Online stock CFD trading

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Trading conditions for CFDs on Shares:

CFDs on shares listed on NYSE, NASDAQ, ASX, SSE and

other global stock exchanges

Adjustable order quantity, starting from 0.01,

applicable on all US shares,
exclusively on CAPEX WebTrader

More than 2.000 companies from over 20 major market sectors

Leverage 1:10 & zero commissions

CFDs on shares connect you not only to the company but also to the inclusive market sector it represents.


Depending on your interests and the way you gather and analyze information, there’s a multitude of options you can choose from. We currently offer you access to more than 2000 CFDs on shares from multiple stock exchanges, representing various economic sectors.


Browse our CFDs on shares and start trading!

How do CFDs on shares work?

When you start trading CFDs on shares, you actually trade the price movements of company shares without owning them. This is the way a CFD works: they are derivative instruments that allow you to trade on the price difference of an asset, in this case, a company share, between the opening and closing price of the contract.

You don’t own the asset itself; you sell or buy this financial instrument depending on whether you believe the price for the underlying asset will fall or rise.


Among other specifications, CFDs on shares are financial instruments that make use of trading leverage.


Leverage allows you to start trading CFDs on shares with a smaller investment than you’d actually need when owning shares - increasing how much you can trade but also increasing the potential risk of loss.

Integrated TipRanks* tools giving you information on CFDs on shares

Be part of the digital revolution and get access to fresh information about your favorite companies, at any hour, with the free tools from the platform:

Insiders' Hot Stocks

Find out what top Wall Street analysts say about your favorite stocks! Access statistics on transactions from over 36,000 corporate shareholders & track the general market sentiment.



*Share trading powered by TipRanks, a trusted provider of market research

What do you need to know when trading CFDs on shares?

  • You don’t own the shares; you just trade their price movement
  • CFDs on shares are traded with leverage
  • Leverage lets you trade with larger amounts than the funds you invested, increasing your exposure but also the potential risk of loss
  • You can place trades whether the price rises or falls
  • There are CFDs on over 2.000 company shares to choose from

What are the factors that impact share prices?

Political Events

Earnings reports & company news

Banking interest rate decisions & economic events

Natural phenomena

Product & technology development

Taxation changes

Corporate actions 

Legislation changes

Competitor releases

With various resources, the education academy, and top trading conditions at hand, all you need to

do is choose the CFDs on shares you prefer, analyze them and start trading!


Keep in touch with the global brands and improve your strategies with the educational resources

we provide for you on your smartphone or computer.


Fractional shares
No stock is too expensive

Fractional shares are slices of a full share. You can divide each one into several units and then choose the amount you intend to buy or sell.

Since each piece from a highly-valued company can be costly, you can trade a portion of its stock via fractional shares. This way, you build a more balanced portfolio based on how much you plan to invest!

Trading conditions for CFDs on Shares

Over 20 major markets
Over 2 000 companies to choose from
Leverage 1:10
Tight spreads and zero commissions**

*Please note that, operated by KW Investments Ltd, is not liable for any fees or hidden costs charged by your bank or online payment provider.
**For any withdrawable amount lower than 100USD/EUR/GBP or any other currency equivalent, charges/fees will be covered by the client.  (Beneficiary will pay the costs – BEN).

Trading Times


Keep in mind that trading hours may vary based on the specifics of every instrument.
For more details, check our dedicated Trading Conditions.