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Oracle Corporation is an American technology company that delivers a range of high-end cloud apps, platform solutions and engineered systems. Its main specialisation area lies in developing database software and technology, enterprise software products and cloud engineered systems. For example, Oracle’s complete cloud application suite enables businesses of all sizes to connect their companywide operations anytime, anywhere and from any device.
Oracle Corporation’s roots go back to 1977, when Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates formed a company called Software Development Laboratories. After a few name changes, the business became known as Oracle Corporation in 1995. Oracle Corporation is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. The company operates across 145 countries and has over 138,000 employees, including 40,000 developers and engineers, 16,000 support and services specialists, and 19,000 implementation consultants.
How can you trade Oracle stock?
You can buy Oracle shares live on NASDAQ where they are listed, or you can trade them through derivatives solutions, such as CFDs. Buying shares on exchanges is a long-term investment since you stand to gain only if prices go up.
At CAPEX.com, you can follow the Oracle chart to trade on the price movements of this popular stock through CFDs. If you think that the stock value will go up, you can open a long position (BUY). If you think prices will decrease, you can open a short position (SELL).
At CAPEX.com you can trade Oracle stock from Monday to Friday between 13:31-19:59. If you cannot trade at those hours, you can always pick another instrument, as we have more than 2000 options available.