis stocks offer multiple ways of gaining exposure to this growing market. Learn the basics about trading this developing asset class.

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Dow Jones Edges Higher as U.S. Stocks Recover
Plus500
Jun 22 2021

Dow Jones Edges Higher as U.S. Stocks Recover

U.S. stocks recovered on Monday after concerns surrounding the Fed signaled possible interest rates rising sooner than anticipated due to economic recovery.

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