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Stocks trading are one of the most popular and exciting trading assets. Stock prices fluctuate continuously in response to a convergence of factors from business deals and macroeconomics, to shifts in technical progress and world events. There are many things that one must know if you are to trade in the stock markets. There are the basics of stock trading, knowing what securities to tap into, learning the process of different kinds of trades, being aware of the market out there, and many others. At Goldsteininvest we have the subject experts, tools in place and news to report so that you can make informed decisions to trade Stock CFDs on global markets.

We understand the importance of providing excellent trading conditions to enable all traders to benefit from this world market. With our low spreads, no commissions and the use of leverage to maximize prospective profit with minimal capital, you too can join this exciting trading community.

Stocks to trade on our platform:

Dow Jones 30

The most important index worldwide, Dow Jones, covers more than 130,000 stocks in 165 countries. Dow Jones 30, on the other hand, is a specialized index, comprising 30 leading blue-chip firms in the industry, and is also known as the Industrial Average Index or Blue-Chip Index. Dow Jones 30, traded at New York Stock Exchange, the largest exchange of the world, is created to measure the performance of leading US corporations.

S&P 500

Covering 75% of the US Stock Market, comprise the shares of 500 US companies with the highest net worth. 93% of the stocks comprising the S&P index are traded at New York Stock Exchange.

FTSE 100

Covering securities and various alternative assets from more than 80 countries, as well as the stocks of 100 large British corporations, FTSE 100 Index is considered as the fundamental indicator in the United Kingdom.

DAX 30

The German Securities Index, DAX 30 is created to measure the performance of Germany’s largest 30 corporations, of which shares are traded at Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is monitored over an electronic operating system called XETRA.