Some big-name companies announced stock splits and today is an important day for investors.
Apple (APPL) shares split four for one on Friday close. This means it will start trading today at 25% of its closing price of $499.23 on Friday. This is the fifth time its split in 33 years. If Apple never did these share splits, 1 share would be changing hands at almost $29,000, from an IPO price of $2... ››› more
On 31 August 2020 Apple's share price will drop around 75% from what it was.
That means its share price will go from the current $437.50 to around $109 a share.
I don't need a crystal ball to predict this.
You see, Apple announced it is doing a 4-to-1 stock split.
And its not the only company doing this. Tesla announced a 5-to-1 stock split that'll happen on August 21.
So, what do... ››› more
If you want to invest in shares for the short-term, have you considered trading contracts for difference (CFDs) instead?
Yes, CFDs come with higher risks as you're trading a geared instrument. But by opting to trade CFDs instead of buying shares, there are several benefits.
Read on to find out more…
CFDs versus shares
Here are three reasons why you should opt to trade CFDs instead... ››› more
When you trade CFDs, you benefit from a number of advantages. And you can also benefit from what happens to the share itself and that's not just a movement in the share price. You can gain from dividend payments amongst a whole host of other things. Let's take a closer look at these additional benefits when you trade CFDs…
Trading contracts for difference (CFDs) have a number of benefits, the ... ››› more
When you spread trade, not only can you trade stock market indices, but you can trade on the movement of share prices. If you trade this way, you can multiply the gains (or losses) in the movement of a share's price. Let's take a closer look at spread trading individual shares…
Spread trading individual shares gives you with an alternative way of trading stocks, Cris Sholto Heaton explains in ... ››› more
By trading CFDs you can take advantage of all the benefits they offer. Such as magnified returns and low trading costs. Read on to discover the benefits of trading CFDs…
A contract for difference (CFD) is an over the counter (OTC) derivative since you don’t trade it through an exchange (like shares), but through a bank or company who provide CFD trading.
When you trade a CFD, you agree to... ››› more
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