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Take a view on companies & ETFs listed on stock exchanges around the globe. Trade equities from major players in the GCC region, as well as the most popular names around the world, including Netflix, Amazon, and Tesla. With ADSS, you can trade equities & ETFs with no hidden fees and leverage up to 20:1 via CFDs. Our platform is intuitive and customisable, so you can focus on executing your investment strategies and monitoring your trades.

 

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Our markets and pricing:

Instrument Trading Hours GMT Tick Size Tick Value Max Leverage
UK shares 07:01 – 15:30 1 point 1 GBP 10:1
US shares & ETFs 13:30 – 20:00* 0.01 point 1 USD 20:1
German shares 07:02 – 15:30 0.01 point 1 EUR 10:1
Saudi shares 07:00 – 12:00 1 point 1 SAR 4:1
Other euro shares 07:02 – 15:30 0.01 point 1 EUR 10:1

* Some US shares are available 12:30 – 20:00

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Covering stock exchanges & ETFs in Europe, the USA, Asia, and the Middle East, you can find opportunities in a wide range of financial instruments. Open an equity trading account with us to speculate on price movements in global stock & ETF markets. Access intuitive charting tools with leverage up to 20:1. Execute trades with deep liquidity and superior trading conditions.

 

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FAQs

How does equity trading work?

Equity trading is the buying and selling of shares of publicly listed companies (or their derivatives) in the equity market. Traders can participate in equity trading in a few ways. By buying and selling stocks and funds directly on stock exchanges, or by speculating on the volatility of stocks through derivative trading via options and CFDs. The goal of equity trading is to profit from stock price fluctuations. A typical investment strategy is buying shares at a lower price and selling them at a higher price.

What is the difference between stock trading and equity trading?

Stock trading and equity trading are often used interchangeably, as they both refer to the buying and selling of shares of companies in the same financial market. However, stock trading refers only to the exchange of shares. On the other hand, equity trading can involve the exchange of not only shares but other instruments that represent ownership in a company, such as exchange-traded funds or equity derivatives such as stock CFDs. Therefore, equity trading is a broader term than stock trading.

How much money do I need to start equity trading?

The amount of money you will need to start equity trading depends on the broker and the type of account you open. At ADSS, we offer three live account types: Classic, Elite, and Elite+. You can open a Classic account with a minimum deposit of $100, an Elite account with a minimum deposit of $100,000, and an Elite+ account with a minimum deposit of $250,000. Each account tier comes with its own benefits, such as leveraged trading and dedicated customer support. To learn more, you can check out our account tiers.

When does the stock market open and close?

Stock market hours depend on the stock exchange that traders participate in. Each exchange follows regular business hours in local time. For example, the New York Stock Exchange in the US is open from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. Different stock exchanges will have their own trading hours. You must check the trading hours of the specific instruments when trading equities.

How can I trade equities with CFDs?

Contracts for Differences (CFDs) allow traders to speculate on the price movements of equities without having to own the underlying shares. When trading equities with CFDs, you enter a contract for difference on a stock based on your predictions of its price movements in the stock market. If you believe the price of a stock will increase, you will buy a contract going long. Conversely, if you believe the price of a stock will decrease, you will buy a contract going short. To learn more, you can read our guide on CFD trading.

What moves the prices of equities?

Several factors influence the prices of equities. These include company-specific factors such as financial performance and management changes. Broader market factors like general economic health, geopolitical events, and market sentiment can also impact equity trading prices, as the latter can impact investor demand for certain stocks. Additionally, sector-specific factors can impact price movements in the stock market. Regardless of the equity market you have your eye on, ensure you do thorough research on market conditions and outlook to make informed trading decisions.

What are some popular equities to trade?

Some popular instruments in equity trading are blue-chip stocks, which are prominent shares issued by established companies. Examples include Mastercard, Berkshire Hathaway, and Apple. These stocks have high market liquidity and investor demand, and they are generally stable in terms of capital growth, generating low market value risk.

How can I start equity trading with ADSS?

To start equity trading at ADSS, you can create a live account. Once you have verified your account and met the deposit requirements, you can start trading on our platform. Traders should understand that trading equities carries a level of risk and the stock market can be volatile. *Gains* are not guaranteed.

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Investing in CFDs involves a high degree of risk that you will lose your money due to the use of leverage, particularly in fast moving markets, where a relatively small movement in the price can lead to a proportionately larger movement in the value of your investment. This can result in loses that exceed the funds in your account. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and you should seek independent advice if necessary.

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